This class is suitable for people who would like to do a combination of Dru yoga both on the chair and standing and some relaxation. It is a more subtle class yet just as powerful as it focuses on calming the body and mind.
If you are interested please get in touch.
Last updated Oct. 12, 2018, 1:57 p.m. UTC
After completing my BA Community Development and MA Urban Regeneration degrees I worked in many community settings with people of all abilities. I also worked in social housing development which entailed undertaking immense research to complete bids for revenue and capital funding within tight deadlines. This work additionally included setting up meetings with internal and external stakeholders and interest groups. In addition to this I was responsible for preparing the audit files and assist in project managing housing development programmes.
Consequently, I completely understand what it is like for people to have to work in a stressful and demanding environment as well as to juggle their personal responsibilities at the same time.
I have been practicing Dru Yoga and Meditation for a number of years and for me it has been a journey that has transformed me in many ways. Therefore, I am commitment to sharing what I have learnt not only with the people that attend my classes and workshops but also with those students who are currently on the Dru Yoga Teacher Training where I help as a support teacher.
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage - combining massage with yoga stretches
To enable me to provide something a little more unique in what I already do I looked at many massage courses but they weren’t for me, that is until I cam across AYM which I was drawn to immediately. After doing some research I decided to study AYM and now, the more I practice this therapy, the more I think it was one of my best decisions.
For me, AYM is an extension of my yoga and meditation practice where I can connect with each individual through movement and breath (prana), creating a sense of inner stillness.