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Posted on 9 July, 2015
So, you want to have a meditation practice, because you've heard about the many benefits, but where do you begin? This week's Dru Yoga tips for life will get you going with some practices from the *Dru Meditation online course. First of all, here are the benefits so you definitely know you want to start meditating, straight away. improves wellbeing reduces stress reduces reactivity, enabling more positive relationships enables clearer decision making increases creativity And that's an abbreviated list! So now, how to begin? When you start a meditation practice you only need to set aside 10 - 15 minutes, which you can build it up gradually, as you want to. Find a quiet place where you can sit in comfort. In Dru meditation, there are three stages Movement - this reduces... more
Posted on 9 July, 2015
We all experience headaches at one time or another, but for some the pain can be so great that they cannot function. The pain literally brings tears to their eyes. If this is you, try this Dru Yoga tip for life, Meditation for Headaches. Pain medications can be effective, but often carry side effects or work for a limited time and with a limited dosage, so it is useful to have other ways of managing the sensations. In her book, A Journey to Peace through Yoga, Lynnette Dickinson describes a meditation that has helped her to manage the intense headaches that have frequently threatened to overwhelm her life.  She tells her story of managing the symptoms of MS with Dru Yoga and meditation. Meditation for headaches Sit very still, as upright as you can (supported by cushions is good) or... more
Posted on 9 July, 2015
What happens when we are not able to do some of the physical yoga practices? Maybe we have a chronic illness, are in hospital or have other challenges, whether that's long term or temporary? This article focusses on visualisation. It's a powerful tool as Lynnette's story clearly demonstrates.   Most of us are already aware of the extraordinary range of benefits we can gain from a regular yoga practice, but what if we are nurturing an injury, don't have the time for a full practice or find ourselves in a confined space? What if we have chronic illness or are in hospital? The answer is to use the power of your mind to practice yoga. Lynnette Dickinson, attended a Dru Meditation weekend in early 2007 in a motorised wheelchair, her disability resulting from multiple sclerosis (MS). Unable... more

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