I’m delighted to share that Uma Dinsmore Tuli is back on our shores for more Shakti nourishing yoga this October and November 2015. In addition she will also be launching her new project in collaboration with Jack Harrison : The Celtic School of Yoga. The purpose of this School of Yoga is to re-establish a balance between East and West, between what we look for outside of ourselves and what we find when we come home.
Event details are below and I encourage you to book early if you are drawn to attend as they are always over subscribed! The teachings of the Celtic School of Yoga are offered as a gift from the heart to the people of Ireland. The cost of hosting and organizing the event is shared between participants . Each person is also invited to make a gift from the heart for the value of the teaching. Look forward to seeing some of you there…
Women’s Open Yoga Session in Dublin
29 October | 18.30 – 20.30
This open session is for women only: focusing on menstrual and menopausal health with yoga nidra and restorative movement led by Uma and friends (me, Colette Nolan and Eileen Heneghan 🙂 ) . For more information and to book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Celtic School of Yoga introductory talk and Kirtan Concert in Dublin
30 October | 18.30 – 21.00
This open evening session is for all women and men and includes an introductory illustrated talk and shared session with Jack Harrison. This evening is an introduction to the Celtic School of Yoga, and book launch. This will be followed by a Kirtan concert in the evening: “Voicing the song of the breath with Jack Harrison”. For more information and to book your place, email email@example.com
Celtic School of Yoga Launch Event – Rooted and Enraptured: shared sessions with Uma Dinsmore Tuli and Jack Harrison in Dublin
1 November | 10.30 – 16.00
This is the launch event for the Celtic School of Yoga, and is open to all women and men.
Morning (10.00 – 13.00): an experiential session with movement, breath, sound, and wild yoga nidra.
Afternoon (13.00 – 16.00): introducing the Rhythms of Power in the Celtic School of Yoga. This is an illustrated talk, as well as yoga nidra and voicing the song of the breath.
For more information and to book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org