Posture within Postures CPD morning in Perth

2 April, 2017  –  2 April, 2017

CPD morning masterclass for Dru Yoga graduates only

A great opportunity to discover how to subtly adjust your and your student’s posture and understand the effects this can have across the koshas. Learn more about how we each are affecting our physical body and how our physical body can affect us! Our focus will be on our pelvic area and postures and asanas that specifically work this area and our lower base chakras.


10.00am–1.30pm   Dru CPD Posture within postures—the pelvic area


Led by Dru teacher trainer and physiotherapist, Frani Wilde and Dru Senior Dru International tutor, Mouli MacKenzie 

Registration from 9.00am

Morning tea provided

Venue: Thrive Wellness Centre, 

6 Hargreaves Street

ASCOT  WA 6104


Prices and booking

Morning CPD masterclass workshop $50
Concessions $40 for DPN, seniors, students

For more information call Aileen Emery 0419 047 904,  or Pat Passmore 0439 911 575, or email or

3 CPD hours 

Cancellations—If you cancel (because of illness or some other unforeseen circumstance) then we give you the option of transferring the event fee to a future Dru Australia course or event or to the purchase of other Dru Australia services.

If we cancel a Dru workshop, we give you the option of the event fee being reimbursed, or transferring it to a future event.


Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 10:00
Fiona Wells, Mum, Dru Yoga teacher and environmental scientist
Mum, Dru Yoga teacher, Environmental scientist

Discovering the love inside is amazing, discovering how to help others to discover that love inside themselves is stunning.

Kate Waterhouse, Lawyer, Dru Yoga workshop participant

I'd really recommend the Dru Workshops. I feel so revitalised and enthusiastic about life since attending, I definitely want to come to another one soon!

Local Government, Devon

A wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Taking time out from busy schedules and just pausing to take care of myself and be in the moment. I feel very calm and centred.