Galway City Yoga Term – Begins January 17th

New 6-week Yoga Term starts back in Galway City, January 17th. Upstairs at Divinity, Olde Malte Arcade, Galway city (just off Quay St) Price: 6 week term €80 , Drop-in €15 Contact: Clair (087) 760 4179 Email: yogafootsteps@@gmail.com www.yogafootsteps.educatedmachine.com Get in touch to book your spot as places of limited. Pre-booking is essential. Looking forward …

Acro Yoga & Vegan Brunch

    Saturday January 21st , 10 am – 13.30. Cost: €35 Location: Amara Yoga & Wellbeing, Westside Enterprise park, Galway Contact: Clair (087) 760 4179 Email: yogafootsteps@gmail.com Come one, come all – Acro Yoga with Nicola Moran followed by chai and vegan treats. AND A NEW GUEST TEACHER IS JOINING US!!! Julian Pedersan is a …

A Travelling Yogini-India & Nepal

Himalayan region of India Since 2010 my life has basically revolved around travelling as much as I can to practice and study yoga. I have met some wonderful teachers, people and experiences along the way. I came to yoga randomly. It was 2011 and I was in my final year at University in NUIG, where …

Chocolate topped lemon Flapjacks. (Vegan & Sugar-free)

I made these delicious date, lemon and banana flapjacks for a yoga, chai and cakes morning I had in Tuam. I worked from this recipe by FreefromFairy and just tweaked a few things and then topped it with a chocolate and coconut ganache. Flapjacks 250 g Oats 150 g dates soaked in boiling water (keep the ‘date-water’ …

The Many Faces of Yoga: Galway Edition- Leonor Rodriguez

  Leonor is a Costa Rican Clinical and Heath psychologist that moved to Ireland in 2011 to carry out her PhD in Child and Youth Research in NUI Galway. Currently Leonor works as a post-doctoral researcher in the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre. Leonor has dedicated many years of her life to working with children, …

The Many Faces of Yoga: Galway Edition- Ronah Corcoran

It is so easy nowadays to forget that yoga is a lot more than what you can do on the mat. Yoga for me is, among other things, helping us to come back to ourselves, what is true to us and what we feel passionate and inspired to do, not only to benefit ourselves but also …

Yoga Travel Guide: A day in Edinburgh

  I love Edinburgh city, the architecture, that old worldly feel to the place, the atmosphere on the streets, the people and all of the great spots to hang out. You can take a wander through the beautiful streets, pop into some of the excellent vintage shops, have your almond milk cappuccino and then take …

Yoga Travel Guide: Galway, Ireland

  My home city and a wonderful place for all things; Yoga classes, workshops, good fresh, healthy food spots and a great place to walk around – to get to enjoy the unique and special atmosphere that Galway has like no other. Yoga   Yogafootsteps I first began practicing yoga in 2011 and have been …

The Many Faces of Yoga: Joseph Mathers

  The lovely Joseph Mathers from Newry, Co. Down is a fellow member of the Irish Ashtanga community. I got to chat with him on his most recent yoga trip to Galway. We spoke about how Joe initially came to yoga for flexibility, then are the end of a relationship and how his understanding and …

The Many Faces of Yoga: Luke Jordan

  Luke Jordan is a direct student of Sri K Pattabhi Jois and one of a very small number of teachers worldwide Certified to teach the advanced practises of Ashtanga Yoga. He is also a keen student of Vedic chanting, Sanskrit and Yoga’s cultural heritage and philosophy. He holds a Masters degree in Indian Religions …

Yoga Travel Guide: Wexford, Ireland

I got to spend one year living in Wexford, Ireland last year. It really is an undiscovered beauty of Ireland – full of stunning beaches, forest walks, rivers for swimming in during the summer and most of all SUNSHINE. It really is the sunny south-east, most of the time! One of the great things about Wexford …