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New classes at cork city pilates and yoga

Wednesday, 8th April, 2015 6:45pm

Yoga and pilates instructor, Carmel Lynch, has started a new class called 'Body Balance' on Tuesday mornings at 11am in the Clarion Hotel, 14 April. This class will be a mix of pilates, yoga and relaxation.

Carmel has also recently started  aqua yoga in the pool in the Clarion Hotel, aimed  towards seniors who require a low resistance workout in the water.

Not to leave out the newbies, Cork City Pilates and Yoga is also  starting a new beginners' pilates class on Blarney Street, 14 April at 7pm.  

"Pilates focuses on strengthening and toning the core, and enhances the tummy area for flexibility," says Carmel.

"Multiple muscle groups work in-sync in even, rhythmic movements that focus on strengthening the core, which is the abdomen, back and pelvic girdle region. It encourages flexibility that improves posture, decreases stress and creates leaner muscles."

Cork City Pilates and Yoga was opened three years ago by Carmel Lynch, offering pilates, yoga and yogalates to the people of Cork.

The classes range from beginners to advanced levels, men's only, gentle yoga classes for pregnant women and seniors.

Carmel delivers classes in the Ballyphehane, Togher, Midleton and the city centre (the Clarion Hotel).

Cork City Pilates and Yoga offer a pay-as-you-go system with €12 euro a class, and €60 euro for six classes.

If you wish to book an appointment, call Carmel on 086-8012300 or visit and

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