Based upon soft, flowing movements, controlled breathing and visualisation, Dru Yoga is both a graceful form of exercise and a potent means of stress relief with its foundations set firmly in ancient yogic tradition. Dru Yoga is a style that has been passed down through the generations. It works on the body and the mind, strengthening core stability and building a heightened feeling of positivity and empowerment.
Dru yoga includes classical yoga asanas, pranayama, mudras, positive affirmations, empowering visualisations, meditation,relaxation and sequences performed in a flowing and dynamic style.
Dru comes from the
Sanskrit word Dhruva, which refers to the stillness that can be experienced in Dru Yoga and Dru meditation. In this stillness we are able to sit back from anything that nay be happening around us, and see and act from a point of clarity and inner calm.
I started my Dru Yoga teacher training in 2013 and graduated in December 2015 in Canberra. Dru Yoga and meditation is taught all over the world.
I have lived on the Island since 1988 & discovered Dru Yoga quite a number of years ago and was drawn to its gentle style and sequences which reminded me of Tai Chi.
Understanding the purpose behind the sequences & asanas has given me a depth to my practice I have never had before. The addition of intention, affirmations, mudras, breathwork, meditation and deep relaxation makes the whole Dru practice wonderfully powerful and calming.
There is a sequence/posture in Dru for every situation.
Dru Yoga is a gentle, but powerful way to relieve stress, build inner strength and condition your body. Known as the ‘yoga of the heart’, it works to rebalance your emotions as it exercises and energises your muscles.
Dru Yoga suits any age or fitness level. The idea is to develop at a pace that is comfortable and appropriate for you.
Strengthen your body, relax your mind, open your heart.
My fee will be $15 casual or $85 for a 7 week course.
For further information and bookings call Robyn Collins on 0423237003