Revitalize after a long day with yoga classes in Dublin’s City Centre
Author: Dublin Holistic Centre
18th Mar 2013
It's a hectic town brimming with traffic that rushes down narrow and ancient streets. Lunch places become crowded as workers flow out of offices and shops. Finding a way to take the time to relax is essential for anyone living or working in the city centre.
The problem is that finding the time to get away can be difficult. Dublin holistic centre offers conveniently located yoga classes in Dublin city centre. The calm interiors of the Centre's studios are like an oasis of serenity within the bustling city centre. Located on South William Street, the centre is just a few minutes walk from the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and Stephen’s Green Luas stop. This means it is ideal for anyone who wants to take part in a yoga class in Dublin city centre between finishing work and starting their commute home in the evening. Instead of squeezing into an overcrowded tram the perfect way to end a stressful day at work is with a relaxing class of yoga. It is ideal for loosening joints stiffened from a day in front of a computer, behind a desk and for stretching out an aching back.
A yoga class also provides a moment of calm and quiet after a noisy work day. The meditative aspect quiets the mind and allows us to assimilate the day's events, giving us time to reflect on what happened. It is the perfect way to let go of the small irritations that can build throughout the day rather than hold on to them and become further stressed out by such unimportant events.
Dublin Holistic Centre also offers lunch time yoga classes for city centre workers and those living in the city. Breaking up the day with a yoga class can make a huge difference, letting us return to the office refreshed, invigorated and energised to have a more productive and fulfilling day.