Chris Feld

Health & Wellbeing Weekend Timetable

Date: Sat 10th Jan 2015 – Sun 11th Jan 2015

From: 10am – 5pm

The Dublin Holistic Centre would like to welcome you to come and try a class or book on to an informative workshop for FREE, this weekend, the 10th and 11th of January 2015.

To encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and find a new hobby for 2015 we are offering a number of various classes such as Pilates, Bellydancing, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and many styles of Yoga some suitable for beginners, some for seniors, some styles suitable for more vigorous students (ask us which best suits your needs).
There will be a number of Informative Workshops also free for you to book on to:
Acupuncture Talk, Power of Now and how it pertains to our lives, Nutrition Talk, Aromatherapy Talk all of which will be very interesting and thought provoking.
If you would like to sign up for one or more classes we are taking Registrations by Email preferably. 
1) Email   [email protected] with the classes or workshops you wish to register for.
2) Your mobile phone number.
3) Your fitness level or health level.
4) What you wish to get from the class, ie) if you wish to learn how to calm the mind there are a number of classes we could suggest.
5) Would you like to book a treatment this Health and Wellness weekend? There is a special offer for participants who register for a class or workshop and that weekend also book a treatment, Reflexology, Reiki, Holistic Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Relaxation Massage, Indian Head Massage, Facial Massage all are on offer for an hour for €40, instead of €60.
NOTE: Numbers are limited please book on early to avoid disappointment.
Classes and workshops are subject to change, dependent on numbers, we reserve the right to cancel or change any classes or workshops advertised for this Health and Wellness Weekend.
10.30-11.30am Beginners – Level 1 PILATES with Karen from Cordero Conditioning
11.30-12.30 – Mixed Level PILATES with Karen from Cordero Conditioning
12.45-1.45 – Bellydance (open level) with Jasmin Skrutl
2.15-3.15 – Soul Dance with Laura Dowdall
3.45-4.45 Yoga Nidra Meditation – Alyson McEvoy
10.30-11.30am – Meditation with Tessa van Keekan
12-12.45 – Aromatherapy with Julie Pone
1.15 – 1.45pm – Acupuncture with Inna Suprun
2.15 – 3pm –  Power of Now and our lives with John Doherty
3.30 – 4.30pm – Nutrition with Denise Keane – Irish Paleo Girl
10.30-11.30am Hypnotherapy with Anders
11.45am –  12.45 Hatha Yoga with an Ayurvedic influence with Alessio
1 – 2pm – Scaravelli Yoga with Uta Kaiser
2.15 – 3.15pm – Mindfulness Meditation with Jennifer Keenan
3.30 – 4.30pm – Tai Chi with Sean O’Grady
10am-11am Healing Yoga open level with Laura Dowdall
11.30am -12.40 Hatha Yoga flow with Eimear Beardmore
1 – 2pm Ashtanga Yoga with Mark Kinghan
2.15 – 3.15pm Qi Gong with Mark Kinghan
3.30 – 4.30pm Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Chris Feld
Yoga Nidra class opens with a prelude of gentle hatha yoga stretches to warm and open the body. We then move into pranayama (deep breathing techniques to open the lungs, refreshing the oxygen supply to the whole body). We often practice some chanting or mantra to deepen our experience, before we lie out onto the floor to practice the ancient meditation and deep relaxation technique of Yoga Nidra. This is a gentle, easy to do technique which relaxes not only the body, but also the mind, emotions and spirit.

*Please wear warm, loose and comfortable clothing.
With Alyson McEvoy

Level: Open – All welcome, no previous experience of meditation necessary
Japanese Mindfulness Meditation with Tessa Van Keenkan … A fusion of techniques that have been used for centuries and modern day Mindfulness practices. The focus is on using the breath and mindfulness to calm body & mind and to stay in the present moment. The classes can help you to build a meditation practice that you can apply in all aspects of your daily life. The class is open to beginners and experienced meditators alike. There is no need to wear special clothing, just something you’re comfortable in (there are changing facilities if you do want to change).

Aromatherapy Talk – Essential Oils in our lives – with Julie Pone

So what is an essential oil – why is quality important – how should we use them in general – the benefits of oil application (aromatouch) – Brief description of the benefits of each of the oils used and everyone will get to smell the oils used during an aromatouch massage: Balance (Grounding Blend), Lavender, Melaleuca (tea tree), On guard (protective blend), Deep Blue (pain relief blend), Peppermint and Wild Orange.

Contact: Dublin Holistic Centre

Tel: 01 633 0063

Email: [email protected]

New Yoga course and New Classes 2015

Chris Feld

I am a Personal Trainer, Yoga Teacher, Functional Training Specialist, Vegan Athlete, Trekker and Climber with an enthusiasm for all things digital.