What’s on? This invigorating yoga festival is coming to Dublin

We all need a bit more mindfulness in our lives, and taking up the relaxing manoeuvres of yoga is one way to introduce some TLC for your body and mind. 

Yoga increases your flexibility, improves your muscle tone and strength, improves your breathing and helps to focus your mind. 

With all of these benefits, we were delighted to discover that a yoga festival is coming to Dublin this summer.

 

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Hot Yoga Dublin and Yoga Next Door are coming together to create Yoga In The Park 2017, an event which brings together yoga newbies and seasoned enthusiasts for a prolonged session of yogi goodness. 

The event will be set on the stunning west lawn of Malahide Castle, and yoga veteran Lisa Phillips will be leading the 75 minute class.

The event is completely family friendly, with a kids yoga tent organised for the little ones. 

 

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Proceeds from the yoga festival will be going straight to charity, with Yoga In The Park contributing their takings to multiple charities.

This year, the funds from the €20.00 tickets will go to the LauraLynn Foundation, Adi Roches Chernobyl Interanational Foundation, and the Bringing Chair Yoga to Nursing Homes concept. 

The event will take place on Sunday June 11, at 11am, so hopefully they get the weather for the outdoor festival. 

Feature image: Yoga In The Park

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