Yoga For Climbers is now online
Hi everyone, I hope you're doing OK and taking care of yourselves and one another right now.
Classes and one to ones are now online.
Join me to stay healthy and ready to climb. Lets embrace yoga to take care of our wellbeing in this challenging time.
“Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen Hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon.
Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is.”
Mary Anne Radmacher
Meet Eithne - Founder and Teacher
My name is Eithne Kane. (Pronunciation more like eth - na for those who are wondering :)
I am a Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher, a professional dancer (click here for more info) and an avid rock climber.
I found yoga in 2008 when a back injury was causing me a lot of pain and making my dance school training almost impossible. Yoga helped me to refind the confidence and mobility I had lost due to the injury and even years on is essential to me maintaining a happy spine and being able to climb, dance and explore movement in the myriad of ways I'm passionate about.
After years of practising and discovering the huge benefits of Yoga I finally got to the stage when I decided I want to be able to share yoga with my students. I have taught dance for many years but wanted to be able to teach Yoga in its pure form and to work with people of all levels and experience. I undertook my 200 hour YTT in Indonesia at Serenity Yoga Lembongan www.serenityyogalembongan.com.
I teach sessions from beginners, to seasoned Yogi's, classes for cross training for climbers, dancers, runners, cyclists and classes for those who want to get a little more daring and acrobatic in their yoga practise.
I truly believe that movement and meditation are for everyone. Being present in your body and understand it quirks and it's personality gives us a real sense of power and freedom. So if you want to try it out and have questions about the best classes or route for you please don't hesitate to get in touch.
For me, being outside and close to nature helps me live in the moment and appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. I hope to share this experience with you. Come play in the mountains with me.