An 8 week Soma Yoga course
to cultivate ease, grace and nurturing
mindful, fluid movement.
" Aisling is such a gifted teacher and compassionate holder of sacred space for really diving into the body's wisdom and listening to its deep desires. I highly recommend checking out her work if you want a Yoga class that responds to your body's needs rather than trying to fit into a pre-determinded mould".
FREE TRIAL SESSIONS:
Monday 7th and Thursday 10th Jan.
8 week course begins Monday 4th February.
Nb! Mondays class has only 2 places remaining,
contact Aisling on 085 155 2233 to save your place.
Investment: 120 euros per 8 week course.
ABOUT SOMA YOGA
Often described by students as "coming home to their bodies",
Soma Yoga invites us to slow down, so that we may attune to the body's innate intelligence.
Movement is organic, and comes from a place of deep listening, rather than being imposed from the mind.
We learn how to sense, feel, and move from within, rather than trying to box ourselves into " the perfect posture".
By attuning to nature's intelligence, students can learn essential self care skills, and are encouraged to
view their bodies as a sacred guides in our lives.
A spirit of warm- hearted curiosity, playfulness, and present moment inquiry infuses each class.
"I always leave feeling more grounded and embodied, while also lighter and more joyful. "
MONDAYS: 11-12.30 pm: Granary centre, Dominick St, Galway.
Monday 4th Feb- 1st April.
( mid-term break on Monday 18th March)
THURSDAYS: 7-8.30 Pm: Brigit's Gardens, Roscahill.
Thursday th Feb til 28th March.
" I love the classes. Aisling creates such a lovely and welcoming space"
" I learned more body awareness, and that small movements can have a big effect on my well-being".
" A deep Yoga class, that I found gave me the space to engage with my body. A lot of release came from small movements".
" Thank you for a wonderful, nurturing experience!"
How is Soma Yoga different?
In contrast to today's hectic pace of life, Soma Yoga invites a slowing down and deep self-care.
Some key elements are:
Co-creative: . Aisling loves to co-create with her students, so classes often begin with a check-in and sharing. Students have the opportunity to say what they need from a class, which Aisling then weaves in throughout the session.
Organic: At the start of each class, we work with organic, intuitive movement. This is slow, self expressive movement done from lying down, often people's favourite part of class as you follow exactly what your body needs in the moment.
Body-psyche-soul: in class, Aisling will also invite a soulful inquiry into life, for example, what does it mean to be "grounded", how might we cultivate loving presence, how can our movement practice become relevant in our lives.