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Posted on 11 January, 2022
Welcome to 2022! Andrew gives you some thoughts for 2022, the significance of your studies on the Advanced Practitioner Diploma, and some ideas for extending your discoveries of the Pranic layer.  We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

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Posted on 16 December, 2021
You are transforming the world by giving people the tools to transform themselves. Whether you take yoga of the mat or teach in a studio, Yoga is all about connecting. It's about connecting ourselves with the elements, with the environment and nature around us. It's understanding how we are part of this cosmos that is so beautiful and is so much more complex than we will ever be able to understand. For many of us, a simple way to connect is to go for a daily walk in nature. But as trees are being cut at a record speed around the world, we figured we'd better do something!   If you would like to share our Trees for Christmas mission with your students, we have designed a special (Christmas) tree lesson plan for you.  Christmas Tree lesson plan
  Trees for Dru

Posted on 15 December, 2021
Andrew gives you an introduction to why the Pranamaya kosha is so important - from a therapeutic point of view, as well as from a spiritual perspective. Best wishes!


Posted on 28 October, 2021
What do we do on the Advanced Practitioner Diploma course?  Andrew Wells gives you an example of the interactive style of the course, and how it will enable you to discover depths and benefits from your yoga you could never have dreamed possible.  As an example, for the second chakra - the part of your mind that governs your relationships - he shows you how the course explores the awesome capabilities of the Triangle posture.
Explore the Advanced Practitioner Diploma course >


Posted on 3 October, 2021
In Dru's Post Graduate Advanced Practitioner Course we explore how yoga postures and sequences give you the power to access your highest You.  We're looking forward to seeing you!

Posted on 3 October, 2021
In Dru's Post Graduate Advanced Practitioner Course we explore each of the five layers of awareness, body, subtle energy, emotions, knowings/understandings and connectedness. Andrew introduces you to the power of accessing your pranic or subtle energy body. 
  Discover the Advanced Practitioner Journey >
We're looking forward to seeing you!

Posted on 3 October, 2021
Here's some insights into why it's so crucial to be accomplished in exploring your physical body if you are to be adept at using yoga to redesign your consciousness, emotions, prana and body. Start your Advanced Yoga Journey > This is just one part of what you can expect from Dru's Post Graduate Advanced Practitioner Diploma course. We hope this is helpful!

Posted on 3 October, 2021
Welcome! Andrew Wells gives you an overview of what you can expect from Dru's Post Graduate Advanced Practitioner Diploma course. 

Posted on 17 September, 2021
Dr Ned Harfiel describes some of the research which demonstrates the power of Dru yoga techniques for improving wellbeing - physically and mentally.  A pilot study at Bangor University indicated that a yoga-based stretching and strengthening programme significantly reduced back pain and stress. Here's just some of the numbers from university research into the effectiveness of Dru Yoga: Area of wellbeing Increase More composed - less anxious 120% More clear-minded - less confused 500% More elated - less depressed 240% More energised - less tired 270% More agreeable - less hostile 100% More confident - less unsure 210% Life purpose and satisfaction 330% Self confidence during stress... more

Posted on 15 September, 2021
Do you ever feel that you are fraying at the edges? Do you just want to scream or cry or both because you feel so tired? If your answer is yes to any of these questions – I know where you’re coming from. I have been there too!  I teach students online. Don’t get me wrong - I love my job and my students are truly wonderful human beings. But sometimes anxieties of the dreaded exams get in the way of enjoyment of learning and teaching. Then it can get just that tad wearing and all-consuming for both student and teacher. So at the end of a day of teaching online, I can sometimes feel I’m wearing a jacket - 2 sizes too small for me - and my neck and shoulders feel constricted with my muscles clenched. My hands too can feel tight and tired. In the past, I have tried to remedy these feelings by... more