Dru Yoga

A healing yoga practice that restores your body, calms your mind and nourishes your soul.

Experience Dru

I get asked a lot of the time what style of yoga do I practice and frequently, after answering Dru Yoga, I see the question mark in people's expression.

Here you will find more about the technicalities of Dru Yoga, but I would rather tell you why I have chosen it as my own practice and why I love sharing it in my classes. 

What I love about Dru is the contrast of gentleness in the form and the strength you feel in body, mind and spirit at the end of your practice. I like that it is real, that is not about doing or striving but about being, feeling and staying present. That you can be any age, any fitness level, that is inclusive and whole. You can practice Dru even if you can't touch your toes. It is amazing for the spine and so effective to unlock stagnant energy, thoughts physical pain and discomfort. I love how clear your mind becomes and how it is so simple that you can do it anywhere, anytime.

If you've ever wanted to try yoga and felt it wasn't for you, if you have felt inadequate in a yoga class or intimidated by the things you see in the media about yoga, I invite you to try Dru.

Experience Dru
 


 

In Studio

Join us at Own your Health in East Keilor to practice Dru Yoga with an intimate group of whole-hearted souls (max 7 per class).

I am currently teaching on Monday nights and Friday mornings. 

Please contact me for times and availability as classes fill up quite quickly.

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Online Classes

A handy alternative if you don't love practising in groups, if you are going away, if you are not feeling your best, if you live interstate or overseas.

Every Tuesday at 8:00pm AEST, join us for an hour of bliss.

Come casually or buy a monthly pass (all live classes included, recordings and a library of previous classes).

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Every month we have a new community intention to direct our attention and enrich our practice


 
 

What to expect in a Dru Yoga class?

Activations

To get the most out of your yoga practice without straining yourself, it is essential to begin by warming up the body and bringing your full attention to the present moment. 

Fun, flowing mindful movement release accumulated tension and prepare your body for a safe and enjoyable practice.

Expect shaking, tapping, cross patterning, twisting, figures of 8 and, my favourite one, spinal waves (just to mention some).


Energy Block Release (EBR)

They keystone to Dru, Energy Block Release (EBR) are a carefully designed sequence of stretching, twisting, forwards, backwards and sideways bending, and squatting movements that work on every part of your body.

They dissolve areas of tight or blocked energy in a physical, mental and emotional level. They are very potent and can be practised quickly and stand on their own.

Asanas & Sequences

Here is where we explore traditional Asanas or Postures by themselves or blend in beautiful and flowing sequences.

Each posture and sequence has very specific therapeutic benefits for the body and mind.

Conscious intention takes the healing process deeper when you add affirmations and visualisations in any given posture.

Deep Relaxation

Relaxation is the natural conclusion to your yoga practice.

In Dru Yoga, relaxation sessions are given plenty of time in order to allow the energy that has been activated to settle in the right way and place, so that maximum healing takes place.

We know the body is designed to heal and repair itself given the right conditions. This time of relaxation is the perfect opportunity and will leave you feeling restored and renewed.


 
 
 
 

New to Dru?

Find all the details you need to know before your first class, I look forward to seeing you on the mat.