YOGA - Hatha Flow Yoga with Johanna Varghese
Hatha Flow Yoga
Hatha is a general category of yoga, usually referring to yoga that uses the practices of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (yoga breathing exercises).
These postures and exercises can help to bring peace to the mind and body, and to help preparing the body for practices such as meditation.
Hatha Flow yoga involves doing these posture in synchronisation with the breath, and in particular doing them in a continuous flow from one posture to the next.
This style of yoga emphasises the balance between effort and remaining relaxed and aware, and is very accessible for newcomers to yoga.
Johanna Varghese - Hatha Flow Teacher in the DBC
Johanna has been practising yoga since 1995 and been teaching in Dublin since 2003. She not only teaches in the Dublin Buddhist Centre, but also with Yoga Ireland, as well as on the teacher training course for Contemporary Yoga, Cork.
She qualified with Contemporary Yoga, Cork, under the tutelage of Charlie Stevens and Marianne Gabriel. She has also studied Viniyoga on the Sadhana Mala course for two years with Dave Charleton, Ranju Roy and Hanna Gillespie of Clonlea Yoga Studios, and has trained in asana/somatic practice with Dave Curtis in the style of Vinyasa flow.
On top of all this she is also qualified as an urban planner/architect and is a mother of three.
Do Hatha Flow Yoga with Us
Our Hatha Flow classes happen on Thursdays, 6.pm - 7.15pm.
See our main yoga page for dates and to book on for our Iyengar courses.