Yoga on Baginbun beach
Fethard-on-Sea, New Ross, Co. Wexford
Maximum 15 people per class
Morning Beach Yoga
on Baginbun beach Co.Wexford
No equipment, no contact & you must bring your own yoga mat or towel to practise on. Classes are subject to change depending on the weather and the best way to stay up to date on upcoming classes is to sign up to our mailing list here.
These classes are for all levels and we will support you and give lots of options and variations for anyone who is just beginning or needs modifications. This is a one hour class including a breathing practise or meditation followed by an all levels Vinyasa Flow yoga weaving in elements of Kundalini & Yin yoga for a fun well rounded class with variations and modifications to suit every body. There will be plenty of opportunities to rest & skip vinyasas throughout so whether you’re a complete beginner or a well practised yogi you are very welcome to join.
Weather permitting we will most likely jump in for a swim or a paddle after each beach class and welcome you to join us too. It’s totally optional and not part of the class.
Classes are currently being held online only and we look forward to getting back to our beach yoga classes as soon as we can. If you would like to join our online classes, click here for full details.
Beach Yoga Class
Please state which day(s) you’re booking for when purchasing this option. Option to pay in person on the beach or via Revolut. Be sure to get in touch to secure your spot. By booking these beach classes you agree to the terms of the disclaimer below.
If for any reason you are not in a position to pay full price, if you are a student, want to attend frequently for a discounted rate just get in touch and I will reserve your place. We want these classes to be available to all who want to take part. Payments can be made via Paypal or debit card by using the links above or in person at the beach classes. Your payment could simply be sharing our posts and telling other people about these classes. Don’t hesitate to get in touch and sign up.
The practice of yoga asanas requires you – the practitioner – to gauge the safety of your practice within your personal physical limitations. It is better to build up slowly than to force and strain. Whilst you may feel exertion at some times during practise you should also feel relaxed.
The techniques and suggestions presented in class are not intended to substitute for professional medical advice and you should consult your physician before beginning any new exercise program including yoga.
By taking part in our yoga classes you acknowledge and represent that:
- to the best of your knowledge, you suffer from no medical or physical condition or disability that will or might increase the normal risks associated with exercise; [and / or]
- your doctor has approved your participation in our yoga classes.
You must inform us, as soon as possible, if:
- you suffer from any [new] injury, illness or other medical condition;
- you feel any pain or discomfort during an yoga class; or
- you feel that any exercise included in an yoga class would be unsafe or uncomfortable for you.
Niamh Colfer & Liam Colfer at Livin’ off the Hook assumes no responsibility for injuries suffered while practicing these techniques. We will not be liable to you in respect of any personal injury (including without limitation serious injury or death) that you may suffer or sustain directly or indirectly as a result of attending our yoga classes. Nor will we be liable to you in respect of any other losses arising as a result of any such personal injury. We will not be liable to you in respect of any of your personal property that is lost, stolen or damaged before, during or after an yoga class.