- Safe and accessible form of yoga suitable for all levels of fitness and flexibility.
- Suitable for those new to yoga or returning to yoga after injury.
- Modifications, options and stages offered (including chair options).
Regular yoga classes generally include:
- Activation to warm up the body
- Energy Block Release sequences
- Flowing sequences and postures
- Focus on breath awareness
- Nature based affirmations / visualisations
- Encouragement to listen to your own body
- Deep and restorative relaxations
- Relaxing music playlists
- Sounds of the singing bowl / Koshi chimes
- Clearing scent of Tinderbox Equanimity room spray
Classes are held in community halls so please bring the following:
- Yoga mat
- Water bottle (to keep hydrated)
- Extra props like blocks / strap (optional)
- Warm blanket / eye pillow (optional)
No shared mats or props are able to be provided at this time.
Please consider purchasing items of yoga props for your own home practice.
- Please use the hand sanitiser provided on entry
- Keep yoga mats 1.5m apart during classes
- Follow sneeze/cough etiquette (tissues and bacterial wipes available)
- Only attend yoga classes when you are well and symptom free
Dru Yoga is a graceful and flowing form of yoga. The joints are kept relaxed and soft during movement.
This creates flexibility and a free flow of subtle energy.
The spinal wave and spinal twist are core features of Dru Yoga, enhancing spinal health and vitality.
Visit the Dru Yoga website to experience some free online classes.
Remember the pause is as important as the pose, enjoy the still points