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Try Dru Meditation now

Try Dru Meditation now

Meditation doesn’t need to be boring, difficult or uncomfortable. It can help you focus your mind, keep calm and feel positive and uplifted. Plus, it doesn’t need to take too long – even 10 minutes can make a huge difference.

 

Check out the free videos below for an introductory sample of Dru meditation (and relaxation) practices.

 

Dru Meditation

Dru Meditation is for busy people! Actually Dru meditation is for anyone who wants to cultivate focus, clear thinking, inner calm, insight and balance. Dru Yoga teacher training includes a complete meditation course. Here's just one example of the many potent meditations you'll learn.
 

 

 

 

Dru relaxation

Relaxation is a wonderful way to prepare your mind and body for meditation practice. Lie down and relax as we guide you through 5 minutes of bliss by an Australian beach...
On the Dru Yoga teacher training course you'll learn Dru's innovative and powerful approach to relaxation: relaxing each layer of awareness in turn - physical, subtle energy, emotional and mental.

 

 

Enjoyed your Dru Meditation experience?

The Dru meditation online course will help take your experience deeper and anchor you into stillness in your day to day life. Or perhaps you'd like a face to face experience with our Dru Meditation teacher training course.

 

Deb Ryan - Dru Yoga teacher trainer

DEB RYAN

DRU YOGA TEACHER TRAINER

Adding stillness to your day is perhaps the single most important thing you will ever do (aside from breathing!!!) The more we connect with the quiet, still place within, the more we understand about ourselves. The more we understand about ourselves, the kinder we become to ourselves and to others...

More explorations with Dru Meditation

By Jane Clapham, Dru Meditation teacher trainer

Meditation doesn’t need to be boring, difficult or uncomfortable. It can help you focus your mind, keep calm and feel positive and uplifted. Plus, it doesn’t need to take too long – even 10 minutes can make a huge difference. The following three techniques can be easily fitted into the start of a busy day.


1. Rise and shine
When you wake up in the morning, completely relax your body for one minute, while you’re still lying in bed. Think of 5 things you’re really grateful for. Then gently sit up and wrap your doona around you. Bring your attention to your breathing and let it get deeper without forcing it at all. Focus on your heart chakra and feel warmth spreading through your body as you breathe. Continue for five minutes, then stretch (ideally a Dru Yoga sequence!) and start your day.

 

2. Relax body and mind
Dru Yoga is a powerful tool to help you relax. It systematically stretches and relaxes the muscles using graceful, flowing movements which bring calmness and increased energy. This is a relaxation I often teach at the end of a Dru Yoga class.

Do some stretches then lie down on the floor on a firm yet comfortable surface (a soft carpet or blanket is fine). Cover yourself with a blanket so you don’t get chilly. Make sure that your body is aligned in a straight line.

Starting from your feet, tense and relax each part of your body. Contract the muscles first in your feet, and then feel each of the toes relaxing as you soften the feet against the floor. Work up the body, through the legs, hips, abdomen, chest, back, neck and head. Then focus on your breathing, and each time you breathe out, let your body release tension. As you breathe in, take peace and calmness into your body. Repeat for 5 minutes.
To finish, gradually bring your awareness back to your body and feel how it is positioned on the floor. Move your toes and fingers gently, then stretch and sit up without disturbing that wonderful feeling of relaxation.

 

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Dru meditation course participant

Meditation will open your heart, allowing you to just be yourself and unleash your personal power.

3. Stress busting technique
Lie down and relax for a few moments and focus on your breathing, watching the natural rhythm of each inhalation and exhalation.

Imagine a situation in your life that needs healing. Create an image of that situation in front of you, as if it were on a video screen. As you breathe in, draw some of the stress of the situation into your heart and immediately send it upwards and out of the top of your head as you breathe out. Feel that above your head is a region of golden light in which you have full access to your healing potential. Imagine the stress entering this region and visualise the situation being completely healed.

On an in-breath, draw this new situation into your heart and breathe it out into the scene in front of you, bringing peace and a good solution to that situation. See smiles of relief on the faces of everyone concerned.
Repeat these steps until you feel relaxed, calm and full of joy.

 

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