We are a group of newly qualified Kundalini Yoga Instructors offering an Open Day to Celebrate and share these Teachings with the public on the 7th February 2015. This day promises to be both informative and transformative.
Truly a “Yoga for Everyone”, Kundalini Yoga differs from other forms of Yoga popular in the West. A holistic form of Yoga, it includes the full range of yogic practices – Physical Exercises, Meditation, Chanting of Mantra, Yogic Lifestyle, Diet and Energy Work. Kundalini Yoga gives many Therapeutic Benefits for a wide range of Mental Health complaints and disorders , from the moderate to the more severe. It has helped people overcome an array of personal challenges including addiction, stress, anxiety and interpersonal problems.
On our Open Day, you will have an opportunity to participate in Yoga Classes and Meditations.
Cost : €25 full day/€15 half day
Please contact us here to book in advance,
However drop in on day also available.
Concessions available for Unemployed.
Light Lunch available.
The Iveagh Gardens is a public park located between Clonmel Street and Upper Hatch Street, near the National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland. It is designated as a National Historic Property. The gardens are almost completely surrounded by buildings making them less noticeable and a little hard to find, unlike other green spaces in Dublin. This makes them one of Dublin's hidden gems.HistoryThe site of the gardens was shown in 1756 as Leeson's Fields after Joseph Leeson, 1st Earl of Milltown.Clonmell LawnsIn the late 18th century Lord Milltown leased the land to John Hatch, the principal developer of Harcourt and Hatch Streets. Hatch sold it to The 1st Earl of Clonmell (also known as "Copper-Faced Jack") as his private gardens. The gardens then became known as "Clonmell Lawns" Located on Harcourt Street is Clonmell House that faces on to Clonmell Street which leads into the Iveagh Gardens. A subterranean passage brought the Earl from his house to the gardens without him having to walk over the street. The Wide Streets Commission had planned for Clonmell Street to run through what is now the gardens thereby linking Harcourt Street to the then newly constructed Earlsfort Terrace. However, this passage was not located during archaeological monitoring conducted during the construction of the LUAS.Coburg GardensWhen the 1st Earl died in 1798, his son the 2nd Earl inherited the estate including Clonmell Gardens. The estate was sold in 1810 and the gardens were opened for public use around 1817 and renamed "Coburg Gardens" after the royal family of Saxe-Coburg. Entrance to the park was from the South Side of St Stephen's Green, the "Royal Horse Bazaar".
UnPlug run a range of programmes to help you be the master of technology as opposed to technology mastering you.
Our goal is to develop focus, calm and happiness in a distracted culture.
We have taken eastern practice (yoga and meditation) and complimented it with science (we work with a panel of psychologists/CBT & Neuroscience experts) making an evidence based programme that's accessible to everyone.
The Anton Savage Show is essential listening If you want to hear an Oscar winner talk about their latest project, discover why the juvenile sea squirt doesn’t need a brain or find out how to get the best from your health, relationships and family; this is the place to be. We'll share our favourite bits - video, photos, podcasts and more - on our Facebook Page.
FutureLAB is a new Irish collective and we are currently cooking up something very special.
Our mission is to discover the best in up-and-coming Irish electronic music, and to give these artists the stage that they deserve. Our homegrown talent will be complimented by some great visual artists, DJ's, and some very special guests from overseas. With the enthusiasm that only a Irish audience can bring to an event, we're sure that we've got some very exciting times ahead.
We hope you'll join us as we transform an array of spaces, and venues across Dublin, for these unique events and performances.
We are launching our first event in the newly renovated Andrews Lane Theatre, on Friday 13th of March, as part of the St.Patricks weekend. The venue is now operating under its new name, The Hanger.
The World's Leading Business & Self Empowerment Summit.
Witness some of the world's leading authorities from the corporate, leadership, personal development and mindfulness sphere. Each speaker will pour their attributes into a metaphorical mixing bowl and shower the audience with truth and inspiration as they take them through a guided journey of their life experiences.
This is for individuals who have a passion for constant improvement.
>Forward Thinking Organisations
>Motivation, Learning and Growth
-Envisage your short term goals and lifelong dreams.
-Engage with like minded professionals.
-Enrich your life and maximise your potential.
-Empower yourself with inspirational wisdom.
"I can honestly say that the Pendulum Summit compared very favourably with the best conferences I have attended in the US. The speaker line-up of high calibre thought-leaders (Irish and International), as well as successful Irish business leaders, was outstanding."
Maria O' Donoghue, Vice President, Global Learning & Talent Management, The Hertz Corporation
***LOST AND FOUND***
There is no contact number, you need to pop into the venue between 9.30-10.30pm any night of the week
We’ve brought a new nightclub experience to a Dublin scene in need of something different.
Winner of Nightclub of the year 2013/2014 at the National Hospitality Awards
Centrally located on Harcourt Street, Everleigh Garden is a unique nightclub experience. An electric atmosphere where our garden comes to life. This is a club for everyone.
Our music policy caters for everyone, from chart hits to electro-house and from RnB to all the old favourites. Combined with our almost-outdoor Mediterranean atmosphere, we know you’ll feel a world away from the city.
Keep watching this page to be invited to our garden parties.
A series of bars spanning 3 floors, the soaring interior of Café en Seine is amazing with a 3-storey atrium culminating in beautiful glass-panelled ceilings, enormous art nouveau glass lanterns, and statues among its many amazing features.
Enjoy a laid back café style experience by day. Lunch is served daily from noon where the menu features a selection of hot dishes, delicious soups, gourmet sandwiches and baguettes along with an excellent selection of coffees and yummy pastries.
By night, Cafe en Seine turns into one of Dublin's most stylish bars and late night venues offering an extensive range of cocktails, premium spirits and craft beers and groovy music. From Wednesday to Saturday the drinking and dancing goes to 2.30am. Plus, on Sunday there’s laid back Jazz Brunch from noon to 5pm.
We currently have 10 tables, 6 British pool and 4 American. Our prices are €12 per hour, with a cover charge of €5 for anyone who is bringing in booze. We look forward to seeing you down at The Hideout!.