Abaigéal Warfield, originally from Celbridge, specialises in teaching Yin Yoga. Yin is a slow and mindful form of yoga that targets the deep connective tissues. Her Yin Yoga classes are gentle, and student centred. She is passionate about helping others on their yoga journey. She uses Yin to help students to learn how to use compassion and kindness towards themselves both on and off the mat.
Abaigéal began her yoga journey after the sudden loss of her mother in 2007. She has practiced various styles over the years: Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Acro Yoga, Aerial Yoga, and Yin Yoga. She has experienced, first-hand, the transformative and healing power of yoga during grief and depression. In 2014 Abaigéal became an accredited Vinyasa Flow teacher after completing a 200-hour teacher training with Paula Mitten of Frog Lotus International and Durga. In 2018 she completed training in Yin Yoga with Josh Summers in 2018.
Recognising the need for more slow time in today's fast paced world, Abaigéal decided to specialise in teaching Yin Yoga. Her classes focus on cultivating mindfulness and calm. When not on her mat, Abaigéal is a professional historian and amateur poet is currently writing her first book about witches in early modern Germany. In her free time she loves cycling, rock climbing and board games.