In the Sat nam Yoga centre you can enjoy a wide range of yoga classes in Galway city.
As each Yoga teacher and therapist operates independently, we aim to provide a warm, safe and private space, whilst operating as a community for the Galway community.
Yoga is a form of physical exercise that will have positive effects on your body and mind. It is a highly effective tool to help calm the body and mind, as well as alleviate stress, leaving you more relaxed, energised and calm.
Yoga gives energy, which enables us to lead life fully and with enjoyment, and works on lots of different levels of our being.
Physically it strengthens the body by developing greater flexibility and balance. It can give relief from numerous common ailments and allows stress to loosen its grip on us.
Psychologically, yoga sharpens the intellect, aids concentration and steadies the emotions. And beyond that, yoga brings awareness and the ability to be still, which gives rise to inner peace.
We offer the public the opportunity to experience yoga in Galway, with a broad range of yoga classes, in an intimate and peaceful setting right in Galway city centre, with easy access to parking and other amenities.
We aim to provide excellence with a personal touch, keeping our classes small, for individual attention. We welcome people of all ages and abilities.Each member can engage at the level they are comfortable with, from the beginner right through to regular students, there is something for everyone.
For our classes, have a look at our TIMETABLE
Why not try it? Our classes cater for all levels of age and experience. Our custom yoga room is a beautiful space in which to do yoga.
Benefits of Yoga
There are many benefits of yoga. Apart from benefits to your body, there are many benefits for your mind and controlling emotions.
- Better posture
- Better sleep
- Better digestion
- Increased flexibility, strength, and energy
- Stress relief
- Muscle tone
- Improved balance, metabolism, mood, and blood circulation
Yoga is an ancient physical and spiritual discipline and branch of philosophy that originated in India reportedly more than 5,000 years ago. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means “to join or yoke together,” – it brings the body and mind together into one harmonious experience.
Yoga uses stretching, movement, breathing methods, relaxation and meditation to exercise your body AND mind.
There are lots of different types of yoga: some exercise the body more and some concentrates on relaxation and meditation.
Ask lots of questions about the type of yoga being taught before signing up for a class.