A mindfulness practice on the Wild Atlantic Way
Green Blue Yoga
Bienvenue on my website, I hope you will find here some information of interest, feel free to get in touch with any questions.
Current yoga classes
Mondays & Thursdays 9:30am - Morning vinyasa yoga at Caherdaniel Community Hall
Weekly class at Valentia Island Cable Station
Last updated: 18th February 2020
About Green Blue Yoga
Green Blue Yoga
Back in 2007, I attended my first yoga class, looking for a form of exercise that may alleviate shoulder cramps and lower back pain. Did yoga change my life? Maybe... As I kept on practicing, I gained flexibility, muscle tone and a new self-awareness. I learnt to observe my life in a kind, assertive and trusting way. I had started building a career in IT, working with people all over the world for multinational corporations but realised this didn't really suit me. So in 2017, I traveled to India to train as yoga teacher and back in Ireland I also qualified as an equestrian trek leader, before moving from Cork to South Kerry and pursue the life I dreamt of as a child.
Today, I live in a most beautiful place, amongst wild natural landscapes and a wonderful community. I am ever so grateful to yoga for providing me with a deeper connection to myself, unlocking the self-confidence to find my own way, and I hope to share some of these many benefits through teaching.
Oh, and by the way, I am French, settled in Ireland since 2005. When I chose the name Green Blue Yoga, I was simply watching the deep colours of the sea and land surrounding me, but I guess it works for my native and adoptive countries' colours too ! 🙏💚💙