Community Yoga in Cork

No one has ever become poor by giving @annefrank

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Many people wait to give back, but the truth is, no matter what resources you have, you can start today. And the truth is, even if you have very little, if you’re not giving back now, you won’t if you become wildly successful. Contribution is a mindset that enables us to devote part of our lives to helping others – it’s not about how much you have.
I believe living is about giving. Creating meaning. Having and serving a purpose.

I live my purpose each day when I teach when I am surrounded by people and I can create and hold a space for them to explore their own yoga.

These are our new projects for the Community:

Yoga for Community at the Public Library. These classes are free and the intention is to offer yoga to those who might not afford to go to classes. Because yoga is for everybody.
Charity yoga classes to support C.S.P.C.A. – dog shelter in Mahon point. This is a 2-hour class once per month, on a Sunday afternoon.

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Happy Joygy's

Laura is a fantastic teacher with great attention to breath, flow and correct alignment. I really enjoyed her fabulous class and feel refreshed and free in my body afterwards. I would definitely recommend! Thanks again Laura

LAURA FURLONG

Dancing Teacher

I usually go to the gym so when I saw Laura's event I said I'll give Yoga a try. I love it, I really think that a combination of Gym and Yoga would be beneficial to everybody

RADU STOIA

Digital Marketing Consultant, TheCodeGene

Laura's classes are an oasis of tranquility in a busy week. Laura demonstrates a deep knowledge of yoga and leads each session in a calm and thoughtful manner that always challenges the body while relaxing the mind. The guided meditation at the end of each session helps me achieve a level of deep relaxation that is hard to reproduce elsewhere. I leave each class feeling very relaxed, well stretched and looking forward to the next session. I highly recommend Laura's yoga classes as a form of exercise and to relieve some of the stresses of everyday life.

BERNARD K.

Senior Project Manager, Poppulo

“Yoga is not a work-out, it is a work-in. And this is the point of spiritual practice; to make us teachable; to open up our hearts and focus our awareness so that we can know what we already know and be who we already are.” — Rolf Gates

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