Chair Yoga Classes – Continued discounted rate thanks to local funding!
Classes are with Louise Curran
On – Monday and Friday mornings
At – The Ananta Yoga Studios, 5 Wentworth Place, Wicklow Town
Time – 12.00noon – 1.00pm
Cost: €35 for 5 weeks or
€55 for 8 weeks or
€8 drop in
Booking essential – Call/text Louise 087 6032202
What students are saying about the classes:
“I can put my socks and shoes on more easily since starting chair yoga classes”
“I am better able to look around when turning and reversing in my car”
“I have more mobility in my feet and ankles now”
“I have less pain in my arms and shoulders”
Thanks to the Wicklow Local Sports Partnership, there is funding available to reduce the fee per class for a limited period. So this is an ideal opportunity to bring Chair Yoga into your weekly routine. Booking is essential for all classes as classes only run with a minimum number. With 2 weekly classes, you can switch days between Mondays and Fridays if a particular regular day does not suit – or come twice a week!
In addition to these 2 classes at The Ananta Yoga Studios, Louise is running weekly Chair Yoga classes in Aughrim (Tuesdays), Arklow (Wednesdays) and Laragh (Thursdays) with great response from her students. Louise also runs classes at local nursing homes and in other organisations. And she’ll be bringing new skills and sequences to her classes following a great Chair Yoga course this summer.
There is ample on-street parking right outside the studio and in the surrounding area. Access into the studio is step-free when entering at the rear of the building. We are in close proximity to shops and cafes as well.
Chair Yoga is suitable for those who may find our regular yoga classes too strenuous – those who may be completely new to yoga, recovering from injury or illness or generally less active and mobile. It is also – of course suitable for all yoga students who simply would like to try this method of practice.
The class takes students through centring and breath-work, followed by postures that let the joints move through their range of movement whilst seated or through use of the chair whilst standing. These postures will provide gentle stretching, improved strength and flexibility, as well as helping students to find balance and calm in everyday life.