Posted on 21 June, 2020
An introduction to a couple of useful techniques to ease tension in your neck.
Posted on 26 May, 2020
I love that my yoga training has enhanced so many areas of my life. I had this feeling before I started the course that something was missing...
I trained as a Dru Yoga teacher about 11 years ago. Since completing the Dru Yoga teacher training I have felt more present and have a deeper understanding of myself; my practice continues to help me trust in the process of life unfolding in a positive way.
I remember hearing about Dru Yoga when Dr. Hilary Jones recommended Dru as a form of yoga particularly beneficial for back health. With a sports massage therapy background it felt like the right kind of yoga training for me. At the time it was between Dru Yoga and another school and I knew as soon as I started to research Dru that it was right for me. I hadn’t even been to a Dru class... more
Posted on 19 April, 2020
Sneak peak of EBR8 called the Radiant Heart Sequence.
Posted on 9 April, 2020
She talks about mental and emotional agility, resilience and vigour. Enjoy
Posted on 8 April, 2020
Nanna takes you through gentle restorative movements for your respiration.
Posted on 8 April, 2020
The purpose of the windmill is to open your chest and expand it so that you breath more openly and deeply.
It also strengthen the diaphragm, stretches the neck muscles and loosens up the shoulder blades.
Listen and follow Christiane as she teaches you how to synchronise your breath with a gentle twist.
Raise the right arm, then the left - a relaxed front crawl without the water! Note the simple pause between twists where you can simply hold of the breath momentarily. Keep working with the right side for a few breaths. Conciously opening and expanding the right side of your lungs
Raise the right arm, then the left - a relaxed front crawl without the water! Note the simple pause between twists where you can simply hold of... more
Posted on 29 March, 2020
Chandra Goswami introduces you to the remarkable Vertical Alignment Breath, which brings stillness and calm - while making you feel strong and empowered!
It's great to have a simple technique to bring you back to your centre that you can do literally anywhere.
Posted on 12 January, 2020
The bushfires have been impacting millions of people either directly or indirectly in Australia and worldwide.
In Australia we all seem to know someone who is affected.
Sometimes it takes a crisis to bring out our humanity. Walls come down between neighbours who don’t know each other until they are thrown together to support one another. The global outpouring of love and support from the world to Australia takes this to an even higher level.
Many of our Dru yogis who are experiencing the fires firsthand are reaching for Dru tools to help them cope. Others are helping in very practical ways.
Caring people are donating goods or funds, some are helping in evacuation centres or supporting injured or homeless wildlife while others are sheltering evacuees.
We have many practices that... more