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Annie (Mirabai) Jones

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Annie (Mirabai)

Co-founder, International School of Dru Yoga

As co-founder of Dru (UK), Director of the Dru Yoga Online Studio, a nutritionalist, Ayurvedic Consultant and Live and Dry Blood Analyst Annie is one of the main architects of Dru Yoga in the 21st century.

Annie is co-author of 'Dru Yoga Stillness in Motion', the source-book for Dru Yoga. She has been teaching yoga & meditation for over 30 years and has pioneered health and yoga programmes in schools, businesses and community organisations throughout Britain. She is passionate about providing tools and techniques to help others become totally empowered, vibrant and successful in all areas of their lives. 

A Nutritionist and Ayurveda consultant, Annie is an expert in determining your personal constitution and providing a nutrition, supplement, yoga and meditation practice with appropriate lifestyle advice to ensure a perfect pathway to excellent health and well being. Annie adds a specialist skill to her health programmes with ‘Live and Dry Blood Analysis’ (see below for info). 

As the director of the Dru Yoga Online Studio, Annie has filmed over 80 sessions on yoga, meditation, health and nutrition as well as invite many other health experts to make the best of their skills available to you, 24/7. She has appeared on numerous television and radio programmes and is the presenter of ‘Boundless Energy’, a 6 week online nutrition course. 
 
As a trustee of The World Peace Flame charity in the UK, Annie helps to promote many peace making initiatives including the Peace Education package for schools 'Peace in your hands'.

 

Products
Book: Stillness in Motion
6 week on line Nutrition course


To contact Annie drop her an email at: annie@druworldwide.com

 

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Ayurveda & Ayurvedic consultations
Ayurveda translated means to understand your real nature. We are all unique and powerful. Ayurveda helps you to discover your personal constitution and works out a health plan based on this that suits your needs directly. You may be combination of the following: 

>   Vata - creative, outgoing and enjoy change and variety 

>   Pita - dynamic, passionate with an attention to detail

>   Kapha - steady, grounded and caring. 


Ayurveda says that we re born with a unique blueprint. This may change as we age. A key is to help you return to your original nature. It discovers this through questions, body analysis, tongue and pulse diagnosis. A unique nutrition plan, supplements, therapy programme, yoga and meditation practice and specific lifestyle advice will all help to re boot your innate healing response allowing your body and mind to re establish it's original nature. The result is that you feel happier, more energised, sleep improves, conditions such as poor digestion, arthritis, weight issues become manageable.

 
What is Live and Dry Blood Analysis?

Our blood is the vital fluid of life. Its condition is of paramount importance to the state of our health. Blood is responsible for transporting and delivering oxygen and nutrients to every cell in the body, and for picking up carbon dioxide and waste products for delivery to the organs of elimination. It also carries the immune system's white blood cells that are responsible for keeping us free of the pathogens that make us ill.

In a live blood analysis consultation a drop of blood taken from a finger prick is examined under a darkfield microscope. Annie then evaluates the sample from a health and nutrition point of view. The blood picture is seen on a computer screen and together you can view and discuss what you see. The process helps us to see our immediate internal health picture including acid/alkali state, hydration, ability to break down fats and proteins and much more. It is a powerful medium to keep actively assessing how your nutrition and lifestyle is affecting you, what is working and what may need adjusting from day to day.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Articles, blogs and products

8 May, 2020

Five Keys to Spiritual Awakening - Day 4
Build your capacity for fulfilling your purpose by enhancing your solar center - the Manipura chakra.  Read more...
14 July, 2019

 

 

How to live an ayurvedic lifestyle
In this fast moving World that we live in, where stress and worry have become such a 'normal' part of life – it is a relief to have a powerful 'tried and tested' tool kit available to keep us calm amidst the storm! With heart disease,... Read more...
2 July, 2019

 

How Your Digestion Works According to Your Dosha Profile
Agni—The Flame Within Agni is the Sanskrit name for 'fire'. In Ayurveda, it refers to all the biological fires that govern metabolism in our bodies. However the main one, that we have most control over, is the Digestive Fire. Think of... Read more...
1 October, 2016
Health tips - detox your liver
For many different reasons we may find we've gained a little extra weight and we begin to struggle with the extra toxins in our bodies. One organ that is under stress dealing with this extra load is our lovely liver! It is the most... Read more...
5 March, 2017
Health tips - enjoy a daily health tonic and increased wellbeing
Let me introduce you to chyawanprash – an ancient Indian elixier. The history of chyawanprash It is believed that the formula of chyawanprash was discovered by the sage Chyawan or Chyavana. He was the first to prepare this tonic, and... Read more...
26 April, 2017
10 ayurveda tips for healthy digestion
Making digestion a science and an art Can these top ten ayurvedic tips help you to feel in tip top shape?  Make warm water your first drink of the day after waking. This encourages toxins to be flushed from the system and boosts the... Read more...
23 December, 2016
Dru Yoga - Swadisthana chakra: sacral chakra
The seven chakras of the human body The 7 chakras are the energy centres in our body through which energy flows. The word 'chakra' is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning 'wheel'. Literally translated from the Hindi it means 'Wheel of... Read more...
23 December, 2016
Dru Yoga - Muladhara Chakra: the base centre
The Muladhara chakra is our foundation chakra. We often go through our ‘yogic’ life, do our yoga and our meditation, but without conscious effort and directed intention, so our chakras and their imbalances can remain largely unchanged. It... Read more...
6 July, 2016
Health tips - Overcoming jet lag the yogic way
Having just returned home from Africa and a fairly entertaining flight in which the seats were sooo uncomfortable. So, jet lag and the effects of flying are an important subject for me. How can flying be made easy, especially long-haul... Read more...
8 August, 2016
Health tips - for getting a great night's sleep...
A great night's sleep has to be one of the best ways to really nourish and heal the mind, body and soul. But I'm not suggesting that you stay in bed all day! There are many secrets that make a good sleep sweet and powerful. Eight hours'... Read more...
1 November, 2016
Health tips - Boost your immune system
This yuletide time of year brings all kind of gifts – the ones we enjoy and the ones that may not be so pleasant. As I walked into the office this morning, there it was right in front of me - a friend, full of cold! Here we go – we enter... Read more...
1 September, 2016
Dru Health Tips - Nurturing ourselves in autumn
  We'd like to share this free EBR 3 sequence which is a part of the new Design your Destiny class, filmed on location in Australia. As the colder weather approaches, you will feel the warmth of the sun coming through - just like... Read more...
8 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - How do I deepen my yoga practice?
Here are some ways to enhance your yoga practice and make it even more potent. In Dru Yoga we often talk about the koshas, or layers of the body (physical, energy, emotional, mental and bliss). In this video, I describe the different... Read more...
14 March, 2016
Dru Yoga - Vipariti Karani: a supported inversion
This powerful yet gentle yoga posture is classed as an inversion, but for those of us who think ‘up-side-down’ means head stands, wheels and peacocks; this posture is most definitely a welcome relief! Annie Jones has been practicing this... Read more...
17 March, 2017
Health tips - weight loss
There are as many weight loss plans and theories as there are people eating!! This health tip looks at  – the gut or small intestine (5 metres long). This is the primary area of impact; the place where all your food arrives in preparation... Read more...
3 October, 2016
Dru Yoga - Sacro-lumbar release
This month we have chosen to share one of the most powerful ways to keep your lower back and spine healthy, flexible and aligned. It is called the Sacro-lumbar release. This sequence is best used as a preventative to back pain, rather than... Read more...

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