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Dru South West

The South West - Dru Yoga and Meditation tasters, workshops and teacher training courses

  • registration open till 6 Oct
    Dru Yoga and Ayurveda workshop in the Southwest. Ayurveda recognises that we are all unique. It focuses on food, lifestyle,  yoga and body therapies... more
  • registration open till 24 Apr
    A Healthy Spine for a healthier and happier life! Make a friend of your spine and it will support you to live life to the full. Appreciate the... more
  • Dru Meditation class  
    Two weekends of postgrad Back Care course The Dru Back Care course is a 24 hour course at diploma level, which is open to qualified Dru Yoga teachers... more

Dru Yoga in the South West

Join us for courses, tasters and workshops in the South West. Dru Yoga will help you transform your life and  make a difference to our world. 

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Nigel Murphy, Dru Yoga teacher trainer

Nigel

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. 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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Diane Girdwood

Dru Yoga teacher

Meeting up with fellow Dru Yoga teachers in the Southwest, I feel really inspired and confident about my teaching again. It is always good to meet up with other yogis to share yoga and chat.

 

 

 

 

 

Dru South West events

  • workshops
  • tasters
  • foundation course
  • teacher training course

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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