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Alicia Stock
 
Working full time as a nurse brings its stresses, which led Alicia to a yoga class to try to "de-stress". From her first class she was hooked. She did a 200hour Hatha and mindfulness Teacher Training in The YogaHub where she fell in love with Yoga even more. Alicia enjoys bringing an aspect of mindfulness at the start of each of her classes, then moving into an asana flow, whilst connecting with her students and having some fun!
 
Joseph Devlin

 

A keen rugby player in his 20’s, Joseph experienced many of the common injuries associated with this sport, from damaged and overworked muscles to broken bones.

 

His interest in the body’s healing process was peaked after a fracture had required an operation and several months in cast and rehab. His mind was made up, he wanted to help others with their injuries...

 

After Graduating from the National Training Center of Ireland in 2006 with a National Qualification in Massage, Remedial & NeuroMuscular Therapy. He went on to complete two years of the physiotherapy degree at the Robert Gordon University In Aberdeen Scotland, graduating with Higher Diploma in Health Profession Studies. He followed on this training with qualifications In Sports First Aid, Dry Needling, Cupping and Advanced Soft Tissue and Injury Management.

 

He founded the Aberdeen Sports Massage Clinic whilst at University and over his seven years in Aberdeen, built up a solid reputation for his service to the sporting population of the shire, Including being contracted to the Aberdeen Football Club and the University Sports Scholarship Athletes. He was member of the Scottish Institute of Sport, Massage Providers Network and was invited to work with team scotland at their home games in 2014. He also worked with the Scottish and Irish, International Men’s Rugby Squads, travelling to Croatia with the Scottish Men’s Football squad. He was a part of the London 2012 Olympic support team, working with Women’s football.

 

His interest was opened after some time at a yoga retreat in his home country of New Zealand, He began dipping his toe into the world of yoga, shitazu massage, tibetian herbs, shamanic practice including sweat lodges and ceremony. He chose to undertake further training in Reiki & chinese cupping. Joseph quickly discovered that new therapists would come to him for advice and he genuinely enjoyed tutoring students and his employes in the balance between the science and art of delivering a quality therapy session. He was asked to become a teacher and has since tutored and lectured in Sports & Massage Therapy with the Scottish Massage schools.

 

After he left Aberdeen he spent some time traveling, during that time he again was asked to pass on his knowledge, this time to student yoga teachers. So he found himself some part time work in the field of lecturing in anatomy, physiology and Yoga therapy and clinical practice in Goa, India. It was then that his appreciation for yoga started to really grow, he was able to practice daily and really noticed the difference it had on his mind and body, he was also lucky to be able to learn the philosophy of yoga, all whilst enjoying teaching those who would ask insightful questions !

 

Since his return to Ireland, he has been asked to join the Sandymount NMT & Sports injury practice as a partner and senior therapist where he looks forward to applying his knowledge and skills gathered around the world from a variety of traditions, while continuing on his yoga and teaching journey.

 

What you can expect in one of his workshops…

"Always expect the unexpected"

- Oscar Wilde

 

Joseph hopes to share a blend of what he sees of value between the the science of what we know about the body from dissection and micro investigation and theory behind what happens in healing, With his personal experience of holding space for hundreds of clients as they go through a healing process.

 

Topics will range from the flight and flight nervous systems to pain gate theory and pathophysiology to advice he has had from the yoga teachers and healers he has worked with.

 

During practical elements, where self release is concerned he sees this as an essential part of the practice of anyone who has any element of disturbed movement pattern.

 

Joseph calls upon his years of experience to assess posture and movement, educate his clients on specifically what would be of great benefit for them to focus on outside of their sessions. And then working with pressure points, that are holding their over worked muscles into negative patterns of movement.

 

He utilizes simple tools such as foam rollers and tennis balls to empower his workshop attendees to be able to do their own soft tissue release techniques and achieve a positive change in their movement.

 

Who is Joseph?

Outside the clinic and teaching he loves Travel, adventures into the outdoors and unknown, walking and spending time in nature, and he is a big fan of sustainable music and movement festivals.

Miriam N Needham
 
Miriam Needham completed her 200 hours YTTC with the Himalaya Yoga Valley, Goa, in March 2016 and has taken great joy in teaching yoga ever since. She endeavors to make yoga a part of her daily life, both on and off the mat. When not teaching yoga, she can be found on stage performing in plays or at home writing them. Check out her blog at www.lightyourownlamp.com
Joe Devlin

Joseph Devlin, ANMPT

A keen rugby player in his 20’s, Joseph experienced many of the common injuries associated with this sport, from damaged and overworked muscles to broken bones. His interest in the body’s healing process was peaked after a fracture had required an operation and several months in cast and rehab. His mind was made up, he wanted to help others with their injuries...

