Aisling began practicing yoga in 2010 while completing her degree in order to cope with stress. She found yoga to be calming and of great benefit to both mind and body.
Her love of yoga grew and in 2014 she began taking workshops with local teachers and international practitioners. In 2015 she completed a 200hr Vinyasa Flow, teacher training course with the Absolute Yoga Academy in Thailand. She studied under world acclaimed, Michel Besnard and graduated with all the skills required to teach and to safely share her love of yoga with her students. The disciplines she studied included the ashtanga primary series, sequencing, yoga anatomy, safe adjustments, philosophy, pranayama and meditation.
Aislings classes are fun filled and creative. In teaching yoga she hopes to pass on the knowledge and happiness to her students that she has gained from her own practice and training. Her classes are also mentally and physically challenging and she helps and encourages her students to develop their personal practice so that they too can experience the joys and benefits of yoga.
"Regular yoga practice invigorates and strengthens you mind and body. It promotes good physical and mental well-being.”