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The course is specifically designed to teach adults (16up)

Option 1


Registration Payment made on application £145
Followed by 11 monthly payments of £245
Total £2,840

Option 2


Registration Payment made on application £145
Followed by 18 monthly payments of £150
Total £2,845

Option 3


Foundation Course consists of the first 6 days of the course
Registration Payment made on application £145
Followed by 4 monthly payments of £160​​​​​​​
Total £785


  • 13 November 2022: Online or in-person
  • 27 November 2022: Online  
  • 11 December 2022: Online or in-person *
  • 15 January 2023: Online
  •  5 February 2023: Online
  • 19 February 2023: Online or in-person
  • 12 March 2023: Online
  • 26 March 2023: Online
  • 23 April 2023:  Online or in-person
  • 7 May 2023: Online
  • 28 May 2023: Online 
  • 18 June 2023:  Online or in-person  
  • 2 July 2023: Online
  • 16 July 2023: Online

  • 6 August 2023: Online

  • 27 August 2023: Online or in-person

  • 10 September 2023: Online

  • 24 September 2023: Online

  • 15 October 2023: Online or in-person

  • 29 October 2023: Online or in-person

  • 12 November 2023: Online or in-person


*In-person days are located in Central London


The course is online with in-person days in Central London. If there are enough students from South West England, we will organise in-person days there as well.

An online Dru Yoga Teacher Training course is being considered for autumn 2023.

Yes, there is a teaching assessment.

There are ongoing assignments and a final teaching assessment. Tutors monitor students’ progress both with their movement work and assignments. All coursework needs to be completed and all interactive sessions have to be attended or caught up before the assessment can be taken place. There is a fee for catch-up days.

There are written assignments and home practice of the yoga.

No, you can join even if you are totally new to yoga.

Yes, you must wait until you’ve successfully completed your final assessment. This can be taken once you’ve successfully completed the 12-month course and made all your monthly payments. You will be getting plenty of hands-on experience in the interactive teaching sessions.


Raymond Niemeyer
Physiotherapist

Dru Yoga has changed my life and my perspective about movement. The course has given me the strength and beauty of moving in a different way and I apply all this beautiful work to my clients as a physiotherapist. 


Liz Winchurch
Dru Yoga teacher

When I started the course I was quite anxious, stressed and exhausted. By the end I had become a different person, connecting to deeper parts of myself and becoming a lot more compassionate towards myself and others. 


Karen Neal
Marketing

The tutors here have inspired me to share the insights I have gained throughout the course, which have been to manage my fibromyalgia and to live with less pain and fatigue. I know I’ll be able to share my story to help and inspire others.

Some people do need to retake, but we tend to continue to work with people until they reach the required standard for passing the course.

Minimum 15 hours a month (half an hour a day) of yoga practice and 8 hours a month of material to engage with online.

When you register, you will be asked to fill in an application and health form. You will also be asked to send 2 character referees. A tutor will get back to you to discuss your application and to assess whether the course is a good fit for you.

In the unfortunate event that you can’t attend a live online or in-person day, you will need to do a catch-up session. These catch-up sessions are live online and will be at an extra cost to be agreed.