Clonmel Sports Yoga Workshop. Sunday 8th & 29th April 11am.

Following a successful weekend workshop I’ve decided to add 2 dates: Sunday 11am 8th and 29th of April, to the list for Clonmel. These are 90 minute yoga workshops suitable for all levels.

Performance Yoga is Physio-led Yoga. Suffering from a recurrent injury or tried everything to reduce your back pain? Performance Yoga designed and led by me, Orla Crosse, Chartered Physiotherapist may be the stretch you need! Each session will be designed and fine tuned according to bookings made and requests taken. On booking you will be emailed a short medical form to allow you to briefly outline any relevant medical info or injuries past or present that you are working on.

As a Chartered Physiotherapist with a decade of experience working with sports injuries, the yoga sequences I develop have Injury Prevention as top priority. We work on finding your weakest stability point, challenging it safely, and building your strength. I will give you the tools and knowledge in this workshop to add to your own strength and conditioning sessions. Once weak areas strengthen and stabilise, you may notice tight areas such as hamstrings feeling freer, less restricted and likely to cramp!

Take yourself out of your comfort zone, don’t be shy and prepare to be challenged in a strength and conditioning environment to help you perform at your sport, or just in general in life!


Sunday 8th April 11.00am Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy, Gurtnafleur Business Park, Clonmel. – FULLY BOOKED

Additional date added:

Sunday 29th April 11.00am- Taking bookings.


€35 for the 90 min workshop.

Early bird rate €30, on or before Fri 30th March.

A deposit of €10 will secure your place on your chosen workshop, balance payable at the start of the class.

For BOOKINGS and general queries, email (easier when with patients during the day) or call 087 0977748.

All levels welcome.

Orla is a practicing Chartered Physiotherapist with clinics in Clonmel and Limerick.  After over a decade of experience working as a Physiotherapist she has a way of simplifying movement in a calm and easy manner. Orla regularly writes for the Irish Runner magazine, features on RTE Lifestyle and Wellfest blogs and was recently interviewed on Newstalk by Ivan Yates on his drive time show to talk about the benefits of the specialised work she does.