Helen Sherlock

Tel: 087 7911837

Lotus Position

Yoga weekend 29th-31st March 2019

Tigh Roy, Glen of Aherlow, Co. Tipperary

Deepen your yoga practice, make new friends, enjoy wonderful home-cooked food, soak up the outdoors and relax in the sauna.

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"I came to yoga late-ish ! in life. Yoga is one of the best things I ever did. Flexibility, co-ordination, strength and muscle tone - all of huge value to me. It has a beneficial spin-off with my weight control. Very good for me. I recommend it to all my friends and acquaintances. " Christy Kerins

"Helen's class has helped me to understand what yoga is all about and how my body works within its practices, it has strengthened my core muscle group, has corrected my posture, increased my flexibility and has given me a confidence in my ability to stretch. Most importantly for me, it has taught me to appreciate the importance of self-improvement - through a small daily yoga exercise routine and, even more importantly, some daily meditation." Pauline O'Sullivan

"As someone who suffers with stiff muscles I find yoga a great way to loosen up and feel energised afterwards. Helen Sherlock is a top class yoga teacher who creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere in all her classes" Margaret Sheridan



Dublin Yoga Classes

Yoga is a wonderful way to relax and unwind while also toning up and getting fit. It is suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness. I am a qualified Hatha and Ashtanga yoga teacher with over 20 years teaching experience.



2018 Group Classes




Room PG11, All Hallows, Drumcondra



Cian House, 1 Cian Park, Drumcondra    





NO lunchtime class Thu 21st February.

NOT a new year’s resolution (Seane Corn, US yoga teacher and activist)

1. Write down 2 or 3 things that someone who loves you would use to describe you. Choose the qualities you think others appreciate about you e.g. playful, grounded, intelligent, risk taking, funny, kind

2. Write the ways that you express those qualities in the world e.g. through cooking, knitting, volunteering, art, teaching

3. Write down your ideal vision of the world e.g. ‘I envision a world free from violence’ or ‘a world where everyone has enough good food to eat’ or ‘where people are open-minded and tolerant’

4. Put it all together in a single statement ‘I will use my intelligence, good humour and kindness, through cooking food for people I love, volunteering and painting, to create a world that is free from violence and in which everyone is tolerant and has an open mind.’ Then do it!