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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 12 October, 2020
Making the most of the changing seasons by tuning into Navratri or the nine nights of the goddess. The first three days are... more
Posted on 9 October, 2020
Posted on 5 October, 2020
It’s so easy to put off the things we know are good for us, our yoga and meditation practice, calling the people we love, or... more
Posted on 2 October, 2020
Posted on 30 September, 2020
Consider if the actions you are taking are really taking you towards your goals or... are you making choices that are... more
Posted on 30 September, 2020
Posted on 28 September, 2020
Jane shares a small miracle and invites us to consider mastering our mind through Meditation during lockdown. What else... more
Posted on 25 September, 2020

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Posted on 24 September, 2020
Aparigraha is the last of the Yamas and possibly one of the greatest opportunities for inner peace and freedom...  What does... more

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Posted on 24 September, 2020
Yama number four is Brahmacharya... We might translate it as ‘moving towards truth’ and in order to do so it is essential to... more

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Posted on 24 September, 2020
The third of the Yamas is ASTEYA, non-stealing. ‘Thou shalt not steal’ is very familiar in our culture coming from the... more

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Posted on 24 September, 2020
SATYAM is the second of Patanjali’s Yamas and it means TRUTH. We all know what happened to Pinocchio when he told lies...... more

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Posted on 24 September, 2020
ISVARA PRANIDHANA may be translated as Surrender to the Divine It is possibly the most difficult Niyama for many of us to... more

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Posted on 23 September, 2020
We may study a whole range of things in our lifetimes but ultimately the most important subject of study is our Self. This... more
Posted on 23 September, 2020
Posted on 21 September, 2020
Living your true purpose! What is it your were born to be? Who is it you were born to become?
Posted on 18 September, 2020
Posted on 14 September, 2020
Jane shares her tips to keep your meditation practice going no matter how challenging the times! 
Posted on 11 September, 2020

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Posted on 10 September, 2020
What are you working towards right now? Do you have any plans or projects? Creating a new garden? Finding a new job? Moving... more

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