Hot Yoga 1-2

This class is taught by:

Niamh P Pollins

Niamh is an avid yogi! She first started practicing yoga in 2011 but rediscovered her love for yoga in 2014 while living and working in New York. Yoga allowed her to switch off from the hustle and bustle that was New York. After two years of traveling and working abroad Niamh returned home to the Emerald Isle and completed her 200hrs RYT Training under the guidance of Sibylle Dallmann and Naomi Sturdy at Yoga Dublin.

Niamh has an invested interest in Human and Women's Rights. She is passionate about making the world a more peaceful place, and feels that yoga and meditation are important factors in achieving that goal.

Niamh’s classes are based on the belief that mental and physical health is interrelated and should be conditioned together. Her classes focus on all aspects of yoga, pranayama and Meditation. Join Niamh for some Hatha, Vinyasa and Restorative based Classes!

Nicola Moran

From Dundalk, Co. Louth, Nicola first fell in love with Easern philosophy and practices while working in
Mother Teresa's orphange in India at age 16. Ever since then Nicola continued exploring and training with
various renowned teachers and styles. After working as a metal smith for a fashion designer in New York,
Nicola wanted to turn her artistry and passion, to nurture the body. On a return visit to India she studied at
Arhanta Yoga Ashram and became a qualified yoga teacher.
It was also in New York that Nicola found Acroyoga which sparked oppurtunity to delve into the
acrobatic and aerial dance scene more. This took her to Spain training intensively with Partner
Acrobatics, then to Croatia, Germany, Netherlands and most recenly Israel. Nicola still continues this
with professional circus artists in Dublin.
Her dynamic background will offer stength and conditioning, body flexibility and a safe environment for
general well being. Reverting back to your five year old self, no inhibitions, just present in the feeling.

Anna Olsson

Anna’s yoga journey started out with lots of intensity and heat, completing her first teacher training with Bikram Choudhury in LA in 2012. What initially attracted her to the practice was its transformational effects on her busy monkey mind, and the mental benefits remain the number one reason why she comes to the mat. The rest – strength/flexibility/improved energy levels/injury prevention etc etc – are just really nice side effects!
She has taught on a fulltime basis for the past 5 years, branching out in styles and getting particularly hooked on Ashtanga yoga. She completed her 200 hours Ashtanga Vinyasa Training with It’s Yoga Nicaragua in 2015 and is currently working to build up to her 500h certification with It’s Yoga Fuerteventura, specializing in Rocket Yoga which has its roots in Ashtanga but with an added playfulness!
As much as she loves a strong asana practice, she also takes an interest in Buddhist meditation, Vipassana and Yoga Nidra and facilitates workshops in the latter since completing her Yoga Nidra Teacher Training Course with Nirlipta Tuli & Uma Dinsmore-Tuli of Wombyoga in the summer of 2017. Anna recently made her first trip to Mysore, India, where she spent a month practicing the dynamic Prana Vashya yoga with Yogacharya Vinay Kumar. She draws her inspiration to teach from her own personal practice and passion for the yoga and believes that constant learning and immersion in various types and styles and practices with different teachers is key.
Teaching means sharing what we know; inspiring others to reach their full potential and holding a safe and secure space for students within which the magic of self-realization through yoga can take place.

Jess Oatway

Yogajess's journey was born out of work related stress and back pain! She was working in a stressful job and noticed that after sitting at her desk for 3 to 4 hours without moving, her back would really start to hurt. So she found a Vinyasa yoga class near to her work and started going…(religiously) ….every Monday. She was hooked!
She started to REALLY get stressed in work which was taking over in her downtime as well and noticed that during yoga practice her concentration and breathing were so focused and calm she would forget about work and her mind felt peaceful and spacious. The anxious feeling disappeared.
Jess decided she wanted to learn more about the practice, have it as part of her everyday life and to introduce other people to yoga. She trained to become a teacher and completed her YTT 200hrs under the tutelage of Sibylle Dalmain and Naomi Sturdy at Yoga Dublin.
She soon realised that while a lot of people knew about yoga and wanted to try it, there was a feeling of fear and intimidation to go to the first classes. Her goal is to take those fears away. You can expect to be pushed and to have a sense of achievement in Jess's class, feel calm and relaxed but still have fun and a laugh. At the end of the day, we all need to stretch, strengthen, laugh and bring a bit of zen into our hectic lives.

Kate Barry

Kate discovered yoga 10 years ago starting with Ashtanga practice. She fell in love with the strong but meditative physical aspect and the sense of balance and peace it gave. After years of regular practice, she knew she wanted to further her yoga knowledge with teacher training in the hopes of passing onto others some of the sense of calm, strength and belief in oneself that comes with yoga practice. She trained to become a teacher and completed her YTT 200hrs with Sibylle Dalmann and Naomi Sturdy at Yoga Dublin. With a love for the outdoors and an active lifestyle she believes the body is capable of many wonderful things and offers an invigorating vinyasa style class pairing the breath with fluid movement developing focus, mobility and strength. When not on the mat she enjoys nothing more than hikes in the hills and sunrises by the sea.

Amy Charlie Savory

Amy is originally from London where she taught yoga and meditation to promote positive mental psychology.
Amy's interests include travel, photography, drawing meditation and standing on her head.
Suitable for all levels, but those new to yoga should start with beginners flow. This 75 minute class is designed to build heat and strength. This practice is a total body workout that creates longer, leaner muscles and body with more mobility to improve circulation. We recommend that students seeking to take these classes feel confident, safe and strong throughout classic sun salutations.

Upcoming classes:

  • Tue 16 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Niamh P Pollins
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Tue 16 Oct 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Nicola Moran
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Wed 17 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Anna Olsson
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Wed 17 Oct 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Jess Oatway
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Sat 20 Oct 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kate Barry
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Tue 23 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Amy Charlie Savory
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Tue 23 Oct 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Nicola Moran
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Wed 24 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Anna Olsson
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Wed 24 Oct 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Jess Oatway
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Tue 30 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Amy Charlie Savory
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines
  • Tue 30 Oct 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Nicola Moran
    at Hot Yoga Rathmines



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