Máirín O'Grady   Yoga Teacher, Writer, and Studio Owner of Yoga Kitchen. Raised in the long grass and the green fields of Kildare she uses the practice of Yoga to nourish the roots that connect us all.  Trained in Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Womb Yoga and Yin, she teaches a dynamic and holistic practice that connects you to your breath, body and heart.

Máirín O'Grady

Yoga Teacher, Writer, and Studio Owner of Yoga Kitchen. Raised in the long grass and the green fields of Kildare she uses the practice of Yoga to nourish the roots that connect us all.

Trained in Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Womb Yoga and Yin, she teaches a dynamic and holistic practice that connects you to your breath, body and heart.

  Aideen Macken    Yoga, Pilates and Post-Natal Pilates Teacher. Raised in Cork and teaching in Dublin since 2007. Aideen loves the precision of pilates and the expansiveness of yoga.  Trained in Pilates Mat levels I, II, III and Pilates Small Equipment, Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Swedish Massage and Reflexology. She teaches with a down to earth approach, building strength and  balance through pilates, while diving deeper with yoga, connecting the body and mind to the breath. Each practice enriching the other.

Aideen Macken 

Yoga, Pilates and Post-Natal Pilates Teacher. Raised in Cork and teaching in Dublin since 2007. Aideen loves the precision of pilates and the expansiveness of yoga.

Trained in Pilates Mat levels I, II, III and Pilates Small Equipment, Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Swedish Massage and Reflexology. She teaches with a down to earth approach, building strength and  balance through pilates, while diving deeper with yoga, connecting the body and mind to the breath. Each practice enriching the other.

  Yaeli Margalit   Israeli born, Irish bred and a well travelled vagabond, teacher of yoga and dance, remedial massage therapist and a student at The Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine - Yaeli is a mishmash of things serious and playful.  Yaeli takes an intuitive approach to teaching yoga, exploring the body’s most efficient, soft and powerful ways of moving in space. Honouring the fact that anybody can do yoga, but no body is designed to do yoga like any other body.

Yaeli Margalit

Israeli born, Irish bred and a well travelled vagabond, teacher of yoga and dance, remedial massage therapist and a student at The Irish College of Osteopathic Medicine - Yaeli is a mishmash of things serious and playful.

Yaeli takes an intuitive approach to teaching yoga, exploring the body’s most efficient, soft and powerful ways of moving in space. Honouring the fact that anybody can do yoga, but no body is designed to do yoga like any other body.

 
  Lauren Meyler   Yoga teacher and outdoors enthusiast. Lauren practices yoga to cultivate self awareness and compassion toward others.  Trained in traditional Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin. She teaches with attention to the subtle movements of the body and breath along with moments of playful release to leave students with light hearts and grounded feet

Lauren Meyler

Yoga teacher and outdoors enthusiast. Lauren practices yoga to cultivate self awareness and compassion toward others.

Trained in traditional Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin. She teaches with attention to the subtle movements of the body and breath along with moments of playful release to leave students with light hearts and grounded feet

 
        Aoife Miniter   Having studied a BA in Fashion Design I shortly moved to London to pursue a career there.After a whirlwind three years I decided to come home.  I always loved fitness but truly found a passion for yoga while living in the UK.When I came home I decided to do a Post Grad in Business and Innovation in UCD.While taking a year off to study I also decided to become a yoga teacher.  My two loves are design and yoga. Although they are two very different fields in some ways they are similar. I find the same freedom, passion and creativity in both that can inspire and empower people, which is why I love to teach.   

 

 

Aoife Miniter

Having studied a BA in Fashion Design I shortly moved to London to pursue a career there.After a whirlwind three years I decided to come home.

I always loved fitness but truly found a passion for yoga while living in the UK.When I came home I decided to do a Post Grad in Business and Innovation in UCD.While taking a year off to study I also decided to become a yoga teacher.

My two loves are design and yoga. Although they are two very different fields in some ways they are similar. I find the same freedom, passion and creativity in both that can inspire and empower people, which is why I love to teach.

 

  Valerie Kent   Yoga teacher & mama. She strives to live the teachings of yoga in every aspect of her life.  Trained in hatha, vinyasa, yin & prenatal yoga, her teaching is a creative and accessible blend of dynamic movement & stillness to achieve fluency between body & mind and move with grace on and off the mat.

Valerie Kent

Yoga teacher & mama. She strives to live the teachings of yoga in every aspect of her life.

