Weekly Yoga Class Levels

In Orla’s Yoga class you will learn and practice safe but challenging Yoga postures. The asana selected for these classes are from a variety of Yoga disciplines such as Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha and Bikram. Specific poses have been selected to improve movement efficiency and sporting performance by correcting movement imbalances.

Wondering what class will suit you?

Beginners Yoga Level I 60mins Mon 11am Clonmel

  • No Yoga experience
  • You are active and exercise 2/3 times per week.
  • You want to learn how safely improve your strength and flexibility from a a Chartered Physiotherapist in a class setting.
  • You want to try something new.
  • You’re happy to be encouraged out of your comfort zone.

Beginners – Intermediate Sports Yoga Level I-II Mon 5.45pm and Thurs 6.45pm Clonmel

  • At least 1 years experience with Hatha Yoga.
  • You exercise/train 2/3 times per week.
  • You want to learn how safely improve your strength and flexibility from a a Chartered Physiotherapist in a class setting.

Sports Yoga Level II Mon 9.30am, Thurs 12.45 pm, Thurs 6pm Clonmel

  • At least 1 years experience with Hatha or Vinyasa Yoga, familiar with the basics eg Downward Facing Dog, Child’s Pose, Warrior Poses.
  • You train at your sport 3/4  times per week.
  • You want to add to your strength and conditioning by learning how to  stretch and strengthen your body for your sport.

Sports Yoga Level III Mon 7pm Clonmel

  • The most challenging of my classes.
  • At least 2 years experience with Hatha or Vinyasa Yoga, familiar with the basics eg Downward Facing Dog, Child’s Pose, Warrior Poses.
  • You train at your sport 3/4  times per week.
  • You want to add to your strength and conditioning by learning how to  stretch and strengthen your body for your sport.
  • You want an edge, and to take your performance to the next level.

Cornerstones of Performance Yoga Sports Classes are:

  • Improve Mobility e.g. moving every individual joint free from restriction
  • Improve Stability e.g moving your leg while keeping your back and pelvis stable with your core, needed when, running, cycling, landing from a jump.
  • Improve Motor Patterning e.g. moving both muscles and joints in the most efficient and powerful way.
  • Develop Breathing control techniques to help activate and recruit core muscles, protecting the spine and also promoting control and focus.

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