"I discovered yoga on a yoghurt carton a number of years ago and started to practice at home. Then I took some classes, then took some more and have loved every minute of this journey so far.
I have deepened my knowledge and love of yoga through study with various amazing teachers in Dublin and around the world. I've been on retreats and trainings in Australia, Thailand, India, Morocco and Malta. I've studied Yoga Therapy, Forrest Yoga, Ashtanga, Anusara and Vinyasa Flow. I have been lucky enough to study with such internationally renowned teachers as Bridget Woods-Kramer, Judy Krupp, Maria Kirsten, Sequoia Henning and Mark Breadner.
I completed my 200hr yoga teacher training in 2009 with Tribe Yoga in Goa, India. In 2010 I studied Yoga Therapy with Byron Yoga in Australia which has given me further ways to make yoga accessible to every body. Most recently I have completed the Anusara Immersion programme with Christy Nones McKenzie.
I now teach Hatha flow yoga with an emphasis on clear instruction, safe alignment, breath and flow."
Sinéad also practices Thai Yoga Massage!
Sinéad has over 400 hours of training in bodywork including Holistic Massage, Trigger point therapy and Ayurvedic Yoga Massage but when she discovered Thai Yoga Massage she knew she had found something really special that she would practice and share with as many people as possible.
To understand all aspects of this healing system, Sinéad traveled to Thailand to immerse herself in the world of Thai Massage at its origin. She spent 4 months studying this ancient art form in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand - her mission to absorb as much knowledge and wisdom as her teachers could share. She studied with the Sunshine Network, Ajarn Sinchai Sukparset, Lek Chaiya's school for Nervetouch massage, and the Sunshine School completing courses in Thai Yoga Massage, Nervetouch Massage, Therapeutic Thai Massage and Movement Dysfunction Assessment & Treatment using Thai Massage.
Sinéad is also a qualified yoga teacher and has studied Yoga Therapy at Byron Bay, Australia to deepen her understanding of bodies, energy and how massage and yoga can work together.
Sinéad is very excited to be back in Ireland to share these ancient healing forms.
“Every new experience of yoga and bodywork has deepened my love for it and expanded my desire to spread the increased well-being, joy and flow that they have brought into my life”
Come experience the magic of Thai massage for yourself!