Yoga for Beginners

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We host TWO Yoga for Beginners classes weekly – led by Susan and Amy, founders and co-owners of Mandala Yoga.

These are yoga classes for anyone who is completely new to yoga and wants to learn this amazing practice that benefits both body and mind.

Classes take place Wednesday 6.15pm and Saturday 9.30am in our light-filled space located just off Haddington Road in the heart of Dublin 4.

You can attend our beginners’ classes as a one-off or drop in class –  Purchase a drop in pass here. But we’d  also recommend you sign up to our popular Yoga for Beginners course, which gives you the opportunity to take 6 classes at a time.

On this course we introduce you step by step to the fundamental concepts and practice of yoga in a safe, fun and supportive environment.  

New Courses will start Wed June 5th but contact us if you would like to start before then.

Note: You can attend either Saturday morning or Wednesday evening or both. Mix and match to suit your diary.

Our popular 6 class Beginner Yoga Pass gives you maximum flexibility. You can also join any other class on your pass to check out different classes.

Check it out below.

Sign Up Here

The Mandala Yoga for Beginners six week course focuses on teaching three yoga essentials:
  • Breath: Learn ‘Yogic Breathing’
  • Body: Explore essential poses/shapes that help strengthen and free the body from tension
  • Mind: Practice awareness, mindfulness and relaxation to calm the mind

Course Cost: €89 for 6 classes. 

Purchase Yoga for Beginners 6 Class Pass

(Don’t forget to book into your first couple of classes after you have purchased your pass.!
Do email us with any questions about the course.

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About the Beginners Yoga Class

Each beginner class starts with some breathing exercises and grounding followed by poses that warm up the spine and heat up the body. This is followed by a series of held postures to build strength, stability and stamina.

We include some breathwork and backbends to energise the mind and body.  Class ends with gentle stretching to improve flexibility and a nice relaxation.

Have a few classes under your belt?

Check out our Align & Flow classes.  Expect some simple flowing sequences to warm up the body matched with slower-paced movements that focus on alignment, strength, balance, and flexibility,  Yin Yoga is very suitable if you feel very immobile and are interested in a more gentler yoga practice that will target stiff joints.

How to Prepare for your Beginners Yoga Class

– Yoga mats provided – but of course feel free to bring your own
– Wear loose clothing.
– Bring a water bottle. Tap water available on site.
– Best to avoid eating anything too heavy 1-2 hours before class.
– If you live close by, walk to class and enjoy the ‘air-time’. If you’re in a hurry, there are lots of Dublin Bike stand options along the canal.
– If you need to drive, there is on-site parking (but it’s limited). Car entry is only possible via St. Mary’s Road. There is also plenty of off-street paid parking available in the area. Do check signage to avoid being clamped!

Check out our other Mandala Yoga classes here.