Tuesday 25 April 2017

Amy Huberman limbers up to open yoga studio with Rob Kearney

Rob Kearney, left, and Amy Huberman, right
Rob Kearney, left, and Amy Huberman, right
Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman arrive on day six of the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.
Rob Kearney and Jess Reddin. Pic Steve Humphreys
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Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman arrive on day six of the Wimbledon Championships.
Rob Kearney at the launch of Newbridge Silverware’s Christmas Emporium. Pictures: Kieran Harnett
Melanie Finn

Melanie Finn

Actress Amy Huberman is stretching out into the yoga business, the Herald can reveal.

The TV star and author recently joined forces with rugby star Rob Kearney to open Oslo Health on Mespil Road in Ballsbridge.

The seven day-a-week spa and beauty facility will shortly open a new yoga and pilates studio in its Dublin 4 building.

Since opening up earlier this year, the Irish-owned company has quickly developed a firm fan base among beauty aficionados, prompting the move into a new area. 

New tag rugby squad or a bunch of people very giddy about @oslo_beauty ...

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Oslo is recruiting the top yoga and pilates instructors and the team will be headed up by senior teacher and nutritionist Pamela Renwick.

No stranger to keeping fit, Amy has previously spoken of her love for pilates, crediting it for helping her stay in shape and also relax her mind.

It no doubt helped her get her petite figure back after having her two children Sadie (3) and Billy (23 months).

A big fan of reformer pilates, both she and her husband Brian O’Driscoll have been taking classes for years to help their core strength.

Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman arrive on day six of the Wimbledon Championships.
Brian O'Driscoll and Amy Huberman arrive on day six of the Wimbledon Championships.

“You feel that you are working out but it’s relaxing for your head too,” she said. The busy mum hasn’t forsaken her acting duties either.

As well as appearing on RTE’s Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope and completing filming on new drama Striking Out, she has also been working on Zoo, a movie set in Belfast during World War II.

Rob Kearney and Jess Reddin. Pic Steve Humphreys
Rob Kearney and Jess Reddin. Pic Steve Humphreys

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