At Little bird we practice and teach safe, authentic yoga. Our teachers are all highly qualified in both yoga and anatomy. They teach varying styles and levels but all with commitment and care.
We hope you get to know some, if not all of our community and find the teacher who connects best with you: Whether you want to challenge yourself physically or simply indulge in complete relaxation, you will leave on a natural high.
Liz Costigan Fleury
Anthony has been teaching over 20 years. He initially studied Iyengar yoga and is a certified Iyengar teacher. He taught in this tradition until he was introduced to Ashtanga Yoga. From the very beginning, Anto fell in love with the Ashtanga practice, captured by the flowing techniques, challenging asanas, the breathing and the bandhas. Anto shares his wealth of knowledge in a thoughtful, heartfelt and moving class.
Amy found yoga more than 20 years ago, and began teaching 15 years ago. After a six month stay at a Sivananda Ashram she completed her first teacher training in 2001. In 2005 she found Ashtanga Yoga and with the guidance of her three main teachers she continues her daily practice and learning. Amy teaches Ashtanga, Hatha, Dynamic Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga.
Passionate about movement from an early age, Kitty commenced training as a Ballet dancer at five years old. With a diploma in dance and musical theatre she is also a personal trainer and fitness instructor. Kitty moved to a more therapeutic and holistic practice beginning with Pilates, and then Yoga, undertaking her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Samadhi in Dublin.
Jai Kartar Kaur
Cathy has been involved with yoga since 1996 and teaching continually in Dublin, Thailand & internationally since 2004. Over the years she has studied various styles of yoga including Iyengar, Hatha, Ashtanga yoga & meditation. She teaches yoga as a transformational process that explores the individuality of each person.
Bev has been teaching for over 20 years. She teaches Hatha, Core Vinyasa Yoga and Ashtanga Primary. She has a particular interest in 'The Science of Breath' and how it affects our well-being. Her playful nature encourages students to explore themselves through breath, movement and conscious connection. Bev is also trained in myofascial release techniques and is a Be-Activated-Muscle Activation Therapist.
Marion teaches vinyasa flow, yin and restorative yoga. Coming from a fitness and running background Yoga taught Marion to slow down and she realized doing less means actually gaining more in terms of strength, but also more awareness of the body and the connection to the mind. Finding the right balance between effort and ease, on the mat as well as off the mat. Marion is 500h Yoga Alliance certified and has been teaching yoga since 2014. Marion classes are challenging and dynamic, but yet mindful with the focus on breath and body mind connection.