Trained in hatha, vinyasa, yin & prenatal yoga, her teaching is a creative and accessible blend of dynamic movement & stillness to achieve fluency between body & mind and move with grace on and off the mat.

  Kitty Maguire   Passionate about movement from an early age, Kitty commenced training as a Ballet dancer at five years old. Attending ballet schools in Dublin and Bangor she then won a scholarship at sixteen to the prestigious Bird college in Kent where she completed a diploma in dance and musical theatre.  Beginning by studying and teaching Pilates, Kitty found herself drawn to the world of Yoga, undertaking her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Samadhi in Dublin. She has since attended workshops in India, Bali, New York and the UK. Kitty’s classes are of a slow flow nature with a focus on technique, calming and slowing down the nervous system.  She encourages individuality, expression and personal growth through a dynamic practice in a light and uplifting environment.  Kitty’s thirst for knowledge continued this year as she delved deeper into her Yin Yoga training with Biff Mothifer… Embracing the yin yoga path.

Kitty Maguire

Passionate about movement from an early age, Kitty commenced training as a Ballet dancer at five years old. Attending ballet schools in Dublin and Bangor she then won a scholarship at sixteen to the prestigious Bird college in Kent where she completed a diploma in dance and musical theatre.

Beginning by studying and teaching Pilates, Kitty found herself drawn to the world of Yoga, undertaking her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Samadhi in Dublin. She has since attended workshops in India, Bali, New York and the UK. Kitty’s classes are of a slow flow nature with a focus on technique, calming and slowing down the nervous system.  She encourages individuality, expression and personal growth through a dynamic practice in a light and uplifting environment.

Kitty’s thirst for knowledge continued this year as she delved deeper into her Yin Yoga training with Biff Mothifer… Embracing the yin yoga path.

   Susie Murray   Susie is a qualified Yoga, Pilates and Barre instructor.  Her love of yoga comes through in her classes and her background in dance lends itself to the smooth choreography of her classes.  She teaches with a strong emphasis on breath and movement.   She believes every practice is a movement meditation and she blends her passion for music into her class to create an environment of soft melodic liberation.She wants everyone in her class to leave feeling a little stronger, a little softer, more connected and less attached. 

 Susie Murray

Susie is a qualified Yoga, Pilates and Barre instructor.  Her love of yoga comes through in her classes and her background in dance lends itself to the smooth choreography of her classes.  She teaches with a strong emphasis on breath and movement. 

She believes every practice is a movement meditation and she blends her passion for music into her class to create an environment of soft melodic liberation.She wants everyone in her class to leave feeling a little stronger, a little softer, more connected and less attached. 

 
  Ellie Cunningham   Yogi, English teacher and lover of all kinds of mindful movement, Ellie teaches vinyasa flow classes designed to support each student in cultivating an awareness of their own unique body.  In her own personal practice  Ellie has used yoga to support her mobility and heal injuries caused by scoliosis. She believes in creating safe and supportive alignment based sequences that allow us to create space and connect to a deeper more personal yoga practice.  Expect juicy warm ups that prepare the whole body for dynamic movement followed by a soothing savasana with some sweet words to meditate on as you surrender body and mind.

Ellie Cunningham

Yogi, English teacher and lover of all kinds of mindful movement, Ellie teaches vinyasa flow classes designed to support each student in cultivating an awareness of their own unique body.  In her own personal practice

Ellie has used yoga to support her mobility and heal injuries caused by scoliosis. She believes in creating safe and supportive alignment based sequences that allow us to create space and connect to a deeper more personal yoga practice.  Expect juicy warm ups that prepare the whole body for dynamic movement followed by a soothing savasana with some sweet words to meditate on as you surrender body and mind.

  Katrin Neue   Clinical Somatic Educator and integrative movement teacher hailing from Germany. She studied dance education in Hamburg, graduated from an MA in Dance performance in Limerick and finally settled in Dublin, from where she travelled to Germany and the UK for 4 years to study Somatic Education in the tradition of Thomas Hanna.  Katrin teaches dancers, musicians and all folks who want to move better and feel more grounded in themselves, both in group classes and in private practice, amongst other places as a guest at University of Limerick and Dance Ireland. Her interest lies in guiding clients in restoring their embodied agency after trauma, surgery and break the cycle of habituating stress and exhaustion, following a trauma-informed and evidence- based practice. You can read more about Somatic Education on  www.somadublin.com

Katrin Neue

Clinical Somatic Educator and integrative movement teacher hailing from Germany. She studied dance education in Hamburg, graduated from an MA in Dance performance in Limerick and finally settled in Dublin, from where she travelled to Germany and the UK for 4 years to study Somatic Education in the tradition of Thomas Hanna.

