Everybody say ‘Om’…Yoga is Back!

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Good news for yoga lovers! The Collective Waterford yoga studio is reopening it's doors on July 1st. Book your class now.

You can’t beat a proper stretch! I don’t know about you, but the idea of getting myself into some downward dog positions right now sounds very appealing. With over three months of yoga studios being closed, The Collective Waterford is finally reopening their studios on July 1st. Good news for yoga lovers.

Time to bring back some zen into your life

I don’t know about you, but if you are one of the ones who’ve worked from home sitting on maybe not the most ergonomic chair, then now is your chance to sort that back out and quieten your wandering mind. Check out their Facebook page where they take you through their safety protocols for when you arrive at the studios. Impressive.


Book online now

Hot yoga, Ayurveda yoga and Hatha yoga, plus a meditation room – it’s well worth a visit to. Check out their weekly schedule below. With lots of types of yoga classes being run, there’s something to suit every ability and taste. Remember classes fill up quickly so book online now through their Facebook page.



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