Returning to my roots

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”  ― Albert Einstein

I have always loved this quote; this particular January, however, it has special resonance for me as I slip my full attention back to the world of pilates, conscious movement and relaxation.

Some of you know that I explored another job option during 2018 – the safe, secure work of a public library. While I loved many aspects of library work, I have chosen to listen to my heart instead and go with my love of helping people move well through the discipline of pilates.

I sincerely thank my loyal clients who are returning to me in their droves despite the teaching gap – I went from nine classes a week to just two while I was working full-time in the Source Library in Thurles and most recently in Clonmel Library.

For starters in 2019, I am concentrating my group mat teaching in my favourite venue of Cashel Lodge and running five classes per week. I have spaces still in just two classes – in a new class on Monday evenings at 6pm and in a gentle morning class on Wednesdays at 11am.

I am generally available for private teaching using reformer and tower in my home studio on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  You can see my availability and book via my website – and do call me to discuss discounts for committing to four private pilates classes taken in three weeks!

Fridays are reserved for me to go to both yoga and pilates classes in other studios myself, thus continuing my own learning & practice, and also for visiting my elderly parents in Dublin. I have dreams of more reformers and a better group teaching space in my home space  – got to have dreams, eh!?

But, for now, I am excited and very happy to be back teaching in Cashel Lodge and from my small home studio. Looking forward to seeing some of you for the mindful movement of pilates very soon!