The Infinity Hot Yoga team is experienced, well-trained and qualified in health and fitness. Our certified yoga instructors want each client to fully realise his or her potential and achieve improved strength, flexibility and overall health through consistent and guided practice.
Infinity Hot Yoga Instructors
After 14 years’ service in the Defence Forces Bridget moved into physical therapy, and has also completed a degree in Exercise and Health Fitness. She has been practicing hot yoga since 2007, drawn to it after watching a TV segment on Hot Yoga, Bridget decided to give it a try. She quickly realised that she had found her passion.
“I had the impression it was very difficult. After one class I was convinced. A great workout for the body while also concentrating the mind on the here and now.”
She travelled to Los Angeles and trained as a Bikram Yoga Instructor in 2014. In 2015, she completed additional training as a hot yoga teacher in the Fierce Grace system in the UK.
Through the Fierce Grace training, Bridget saw how the blend of Hatha, Bikram and Ashtanga Yoga together with the latest research in fitness training, created a truly unique and optimal form of Hot Yoga. One that quickly improves strength, flexibility and fitness level in the student. Bridget and her husband Mitch knew the Irish Hot Yoga community would love this new style and set about bringing it to Ireland, opening Infinity Hot Yoga with Julie Davis in 2016.
Her classes provide a calm space for the student to let go of daily stresses and through the power of movement, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
Julie has been involved in the sporting world in some form for most of her life. A former international 400m hurdler, Julie has worked as a strength and conditioning coach across many sports including working with the south rugby academy team in New Zealand. When not teaching a yoga class, she can be found training athletes in her role as a high performance coach with Armagh GAA.
After suffering an injury that ended her hurdling career, Julie experienced first-hand the healing, restorative power of hot yoga. A long-time fan of yoga, Julie found that the increased benefits of practising in a heated room helped her both physically and mentally through her recovery.
In 2016, she opened Infinity Hot Yoga with her business partner Mitch to bring the revolutionary Fierce Grace Hot Yoga to Ireland.
From her extensive experience in the sporting world, Julie recognised that Fierce Grace offers the best blend of traditional yoga principles with the latest health research, while remaining accessible to all fitness levels.
As an instructor, Julie guides each practitioner safely through their hot yoga journey in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. She encourages her students to work hard and truly connect with each posture so they can enjoy the wonderful benefits of this unique workout.
After 28 years in the Irish Defence Forces, Mitch retired to complete an honours degree in exercise and health fitness. He always held an ambition to run his own business in the health and fitness sector so when he discovered that Kildare’s only hot yoga studio was up for sale, it was an easy decision.
Together with his business partner Julie and wife Bridget, both certified Fierce Grace Hot Yoga instructors, they revamped the studio to provide a clean and inspiring setting for students to practice.
Bringing Fierce Grace Hot Yoga to Ireland has been an enjoyable journey. This system blends the latest research on health and fitness with the classical principles and poses of Hatha, Bikram and Ashtanga yoga over a series of 6 different classes.
Mitch and the Infinity Hot Yoga team have created a welcoming, calm space for students to practice this form of hot yoga under the guidance of qualified, friendly teachers. Classes of different intensities, times, and durations are on offer to ensure all levels are catered for.