Laragh Glendalough Notes Week Beg 11th Oct 2021

Yoga Classes With Louise

Yoga is back at the centre in the spacious main hall area. Booking is essential to ensure it is safe for you to attend.  Call Louise on 087-6032202.

About Chair Yoga 

Chair /Seated Yoga is suitable for those who find a regular yoga class too strenuous, are recovering from injury or illness or are generally less active and mobile. Classes from 11.30 to 12.30pm. 

About Vinyasa Yoga

The practice will provide gentle stretching, improved strength and flexibility, as well as help students to find balance and calm in everyday life. Classes   from 10am to 11.30am.    


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:, or search “McGrath Flood School of Irish Dancing”. 


Laragh Badminton Club

Badminton classes are in the Brockagh Resource Centre, Laragh with  Monday evenings: (4th, 5th and 6th classes). Thurs evenings:  Teens 6.45pm, Adults 8.15pm. Contact Phil Curley 0404 45175/087 2067607 or Gosia 087 0638898. Small club fee for the year applies for participation. 


Brockagh Resource Centre 

Why not join one of our many regular classes now and get healthier this winter? We have a wide range for all ages and abilities: Elevation Dance Academy 086 8256775 Email, Taekwon-Do(children and adults) 087-2547347 email, Chair Yoga and Floor Yoga(both classes with Louise) 087-6032202, Irish Dance Class email 086-1293807 or 085-7180926, Yogatree(Hilde)  email 0404 40000, Active Retirement Group 0404 45600, Walking Group (Lucy) 086 310 7511, Pilates (Zara) 0879367474, Kali Rise Wellness Vinyasa Flow Yoga 086 0450227, Badminton(children and adults) Phil 0404 45175/087 2067607 or Gosia 087 063 8898.


For more information about each class go to or call the Brockagh Resource Centre on 0404 45600. 


Wicklow Uplands Council

Wicklow Uplands Council warmly welcomes the announcement that funding for the Pureproject has been extended until the end of 2023.

First established in 2006, the PURE Project has gone from strength to strength and proved to be extremely successful in combating illegal dumping and fly-tipping in the Wicklow and Dublin Uplands. We congratulate Ian and look forward to continuing to work together!