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New mats delivered today!

New mats delivered today! Fantastic quality, I use them to teach. 4.5mm thick..nice for knees! On sale from Monday for €18. Current stock almost sold out already. Place your order with Orla from Performance...

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Office Yoga

Office Yoga. Top 5 Performance Yoga Ireland Moves. Let’s face it, we’re a laptop and tablet generation! I’m using a laptop to write this piece and know my ‘posture’ isn’t great – but I...

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How to avoid wrist pain in Yoga

We are at risk of loading a lot of pressure into the heel of our hands during pose like Downward Facing Dog and Plank if done incorrectly. This simple diagram can help you protect...

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Improving running form for your body and requirements.

Improving running form can be a confusing process. It is a challenge to identify what specific improvements you should be making since running movements occur in fractions of a second, however Chartered Physiotherapists specifically...

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Jumping Tips from Frans Bosch

Following a recent professional development day with Frans Bosch, Welsh Rugby Sprinting Coach amount other athletics acclaims, I learned 4 ways to encourage a bouncier jumps athlete: An erect posture (max 20 degree of...

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Yoga and Exam Stress

Great Article on Stress Relief leading up to exams and Yoga. It has become more common than ever to have Yoga as part of PE in schools. I have been lucky to provide Yoga...

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Speed Science. Putting Research in Practice. Top 3 exercises

Speed, everyone wants it. How do you get faster? Firstly, everyone’s limitations are different, for some it’s flexibility, for others strength and for many it’s muscle activation patterns. Muscles have an order in which...

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Sports Yoga for Cyclists

While working with cyclists attending the Sports Surgery Clinic for physiotherapy: purists, adventure racers, triathletes, and spinners, I gained a valuable insight into the key trouble spots affecting performance. Cycling most of the circumference...

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Tag Rugby, How Sports Yoga can help.

Despite being a non-contact sport TAG Rugby, is not without injury risk for the players. Sprinting and quick change of movement components of the sport bring with it injury risks for twisted ankles, knees...