Morning Yoga with Louise
Louise’s yoga class will be held every Thursday from 10 to 11.15 am. This is a gently-paced class where students learn how to align, open and strengthen the body gradually while stabilizing the platforms of the feet and ankles, hips and pelvis and shoulder girdle. The class begins with general and targeted warm-up sequences followed by postures (Asanas) and Vinyasa (breath-connected) sequences before final relaxation in Savasana. To find out more, call Louise on 087-6032202 (booking is essential). The class will be returning on 10th Jan 2019.
Our very popular Chair Yoga class will take place on Thursdays from 11.30 am to 12.45 pm. Chair Yoga is suitable for almost everyone and helps students find balance and calm in everyday life. The class takes students through centering and breath-work, followed by postures that let the joints move through their range of movement whilst seated or through use of the chair whilst standing. Call Louise on 087-6032202. (booking is essential). The class will be returning on 10th Jan 2019.
Irish Dancing Classes
Irish Dancing on Saturday mornings from 9am-10am. Classes cater for any age over 3yrs and all levels including absolute beginners. Registered members of An Comhdhail, fully Garda Vetted and insured. Contact details for enquiries are Cian Flood TCRG (086-1293807), Eimear McGrath TCRG (085-7180926), email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook.com/mgfschool or search “McGrath Flood School of Irish Dancing”. The class will be returning on 12th Jan 2019.
Closed AA Meetings are held in the Brockagh Resource Centre at 8.30 p.m. every Monday night all year round. Open over Christmas and New Year.
Badminton Junior and Seniors
Badminton classes are on Mon evenings in the Brockagh Centre at 7pm (Junior 4th class up) with Seniors from 8pm and on Thursday evenings with a repeat of the same classes. Contact Finian on 086 247 6822.
Christmas Carols by candlelight in the Monastic City
A great way to start Christmas, in one of the most evocative settings in Wicklow.
We invite you to join us on Tuesday 18th December at 7.30pm for a unique event to celebrate Christmas. Beginning with a candlelit procession through the monastic gates we will proceed to the ruins of the candlelit Cathedral for an evening of traditional carol singing in the monastic style. Some of our most familiar carols would have been sung here by the monks of Glendalough themselves in the 8th and 9th centuries. Tea and Coffee will be provided afterwards in the Glendalough Hotel courtesy of Pat Casey. This a free event and open to everyone, including children, which must be accompanied by an adult. Assemble in the Glendalough Hotel car park at 7.15pm. Wrap up warm and bring your own lantern/torch and singing voice.
Appeal for Sleeping Bags and Hats
Sleeping bags and warm hats (preferably dark-coloured) are being collected for the homeless. Phone Orla on 087-2471079 to arrange collection (from anywhere). Alternatively, you can drop items into St. Kevin’s Parish Office.