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Colm Walsh, director of Yoga Dublin Studios, opened his second studio in Dublin a month ago, three years after opening his first studio in Ranelagh.

19th May, 2007

Colm Walsh, director of Yoga Dublin Studios, opened his second studio in Dublin a month ago, three years after opening his first studio in Ranelagh.

Walsh arrived at yoga teaching via a circuitous route. He graduated from UCD in 1994 with a masters in environmental science, then moved to London where he managed a band. He returned to Dublin in the mid1990s to promote the Velour music night at the Gaiety, and then bought the...

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