Susan Ní Dhubhlaoich
is the founder of Ajna Yoga Zone. She has been practicing yoga for over 10 years is a certified yoga instructor since 2009. She has taught yoga internationally (US and Asia), across Ireland (Dublin, Galway, Athlone) and loves to travel, teach and practice a range of styles including Power Vinyasa, Bikram, Yin, Ashtanga and Kundalini yoga.
Susan currently teaches both traditional Hot Yoga and Vinyasa Flow style classes in Dublin. She also teaches mindfulness and Yin yoga – a slower, deeper, more meditative practice which develops inner strength and calmness.
”For me yoga began as a simple ”sweat + stretch” endeavour. I stumbled into a stiflingly hot Bikram yoga studio 10 years ago with teflon-tight hamstrings and I just kept going back. Whilst my practice began as a way to heal my stubborn marathon-running tight hamstrings, little did I realise how much yoga would, in time, stretch my mind, body, life and world view in so many weird and wonderful ways. As my practice has evolved, today ‘my real yoga’ is as much about what is happening for me OFF the mat as what is happening ON the mat. Yoga helps me to be grateful, contented and find balance in everyday life.”
When Susan is not falling out of postures or teaching yoga part-time she works runs her own marketing consultancy Ajna Marketing Zone.
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Yoga Qualifications – Susan Ní Dhubhlaoich
- 2009: Absolute Hot Yoga RYT 200 Hour Teacher Training – Thailand
- 2013: Bikram Yoga 9 week Teacher Training – USA
- 2014: Vinyasa Flow RYT 200 Hour Teacher Training – Indonesia
- 2014: Yin 50 Hour Teacher Training – Indonesia
- 2016: Yin 100 Hour Teacher Training – Dublin
Susan is also an ITEC and FETAC qualified massage therapist with a keen interest in anatomy and bodywork.
Paschimottansana in Jakarta, Indonesia