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Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can - Arthur Ashe

Yoga Classes in the Civil Service GAA Clubhouse, War Memorial Gardens Dublin 8 🌳

Class Schedule

Dec 11 - Dec 17

















Situated in the Dublin 8 area, Liagh is an experienced Yoga Teacher whose classes combine movement, breath, meditation & relaxation, all aimed at helping each person discover their own Yoga.


A senior-qualified E-RYT 500 Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher (Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa & Accessible Yoga), Liagh studied & practiced with many renowned teachers over the years; from Donna Farhi to Jivana Heyman, John Scott to Amy Ippoliti, Sarah Ramsden to Nischala Joy Devi,  Shandor Remete, Lalit Kumar, James Higgins & many more. 


Corporate/Workplace Yoga, Yoga for Runners/Athletes, Yoga Through Cancer Treatment, Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Accessible Yoga in the Community (Community Halls, Gyms & Schools), Outdoor Yoga, Online Yoga & Private (One-To-One) Yoga - Liagh is qualified to teach all such Yoga. 


Charity classes & events taught by Liagh include worthy charities Dublin Simon Community, the Irish Cancer Society, Barretstown, the Irish Red Cross, ARC Cancer Support, Women's Aid & more.


EveryDay Yoga Ireland classes focus on the importance of learning self-awareness & self-acceptance on the mat; of letting go of tension, pressures, expectations; of harnessing the power of our breath; of engaging in mindful movement. We build strength & enhance our mobility. We relax & unwind. We enhance connection to self & to community. We have FUN.


Yoga brings great cross-training benefits too. Liagh has run 3 marathons (having trained for 7, long story!) & loves cycling & hiking. She walked the full 888km Camino de Santiago in 2014, doing a lil Yoga each day along 'The Way' which greatly eased the aches & pains of that hiking odyssey, just as it does in our 'everyday' lives. 


Yoga helps us recover, whether from a hard session at the gym or a long hilly ride on the bike, from a long day at the desk or from a long week child-minding. 

It helps strengthen our core & other key muscles that we need to move comfortably & efficiently. Yoga also helps improve our balance & our breathing. 


Liagh has trained in & taught adaptive Yoga at two cancer support centres for several years now. Having gone through cancer treatment, she knows very well the great help it can be. 

As a qualified Accessible Yoga Teacher, Liagh loves being able to share Yoga's many benefits - Yoga is for ALL of us, not just the fit, young, well & wealthy. She has taught Community Yoga through both Dublin City Council Sports & Wellbeing Partnership & local Community Groups too - bringing Yoga to schools, to older adults, to communities & to people in relaxed & informal local settings. 


By developing a regular suitable practice, we are better equipped, on & off the mat, to go about our daily lives, feeling more centred & calm. 


The purpose of EveryDay Yoga Ireland is to share with people the truth that Yoga is an ‘everyday’ kind of practice - something attainable to us all, whether that is in class together or at home online, in a chair, at a desk, or outside in the fresh air. Try Yoga with EveryDay Yoga  Ireland 🙏🏽.


Compassionate (Optional) Covid-19 Safety 

Even though 'official' protective measures were removed, please extend respect & courtesy for anyone who is still observing such steps - whether for themselves, loved ones or for each other in class. These include:

  • physical distancing in general (2m)

  • inputting current accurate contact details in case of contact tracing 

  • mask-wearing  - this is still the sensible kind thing to do Yogis so let's keep that going in terms of coming into/leaving class. It is as always your choice then to take your mask off when on your mat (or keep it on)

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