After Graduating from the National Training Center of Ireland in 2006 with a National Qualification in Massage, Remedial & NeuroMuscular Therapy. He went on to complete two years of the physiotherapy degree at the Robert Gordon University In Aberdeen Scotland, graduating with Higher Diploma in Health Profession Studies.

He followed on this training with qualifications In Sports First Aid, Dry Needling, Cupping and Advanced Soft Tissue and Injury Management.

He founded the Aberdeen Sports Massage Clinic whilst at University and over his seven years in Aberdeen, built up a solid reputation for his service to the sporting population of the shire, Including being contracted to the Aberdeen Football Club and the University Sports Scholarship Athletes. He was member of the Scottish Institute of Sport, Massage Providers Network and was invited to work with team scotland at their home games in 2014.

He also worked with the Scottish and Irish, International Men’s Rugby Squads, travelling to Croatia with the Scottish Men’s Football squad. He was a part of the London 2012 Olympic support team, working with Women’s football.

He has tutored and lectured in Sports & Massage Therapy with the Scottish Massage schools.

After he left Aberdeen he spent some time traveling, during that time he tutored students of Yoga in anatomy, physiology and clinical practice in Goa India.

Since his return to Ireland, he practices in Monasterevin, Co.Kildare Monday - Wednesday and in Sandymount, Dublin 4 Thursdays and Fridays.

Benefits for His Clients:
He works with a range of clients, from varied backgrounds, usually who take part in sports, have an active hobby, workplace or lifestyle.

Commonly field Sports Athletes such as those who play Rugby, Football and GAA, use his services to keep up with a demanding season filled with training and contact competition.

Endurance athletes such as runners, cyclists and triathletes regularly get sports massage sessions to “Iron out “ knots in muscles that get overused in training and events.

He has assisted many athletes to make a leap in class or to help them in their move from amateur to professional.

Commonly Joseph with injuries acquired by repetitive strain or overuse, where a physiotherapist may handle traumatic injuries, he works with muscles strained from over exertion,which have developed into poor movement patterns. Typically this involves working with tight quads, hamstrings, hips and backs, shoulders and necks.

Joseph calls upon his years of experience to assess posture and movement, educate his clients on specifically what would be of great benefit for them to focus on outside of their sessions. And then working with pressure points, that are holding their over worked muscles into negative patterns of movement. He uses deep tissue massage, Dry needling, cupping and tissue release techniques to achieve a positive change in his client’s movement.

Who is Joseph?

His interests outside clinic include rugby, hiking and spending time in nature, and sustainable music and movement, festivals.


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Prices:

30 Minute Assessment and treatment €50

Suitable for simple queries, repeat visits, sports injuries, consultation, exercise and rehabilitation advice etc.

 

1 Hour Neuromuscular Therapy Sessions €80

With Extra time we can go further into the underlying causes of your muscular tension problems together. Working deeper into the soft tissue and nerve interaction, these sessions cane be painful but the relief and reduction in symptoms is worth the temporary discomfort.

 

1.5 Hour Sports Massage sessions €100

Suitable to get deep into you muscular tension, this is the session for you, we unlock the stuck muscles allowing pain-free movement and greater performance…


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Contact Details: 

Kitty Maguire
Passionate about movement from an early age, Kitty commenced training as a Ballet dancer at five years old. With a diploma in dance and musical theatre she is also a personal trainer and fitness instructor. Kitty moved to a more therapeutic and holistic practice beginning with Pilates, and then Yoga, undertaking her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Samadhi in Dublin.
The Art of Teaching Trainees
Join trainees Anglea, Ciara H, Ciara M, Dervla, Eva, Gerlinde, Gosia, Haylee, Niamh, Orla, Sean & Sinead for a class!
Emma Newham

Creator of Barre Concept.
 
BarreConcept was created and developed by fitness expert Emma Newham, who has been in the fitness industry for over two decades. Having studied classical RAD ballet since the age of 8, Emma is delighted to combine her background in Personal training, yoga instruction and Pilates teaching with her former ballet training.
 
Emma began her career in London as a fitness instructor and personal trainer and is one of the longest serving Pilates teachers in the UK. As an advanced Level 4 member of the Register of Exercise Professionals, her speciality is in cardiac rehabilitation. She teaches various forms of yoga along with Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis. Pilates is Emma's passion and she has written several accredited Pilates instructor training courses for her international company, Pilates Union. Her 8 published Pilates manuals and DVD's are sold all over the world.
 
Emma recognised the need to add an aerobic component to her existing Pilates classes in order to satisfy certain students, who were seeking a different challenge. After experimenting with various approaches, Emma decided to combine the elements of her different training qualifications over the years into one unique workout. She added to this the ballet barre exercises from her former training and set the class to high-energy music and hence BarreConcept was born. A workout, which satisfies all of the elements of fitness - strength, endurance and flexibility.
 
BarreConcept is the first barre course in the world to gain international accreditation. Her BarreConcept Workout manual was the first barre training manual to be published in the world and her BarreConcept DVD's are sold all over the globe.
 
