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Sandymount Strand, Dublin 4
Good to see Yogis in action on the sewage-closed beach this weekend. But how can they ‘bear’ the smell?
On a more positive note, for once an appropriate smell arrives in time to augment the #Bloomsday hell the rest of us endure.
Joyce would surely have approved of the stink. The “fine tang of faintly scented urine” completes the user experience for the rest of the day.
Are you pro-choice?
Free this Saturday?
Aisling Twomey writes:
11 women a day travel from Ireland to the UK to access termination services because the 8th amendment renders abortion unconstitutional in Ireland.
That’s 11 women who have to pay for tickets for ferries or planes, as well as the hefty cost of food, internal transport and possibly hotels. It’s a fortune, especially for someone who doesn’t have it.
This is one yoga class held to help those women. You don’t have to be a gymnast (you don’t even have to touch your toes)- this is about getting bums on mats to help women who have been abandoned by the Irish state.
Tickets are £12. All proceeds go directly to the Abortion Support Network, a charity which helps woman cover the cost of travel when travelling to access an abortion.
Yoga for Choice at The Tram Depot, 38 Upper Clapton Road , E5 8BQ on Saturday (August 19) at 10am.
Every saturday at 11am we at Yoga Hub [Camden Street, Dublin] run Yoga in the Park [in Phoenix Park, Dublin] for various charities in Dublin and also we do that events that are a little bit different – Write down an act of kindness that you promise to do this week and hand it to your teacher as an exchange for your Yoga class at the end of your class. Above are just some of the notes. And here‘s a video from one of the charity classes in aid of the homeless….
More notes here
No yokes just yoga.
Beth Casey writes~:
“We hosted the MorningGloryVille early morning rave today from 6.30 – 10.30am in our brand spanking new YogaHub studios on Camden Place, Dublin It was drugs and alcohol free, we had over 250 early morning ravers, there was yoga, massage therapists, smoothies, green juices, coffee and loads of food….”
Yoga at Sandymount Strand, Dublin.
They call that position (top) the ‘upwardly mobile new ager’.
Beth Casey writes:
Two months ago I decided to pack in my day job to follow my dream to become a full time yoga teacher. I have got a great response so far and I’m so grateful to all my students who come to my classes every week. I think your readers would like this little video I made of an outdoor yoga class on Sandymount strand (I run a similar class on Dollymount beach too) I started running two weeks ago. Lets hope the weather stays somewhat agreeable so we can all enjoy our beautiful city in the sun!