Shadow hatha yoga with PamShadow Hatha Yoga Zoom classes are now Wednesday morning, as of 18 October.

Get in touch if you’d like to join, or book a class here.

Wednesdays to 6 December

7:30 – 8:30 am

Drop in €15

Six classes €66

Bonus: Recording available for a week.


SAVE THE DATESBalakrama Sharva

Two workshops coming up in Wicklow

Balakrama basics

Saturday November 25

9 – 11:30 am


Suitable for beginners to Shadow yoga, those seeking a refresher

Join weekly Zoom classes to support your practice every Wednesday 7:30 – 8:30am. Drop in €15.

Benefits of the Balakrama

  • You’ll feel stronger! The Warrior and Archer poses stoke the fire of agni, your digestive fire. This refers to physical and mental digestion – food, and processing events and happenings in your life.
  • Your mental focus will be enhanced through the structure and rhythm of the practice.
  • Joint mobility improves. The joint warm up is a gentle hint to the body that we use at every practice, and the toes, ankles, knees and hips gain power and space through the Balakrama activity.
  • It’s good for your bones. Static standing poses help to maintain strong leg bones which support bone density
  • Your breathing becomes deeper more rhythmic. As we apply “good stress” to the body and practice maintaining a smooth inhalation and exhalation, the lungs grow more capable of this deeper breathing.
  • Coordination improves through the “prana mudra” elements. “Prana” is the life energy that circulates, and “mudra” is a position. We move the arms in an expressive way, moving our energy as well.
  • The sum of this work cultivates a foundation for seated asana.

Balakrama full practice

Saturday January 27

9 – 11:30 am


Suitable for those with some yoga experience

Join weekly Zoom classes to support your practice every Wednesday 7:30 – 8:30am. Drop in €15, 8 weeks €88.

Benefits of the Balakrama full practice

Breathing will deepen and become more rhythmic

Stamina improves

Coordination is refined

Joint mobility improves

A strong foundation is established for seated work, and for further Prelude work