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Lockdown Roadmap for Ireland

Last Updated: 31st August 2021

All information is correct at the time of writing. We always recommend that you double-check any guidelines with your local authority/council

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Ireland's prime minister has shared the government's plan for the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions. The proposed dates are subject to change and will depend on the prevailing public health situation in Ireland. 

The information below includes the most significant dates for the gradual return of in-person yoga classes. 

As always, please follow the government guidelines in your local area to ensure you are following lockdown legislation. If you are unsure of what the restrictions mean for your yoga classes, we recommend contacting your local council. 

10/05/2021 - Adult yoga classes can resume outdoors in pods of up to 15 people.

19/07/2021 - Outdoor yoga classes can resume in pods of up to 15 people.

  • Gyms, leisure centres and studios can reopen for individual training, subject to the public health situation. Indoor group classes cannot resume.

06/09/2021 - Outdoor events of up to 75% capacity will be permitted for people who are fully vaccinated. 

20/09/2021 -Organised indoor group activities can take place with capacity limits of 100 people (with appropriate protective measures) where all attendees are immune (fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 6 months), or accompanied minors (under 18).

  • Where attendees have mixed immunity status, pods of up to 6 participants will be permitted (excluding the teachers).  Multiple pods are permissible subject to protective measures such as social distancing measures between pods. 
  • Restrictions for outdoor group classes will be removed.

22/10/2021 - Subject to the continuation of progress, Ireland will enter a final phase on 22 October, which is likely to last until at least next Spring.

This phase will see the majority of restrictions lifted and replaced by guidance and advice to enable us to work together to protect ourselves and to live our lives to the fullest extent possible.

** There are no further updates on the proposed easing of the lockdown measures in Ireland. We will update this page when more information is made available. 

** The above information was correct at the time of writing. We always recommend that you double-check any guidelines with your local authority/council for up to date information. 

** Visit gov.ie for the full plan