Yoga, meditation & ayurveda in London & Southern England
Join us for courses, tasters, workshops, retreats and therapies in London and the South. We hope they'll help you transform your life and so go on to change our world.
Hi, I'm Padma and I am one of the Dru London team. I love teaching Dru Yoga as much today as I did when I started in 1992, because I get great joy from witnessing my students as they emerge more fully into their inner strength, personal empowerment and self trust as their yoga practice starts yielding its fruits. Alongside Shona, Barbara and Maggie, we run Dru Yoga and Meditation teacher training courses, taster days, workshops and yoga classes here in London and the South - in fact from the South East to the South West. We also teach Pre-natal yoga, Dru Yoga for back care and we specialise in Ayurvedic therapies and treatments.
Dru Yoga graduate, UK
Dru Yoga has completely changed the way I approach my life, my work, my attitude to people. It has truly been a journey of self-discovery.
How is Dru different?
Dru attracts many people, because anyone can do it, regardless of age, body shape or ability. Dru is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements. It is deeply relaxing, yet rejuvenating. It can take you to any level of fitness you’d like, improving your strength, flexibility and building core stability.
Dru specialises in integrating your body, mind and spirit, helping you to positively transform how you think, how to keep your emotions uplifted as well as how to revitalise your body. You will always feel great when you do Dru!
Our Dru Yoga teachers will help you to strengthen your body and calm your mind resulting in a happier and healthier you.
Students who practice Dru Yoga share the benefits they experience
> better energy levels
> improved sleep and reduced anxiety
> more flexible joints and strength
> healthier backs
> improved digestive function
> lower blood pressure
> greater clarity and focus
> breathing problems such as asthma significantly improved
What does Dru mean
Dru comes from the Sanscrit word dhruva, which refers to the stillness that can be experienced in Dru Yoga and Dru Meditation. From this point of stillness we see and act from a point of clarity and inner calm.
Dru is for YOU
So whatever your age and ability, Dru Yoga and Meditation will suit you. Whether it is in a class situation or a private 1 to 1 session where you will have a session tailored to your own individual needs, you will benefit. Many of our courses and workshops are held at the Light Centre, SW1 where Padma, Shona, Barbara and Maggie and the Dru London team are looking forward to meeting you. We also have classes and therapies in Epsom. You will have fun, meet like-minded people and leave the stresses of the day behind. So, roll up your mat and come along!
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