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24-05-2011, 23:38   #16
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I noticed this on one of the many yoga sites I frequent

"Wednesdays
7:30 – 8:45 PM, Dublin Holistic Centre, Yoga for Runners
Yoga session specifically catered for runners. Focusing mainly on legs, glutes, hips and core abdominal strength. 4-week course from June 1st, Only €50 (drop in €15)."
http://www.hushyoga.com/classes/
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24-05-2011, 23:44   #17
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I noticed this on one of the many yoga sites I frequent

"Wednesdays
7:30 – 8:45 PM, Dublin Holistic Centre, Yoga for Runners
Yoga session specifically catered for runners. Focusing mainly on legs, glutes, hips and core abdominal strength. 4-week course from June 1st, Only €50 (drop in €15)."
http://www.hushyoga.com/classes/
Fabulous! Would seriously consider giving that a go.
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Fabulous! Would seriously consider giving that a go.
Wow, that was fast, Kirby

I might do it myself. Sounds like a good class.
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25-05-2011, 13:42   #19
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I noticed this on one of the many yoga sites I frequent

"Wednesdays
7:30 – 8:45 PM, Dublin Holistic Centre, Yoga for Runners
Yoga session specifically catered for runners. Focusing mainly on legs, glutes, hips and core abdominal strength. 4-week course from June 1st, Only €50 (drop in €15)."
http://www.hushyoga.com/classes/
It's in my diary. Thanks Hermione
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01-06-2011, 14:34   #20
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I noticed this on one of the many yoga sites I frequent

"Wednesdays
7:30 – 8:45 PM, Dublin Holistic Centre, Yoga for Runners
Yoga session specifically catered for runners. Focusing mainly on legs, glutes, hips and core abdominal strength. 4-week course from June 1st, Only €50 (drop in €15)."
http://www.hushyoga.com/classes/
Got an email through this morning to say that this is cancelled due to lack of numbers.
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Got an email through this morning to say that this is cancelled due to lack of numbers.
Oh no!
I hadn't booked my place yet but I know people who had. She's a great teacher as well - I did a workshop with her before. Maybe email them to register your interest in similar classes/workshops, Kirby?

That's very disappointing. I guess it's a bit of a niche market
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I just started Bikram yoga to go alongside some half marathon training. I've ran halves before and I've also done yoga before for relaxation. I wanted to do something as part of my training to improve strengh, focus, etc. so I decided to try Birkam. You stretch out really well and believe me your first class is incredibly tough! So it's still early days, but I think yoga definitely makes a nice complement to any running training. Some interesting stuff on runner's world about it too http://www.runnersworld.com/communit...g/yoga-runners
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