Weekly yoga classes at Mulvarra

A new yoga studio in st Mullins

As well as our residential weekend yoga workshops and retreats, we will also run weekly drop-in classes for people in the local community. No previous experience of yoga is necessary. All ages will be welcome and the quality of yoga practice will be gentle and restorative.

 

We are starting a block booking system

Starting from September 5th onwards we are running all of the  regular indoor classes in blocks of 6 weeks. You will now be able to reserve a spot in each six week term by booking through  the form blow the class schedule. You will only have to do this once  on or  before the start of each term. Please note that dropin booking for a single class is still possible from this page, scroll down further for information about this.

 

As the studio is well ventilated and classes do not run back to back you can feel safe and confident as you practice. the space is large (60 sq m) so social distancing will be maintained during the class. Please do bring your own mat, and respect everybody’s personal space going into during and after the class

 
Time and class info

Day

Morning class

Evening class

Monday

 

7.30 pm – 8.45
Dynamic Vinyasa Flow
Dropin 

with Tim

Tuesday

 

5.45 pm – 7.00pm
Early evening Hatha yoga

with Tim

7.30 pm – 8.45
Hatha flow with David Mooney

Wednesday

 

 

Thursday

11 am – 12.15
Gentle flow – mixed fitness level class
Dropin

with Tim

 

Friday

 

 

Saturday

10am -11am Outdoor yoga in St Mullins with Tim

 

* All classes are of one hour fifteen minutes duration

Cost per class: See below for details on price

book from one of these 6 week blocks

Dates for the first 6 week term

our new booking approach

We are making one significant change to the classes – this is to  do with payment.  Along with many other yoga studios, we have decided to move to a more structured approach to both the content of our classes and also how classes are booked. This follows on from our addition of  a booking system to our website before Christmas this year. We have found the booking system has greatly streamlined the process of managing the classes. From September going forward we are now running classes in blocks of 6 weeks, with a week’s break between each block.

So if you are interested in going to one of the different classes you can block book and pay in advance for the 6 week block. Payment will be to Mulvarra rather than the individual teacher. The cost of six classes is going down to 50 Euros for 6 classes. You wil still be able to book individual classes if you  know for instance you atr going to miss at least three of the six weeks. The booking forms for the dropin bookings are the same as the old booking form and can be found below.

For a thorough explanation of reason behind this change and also the way it will work, I have written blog post which you can find here. So if you are not sure how the new system works, or have any question, this blog post should be the first place to  find answers.

Dropin booking

We toally understand that not everyone can make a commitment to be able to make it along every week at the same time. being able to book a class on a one off dropin basis gives you a lot of flexibility. You can look at the classes for the coming week and decide which one to attend. The cost of a single class will be increasing to 13€ from 5th September onwards. The booking method is the same as before, choose from the list of classes, clicking on the one you wish to book and fill in your name, email address and mobile number and then hit finish. Check when you are entering your email address that is it correct as a confirmation email will be sent to this address. You can pay by Revolut to@timyogamulvarra or to the teacher in cash on the day.

Yoga at Mulvarra: a meeting of ancient and modern

Imagine a 4000 year old science of movement and breath, updated for a 21st century lifestyle and all set against the backdrop of  a seventh century monastic settlement.

We take a pragmatic approach to yoga: what elements of this ancient science can best be adopted to achieve the maximum benefit for people living a busy and often stressful life.

What do i need for the class?

Bring your own yoga mat and make sure to wear loose comfortable clothing. If you wish you can bring a blanket for the end of the class.

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