At a loose end and wondering what’s on this weekend? We’ve got you covered, with the best events taking place around the country
There’s charity yoga events and cycling events taking place around the country, so if you’re wondering what’s on this weekend there’s plenty of wellness-inspired events to take part in.
What’s on in Dublin this weekend?
Giving Back Through Yoga with Sibylle Dallmann @ LexIcon Library
Join Sibylle for one of her legendary SoulFire workshops, all in aid of Rise Rwanda, an incredible foundation brought into existence by Patricia O’Neill.
The practice that will offer you the time and space to slow down and muse. Flossing out stagnation and scratching on the surface of how we truly want to live. While the proceeds will help the charity support education for children in Rwanda and empower women entrepreneurs.
Saturday, June 9 from 1.30 – 3pm. Tickets are priced at €20 and are available here
Let Go and Find Presence @ Sweaty Soul Studio
In this workshop lead by Molly McKeever, you’ll use yoga connected with breath to release habitual tension. If it no longer serves you you’ll leave it behind after class.
Busy-minded people carry around worries, fear, and anxiety. This class creates a sacred space to let go of these old patterns. The goal is to create an outlet for stress that enables you to boost your mood and increase your energy.
You’ll begin with time to connect to your intention before slowly moving through poses and breathing techniques. Molly shapes this class with an intention, allowing the practitioner to address what they are feeling and let go of negative mental energy.
Saturday, June 9 from 12 – 2pm. Tickets are priced at €30 and are available here
What’s on in Mayo this weekend?
Explore Mayo cycle
This is the sixth year of the Explore Mayo Cycle and this year there are three routes to suit all levels of cyclists.
The 50km route is geared towards the beginner from Breaffy to Castlebar to Partry where refreshments will be served.
The 100km route is more suitable for intermediate level cyclists and takes in the beautiful countryside of Tourmakeady, Finney, Clonbur/Cong and back through Ballinrobe.
The third and final route is 150km and passes through the picturesque village of Lecanvey (via Westport), Louisburgh, Delphi, Leenane and then joins up with the 100km route.
The event starts and finishes at Breaffy.
Saturday, June 9 from 9am – 6pm. Entry is priced from €35 and you can register here