Rennafix Group

   Rennafix is fully funded by the community it serves. 
We have created a platform from which those who have the 'get-up-and-go' can support those who don't yet have that drive. The public can support us simply by participating in Rennafix events and inviting hesitant friends along....

We'd like to thank everyone who supported us through fundraising in 2016:

ZeroGravity Skate-A-Thon: €3860

Locks and Lace raffle: €150

Active Yoga: €3236

​HSE Table Quiz Fundraiser: €1073


Check out some previous fundraisers on our Past Events Page!


If you are interested in hosting a fundraising activity on our behalf you can contact us by e-mail for support and guidance. 

Outdoor, Beach and Adventure Yoga Excursions on the Wild Atlantic Way. Blaithin is the lady behind ActiveYoga and is also the creator of Rennafix Group.


She delights in being able to combine her passion for the outdoors, yoga and bringing people together with these fun

yoga ​excursions. 

On-going Fundraising activities in our community...

Pricing and How to Join

As all outdoor yoga classes are weather permitting, days and times vary each week. For updates join the ActiveYoga following on
Facebook.  Or text your full name and 'Activeyoga' to 0877782261 to receive the weekly text update. (You can text 'unsubscribe' at any time to stop receiving texts)

To see if there are any exclusive Yoga-Adventure packages on the horizon check our
Events Page.
If your interested in a regular indoor class browse and book at www.saltandsoul.ie

Outdoor and beach Yoga classes: €10 Drop-in
Adventure Yoga Excursions: Prices vary depending on package.
Salt & Soul Classes: €13 Single class, visit 
saltandsoul.ie for multi-class passes.

Blaithin is trained in a Yoga style that's called Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow but she has, of course, been influenced over the years by some of the other wonderful yoga styles in existence. She now provides a teaching flow that allows a complete beginner to ease comfortably into the practice whilst also offering more challenging poses to the seasoned practitioner.


The practice of Yoga in general provides a student with the opportunity to bring awareness to their physical body through breath while switching off from the workings of a busy mind. It can, therefore, be used as an active meditation bringing one to place of calm self-acceptance in difficult times! And with continued practice the rythym and flow of the Vinyasa sequence can help to raise energy as it becomes a dance-like uplifting routine.

Fundraising

Blaithin is now also teaching regular indoor classes at the Salt & Soul Studio, Wednesdays at 7:30am and Saturdays at 10am. 


Salt & Soul is a fully equipped yoga studio in Strandhill, County Sligo offering a dynamic range of yoga classes for all abilities, and interests.



All profits generated through these Yoga activities are donated directly to the Rennafix Fund.