Katrin teaches dancers, musicians and all folks who want to move better and feel more grounded in themselves, both in group classes and in private practice, amongst other places as a guest at University of Limerick and Dance Ireland. Her interest lies in guiding clients in restoring their embodied agency after trauma, surgery and break the cycle of habituating stress and exhaustion, following a trauma-informed and evidence- based practice. You can read more about Somatic Education on www.somadublin.com

  Máire Ní G   Máire teaches Qi Gong and Taoist internal energy practices - the cultivation of life-force. She is a certified Universal Healing Tao Instructor and organises Grandmaster Mantak Chia’s visits to Ireland.  After exploring many spiritual traditions, Máire finally found truth in the Tao. She loves sharing this ancient knowledge with others so that they may feel the amazing benefits. Máire believes that health and happiness is our natural state, and can be easily accessed through the simple practices of the Tao.

Máire Ní G

Máire teaches Qi Gong and Taoist internal energy practices - the cultivation of life-force. She is a certified Universal Healing Tao Instructor and organises Grandmaster Mantak Chia’s visits to Ireland.

After exploring many spiritual traditions, Máire finally found truth in the Tao. She loves sharing this ancient knowledge with others so that they may feel the amazing benefits. Máire believes that health and happiness is our natural state, and can be easily accessed through the simple practices of the Tao.

  Eimear Beardmore    Educator, yoga teacher and mover. From the Dublin mountains Eimear draws on the practice of yoga to cultivate balance in every facet of life, yin and yang.  Trained in vinyasa, hatha and yin she teaches a flowing and expansive vinyasa practice grounded in organic movement. Her yin style is one of self-inquiry, fostering ease in body and mind.

Eimear Beardmore

Educator, yoga teacher and mover. From the Dublin mountains Eimear draws on the practice of yoga to cultivate balance in every facet of life, yin and yang.

Trained in vinyasa, hatha and yin she teaches a flowing and expansive vinyasa practice grounded in organic movement. Her yin style is one of self-inquiry, fostering ease in body and mind.

 
           Aimee Stones   Yoga teacher and passionate adventurer, Aimee has a Classical Hatha Yoga training. Influenced by her Vinyasa and Ashtanga practice, her classes use slow flowing sequences, allowing you to get to a feel for each posture and finding the balance between strength and softness.  She believes that by working on the connection between body and breath we can explore the exciting and endless capabilities we hold within ourselves and find the freedom and space we need for our minds and body.

 

 

 

Aimee Stones

Yoga teacher and passionate adventurer, Aimee has a Classical Hatha Yoga training. Influenced by her Vinyasa and Ashtanga practice, her classes use slow flowing sequences, allowing you to get to a feel for each posture and finding the balance between strength and softness.

She believes that by working on the connection between body and breath we can explore the exciting and endless capabilities we hold within ourselves and find the freedom and space we need for our minds and body.

  Susan Smullen   Susan started practising yoga in 1999 in the Iyengar tradition. Yoga became an increasingly important part of her life, as she appreciated the strength and flexibility it brings to the body, balanced with the stillness and peace it brings to the mind.  To deepen her practice, she travelled to India in 2008. There, she spent time at the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala. Her style developed over the years to include more flowing styles. She trained to be a Hatha yoga teacher in Barefoot Yoga Studio, under the guidance of Paula Flood and Michael McCann.  Her classes are accessible to all. She has a keen eye for alignment, and brings a playfulness to her classes. She imparts her passion for yoga to her students.

Susan Smullen

Susan started practising yoga in 1999 in the Iyengar tradition. Yoga became an increasingly important part of her life, as she appreciated the strength and flexibility it brings to the body, balanced with the stillness and peace it brings to the mind.

To deepen her practice, she travelled to India in 2008. There, she spent time at the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala. Her style developed over the years to include more flowing styles. She trained to be a Hatha yoga teacher in Barefoot Yoga Studio, under the guidance of Paula Flood and Michael McCann.

Her classes are accessible to all. She has a keen eye for alignment, and brings a playfulness to her classes. She imparts her passion for yoga to her students.