Dru Yoga Therapy

Dru Yoga Therapy

The Dru Yoga Therapy diploma course is taught by an international team of yoga, health and medical professionals. This cutting edge course brings together ancient wisdom and modern complementary medicine.

Deb Ryan - teaching cat posture

Deb Ryan

Dru Yoga teacher trainer

This course enables you to:

  • deepen your knowledge of yoga as a therapy
  • assist your clients with a wide variety of physical and psychological conditions
  • establish your own clinic working with small groups and individuals liaising with health professionals to ensure optimum care for your clients

Make an impact on the health of your students & clients

Learn Dru Yoga Therapy and have confidence in creating specific therapeutic programmes to promote health and work with a variety of conditions. Whether you include yoga therapy in the classroom, or whether you wish to start a Dru Yoga Therapy practice, you will find this course perfect for you.


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Dru Yoga teacher

I taught a six week Dru Yoga Therapy programme to a client who had uncontrolled epilepsy and chronic pain - which prevented him from sleeping more than two hours at a time. He now takes no painkillers and sleeps all night.

Yoga therapy for all

If you are a yoga teacher having graduated from a recognised 200 hour (minimum) teacher training course, and you have been teaching for at least two years after your graduation, then you will be eligible to apply to join the Dru Yoga Therapy diploma course.

Dru Yoga and therapy

The Dru Yoga approach is based in yoga therapy. All Dru Yoga practices are designed to use the panch-kosha, or five layer system that is integral to understanding the causes of illness and help find yoga solutions.



Dru yoga and health research

Annie Jones enjoying a Dru relaxation

Annie Jones

Co-founder International School of Dru Yoga

University research shows Dru Yoga eases back pain, decreases stress, reduces anxiety and fatigue... while boosting confidence and emotional well-being. With the extra skills of being able to create specific therapeutic programmes, you'll have an unbeatable tool to help your students and clients.

Be accredited as a yoga therapist

The succesful graduate of this course will be able to register with the Australian Association of Yoga Therapists (AAYT) - the peak body for yoga therapy in Australia. You will be recognised as being able to work within a clinical setting alongside other health professionals such as osteopaths, GPs, medics and complementary health practitioners.


Interested in becoming a yoga therapist? 

Extend and enhance your yoga teaching career. We have our first course coming to Australia in February 2016. A unique opportunity!



Ayurvedic medicinal spice with pestle and mortar


Yoga therapy, Ayurveda, and other healing modalities

Quite naturally, yoga yherapy, Ayurveda, and other healing modalities like Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) overlap. Particularly, we include an understanding of basic Ayurvedic principles in the Dru Yoga Therapy course, as well as a practical understanding and application of chakras, prana vayus, gunas and kleshas.



Dru Yoga therapy as a business

Dru Yoga students practising plough posture

Neelke Musch

Dru Yoga teacher

Learn the business skills you will need to make your Dru Yoga Therapy practice really successful. We include a module on business skills in this course, where you will cover many of the basic practicalities that are often overlooked in effectively promoting a business.

Join the Dru Professional Network

Having Dru Yoga Therapist membership of the Dru Professional Network (DPN) you will have access to professional support, and be eligible for many special offers and discounts for courses, products, and seminars across Australia. See the DPN website for more information.

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