Anouschka Dack

Aligning ourselves to our highest purpose brings an innate sense of joy into everything we do.


DYTT tutor, Dru Dance tutor & therapist

<p>I have been teaching yoga for over 15 years and in that time have come to love the flowing movements of Dru Dance as well as the stillness of yoga nidra or "yogic sleep".</p> <p>I am also one of the main people behind the scenes at the Dru Yoga Online Studio. I've been filming, editing, scripting, designing, building the Studio many years! I also teach on our teacher training courses here in North Wales as well as our Dru Dance retreats and Dance Teacher Training courses.</p> <p>One of the things that really fascinates me is the grace and flow of energy though Dru Yoga and through Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Energy Field Healing. Energy awareness a powerful medium for healing and self-transformation especially when you can consciously direct your energy,  thoughts and emotions.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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17 September, 2018
Balance in Times of Change - Part 1 - The path of equanimity
Balance in times of change Part 1 - The path of equanimity Change can be really exciting - a time of new energy, new growth and anticipation, but it is also inherently unstable. That sense of “not knowing” can make us feel uncertain... Read more...
15 October, 2018
Balance in times of change - Part 2 - Moving into faith
Balance in times of change  Part 2 - Moving into faith In my previous blog we touched on how attachment to our emotions, the fleeting senses and yearnings or desires can mislead and de-stabilise us. In this blog we’re exploring and... Read more...
1 November, 2018
Becoming an Abundant Yogi - part 1
Can you be a yogi and have money? Over the years there seems to developed a stigma that money and yoga are mutually exclusive - you can’t have money and be happy… Indeed, that yoga is all about giving - rather than receiving… And yet,... Read more...
11 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - Adhomukha Svanasana: the dog
The Adho Mukha Svanasana, the downward facing dog, is a great posture for helping you to settle into the present moment. This posture stretches out the hamstrings and gastocnemius (calf muscles) and latissimus dorsi in the back. It ... Read more...
10 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - Bakasana: the crane
  Bakasana helps to strengthen the spine, the pelvic girdle and the legs and it also helps with physical balance. It also helps the circulation of the blood to the head as it falls into the inversion set of postures. By performing this ... Read more...
10 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - Dhanurasana: the bow
Dhanurasana or the Bow gives a complete activation of the whole spine, helping maintain both its suppleness and strength and also of the hips. It is an amazing backward bend, which opens the chest and stretches the pecs and the quads. In... Read more...
11 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - Natarajasana: the Lord of the Dance
Natarajasana or the ‘lord of the dance’ is an ancient posture which is indicative of a place of perfect poise and balance. It is a graceful and elegant posture which helps us to connect to those qualities within us.While at a deeper level... Read more...
10 August, 2016
Dru Yoga - parivritta trikonasana: the rotated triangle
  The triangle posture is a great tonic for the digestion and with the twisting movement around the abdomen it helps to prevent constipation too. This posture and the Extended triangle (Utthita Trikonasana) is perfect for anyone... Read more...