Wild Atlantic Way Yoga
Wild Atlantic Way Yoga is a farmhouse with a double height under-floor heated yoga studio on the Old Head of Kinsale. After 10 years of various Yoga holidays throughout Europe and India, it’s the brain-child of Shirley O’Halloran, who wanted to bring all of these lovely experiences to the Wild Atlantic Way. The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest defined coastal touring route, from the Old Head of Kinsale (Co Cork) all along the western coast of Ireland to Malin Head in Co Donegal.
The Farmhouse, a beautifully restored traditional cottage is situated on the Old Head of Kinsale. It’s 4 miles from the famous “Old Head Golf Links” and 3 miles from the long sandy beaches of Garretstown and of course the beginning of the Wild Atlantic Way.
So immerse yourself in yoga, relax in beautiful surroundings nurture your body with superfoods and join us at the intimate setting of The Farmhouse (only 8 guests) at Wild Atlantic Way Yoga.
Check out all our Yoga Events at the Wild Atlantic Way Yoga Sanctuary
Treat yourself to Wild Atlantic Way Yoga Vouchers. You Deserve It!!
July, August, September and November Yoga Events and Wellness Days at the Wild Atlantic Way Yoga Farmhouse
Yoga Wellness Days
Celebrate MIDSUMMER BY THE SEA with Gretta Jacobs and Mary Brandt at the Wild Atlantic Way Yoga Farmhouse Kinsale
Wild Atlantic Way Yoga,
The Farmhouse, Dooneen Upper,Kinsale, Cork, Ireland ,County Cork-P17TP27
August 10, 2019
August 17, 2019
About Gretta Jacobs and Mary Brandt
A New England native, Gretta Jacobs has over 11 years experience teaching yoga, with extensive knowledge in various styles such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Prana Flow, Restorative, pre and postnatal, and Chair yoga. She has worked with students aged 8 to 85 and gives both private and group yoga lessons. Gretta is also Reiki certified and has taught various meditation workshops. Gretta believes in the power of yoga to transform, heal and open one’s awareness to self.
Mary started her practice in the fall of 2013 when she had many old injuries from playing sports including slipped discs in her neck that were causing a lot of pain. She fell in love with the fluid movements that vinyasa offered and the challenge that the inversions could give and was quickly hooked. Trained in vinyasa, hot yoga, yoga sculpt and restorative yoga as a 200 hr E-RYT. Mary’s strengths for teaching come from learning more about how to move with injury and her love of anatomy.