Celtic Yoga: Poetry and Myth as Practice

Using story and voice, The Celtic School of Yoga hopes to teach Western yogis that yoga transcends cultures and geographies. From an article on Wanderlust Media by Helen Avery   Thousands of years ago, there was an island that belonged to a magical race—the...
Imbolc—Brigid’s Day

Imbolc—Brigid’s Day

My grandmother has been with me a lot lately. Though she passed away many years ago, I am constantly reminded of her at the moment. She taught me to read when I was very small; I think (though I could be exaggerating!) that I could read when I was four years old. She...
Teacher Training 2019

Teacher Training 2019

Celtic School of Yoga Teacher Training 2019 I just wanted to let you know about our second teacher training year which is coming up beginning in February 2019. I can highly recommend this course to anybody who wishes to teach yoga or just deepen their practice of yoga...

Yoga at the Edge of the World

Yoga. Music. Myth & Magic A week on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way with Jack Harrison and Selina Gullery Join Selina and Jack for a week of yoga in this beautiful part of Ireland with yoga asana, breathwork, meditation, song, poetry and guided hikes. Deepen...
Lisburn Workshop February 11th

Lisburn Workshop February 11th

Back in Lisburn One of the places I really love to visit and teach at is Santosha, Paddy Hamill’s beautiful studio in Lisburn, just outside Belfast. The yoga, the community and of course Paddy’s inimitable energy are always remarkably inspiring and...
Inishboffin Yoga

Inishboffin Yoga

Songbirds One of my abiding memories of a deep, nourishing retreat in 2015 on the island of Inishboffin (the island of BoVinda) is of a learned friend telling me about new research she had found which showed that if musicians spent a certain amount of time playing or...

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