Emma has a wealth of media experience, having written and appeared in articles for national newspapers and fitness magazines as well as hosting her own live fitness shows on London radio. She has appeared on TV shows in the UK, promoting the BarreConcept Method. Many top-level international athletes, including footballers, cricketers and dancers have worked with Emma to enhance their career. Emma presents workshops internationally in many different countries, helping to spread the popularity of her training. She runs the successful, MyBody Studios, in the North East of England.
 
BarreConcept is the first barre course in the world to gain international accreditation. Her BarreConcept Workout manual was the first barre training manual to be published in the world and her BarreConcept DVD's are sold all over the globe.
 
Emma has a wealth of media experience, having written and appeared in articles for national newspapers and fitness magazines as well as hosting her own live fitness shows on London radio. She has appeared on TV shows in the UK, promoting the BarreConcept Method. Many top-level international athletes, including footballers, cricketers and dancers have worked with Emma to enhance their career. Emma presents workshops internationally in many different countries, helping to spread the popularity of her training. She runs the successful, MyBody Studios, in the North East of England.
LucyBloom Webb
 
Lucybloom trained to be a Hatha yoga teacher in India in 2016 and has since continue to deepen her practice. She has also gained further knowledge in the fields of Ayurveda and ancient Yogic philosophy. She is committed to the practice of yoga and to passing it on to others through teaching and intends to return to India in 2018 to further her studies in the discipline.
Brian Ingle
Brian Ingle N.D. D.O has practiced different forms of yoga since 1984, and been teaching since 1999. Over the last 9 years he has immersed himself in the Somatic awareness disciplines of Moshe Feldenkrais and Tom Hanna’s Somatics. He is the founder and Director of the International Institute of Somatic Movement Education and teaches professional trainings world wide.
Clare D Dempster
 
Clare Dempster is a graduate of Yoga Therapy Ireland’s two year teacher training course. She began practicing yoga in 2003 after the birth of her third child. Clare has experienced some of the life changing benefits that can come from practicing yoga and as a consequence has developed a strong interest in teaching yoga to complete beginners or those returning after a long break. Clare’s training is in making yoga accessible to everyone. She believes that by offering the student a nurturing, mindful and relaxing environment, it allows for natural progression at the individual’s own comfortable and secure pace. Her classes will introduce you to gentle safe stretching and hatha yoga poses, as well as offering the opportunity to learn something of the whole nature of yoga, including some mediation and breathwork. Each class finishes with a long relaxation.
Patrick Moynan
 
Patrick initially came to Yoga to help with minor injuries from his Rowing training, but really caught the bug during a year living in Los Angeles. With a background in Sales and Marketing, Patrick looks to lean on his vast experience to assist all Yoga Dublin members.
 
Patrick has a background in Rowing and Rugby and likes to keep fit by running when he's not on the mat.
 
Patrick is always looking to help Yoga Dublin members with their membership queries, should you have any questions, please feel free to contact him at info@yogadublin.com 
Barbara Maghella
 
Barbara discovered yoga when she moved to Ireland from Italy in 2003 and the practice has been a relevant part of her life ever since.

She attended training with inspiring teachers in Ireland and India, where she completed a 10 day silent meditation course and experienced life in an ashram on the shores of river Ganges.
 
She is a qualified as a Hatha Yoga teacher and continues learning Yoga as a way of life and self development.

She focuses on creating a safe and welcoming space where her students can deepen their awareness of body, breath and Self and find more space and vitality on and off the mat. Her classes are intended for all levels and focus on a mindful flow of breath and movement, with great attention to alignment.
Catherine Shields
 
Catherine’s passion is helping people achieve their health and fitness goals. She has an innate ability to work with people overcome the struggles they face and help them introduce the necessary changes to achieve their personal goals whether that be losing weight, building strength and/or increasing energy.

3BFIT stand for “Believe, Be Strong, Be Happy” and it’s Catherine’s motto which she instils into all her sessions.

Catherine’s focus area with clients include helping increase mobility, mind-set change, nutrition but mostly helping clients get stronger, leaner and fitter.

Catherine has a range of qualification including Personal Training, TRX, Training for Warriors, NCSC Phase 1 Strength and Conditioning, ISI Fat Loss Specialist, Pre & Post Natal and is continually attending different courses and workshops to help her keep up to date with the ever evolving industry.

Contact Catherine to book a free consultation:
Phone: 0876128992
Niamh Mulville
 
Niamh was introduced to yoga nearly four years ago while travelling, and was immediately drawn in by the focus on body and mind. Ever since her first experience of yoga, the physical and mental benefits of the practice have been numerous. Yoga has provided Niamh with a means to feel stronger in her body, while also teaching her to quieten the mind.
 
Niamh trained with Sibylle & Naomi at The Art of teaching in Yoga Dublin.
 

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