Yoga Blog

It’s 3am and I’m wide awake!!

Does this sound familiar? It’s 3am and you are wide awake! At Inside Out we often hear that you get off to sleep OK, only to wake up again in the middle of the night, and then the mind gets involved and before you know it you’re re-running the previous day, stressing about the day more…

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Take control of your health

Dru Yoga is a highly effective (and not to mention fun!) way of allowing you to take control of your health and there has been quite a bit of evidence to support this in the press recently. Here, at Inside Out, we know the power of yoga and we are passionate about sharing this with more…

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Let go and relax your way to a good night’s sleep

Hopefully, since my last post you’ve been checking in with yourself and moving your body to burn off those stress hormones. Now I’m going to look at ways of relaxing, preparing yourself for a great night’s sleep with some restorative Dru Yoga practices. Before bed is not the time to be practicing dynamic sun sequences! This more…

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Sleep like a caveman (although not in a cave!)

So, how have you been sleeping this week? I hope some of the tips from last time helped. In the next couple of blogs I’m going to be looking at some more yogic ways of ensuring you get the rest you need. The first thing to ask yourself is are you actually tired or more more…

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Congratulations to our new Dru teachers

Could this be you?

I know I said my next blogs would be on the subject of sleep, and I promise they are coming up, however I just wanted to do a quick blog to congratulate our newly qualified Dru yoga teachers. I am lucky enough to teach and assess on the Dru Yoga Teacher Training course in Leeds and this weekend we more…

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Sleep tight – tips for a peaceful night

Insomnia is a common problem, with an estimated 1 in 3 people finding getting a good night’s sleep a challenge. Lack of sleep can leave us feeling tired, irritable, over emotional and lacking in focus, which can make us more accident prone. Not only that lack of sleep has been linked to various long term illnesses, and even more…

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New Dru Yoga Classes Begin in Gomersal, Cleckheaton

I’m pleased to announce that we are expanding again (and not in an ‘eaten too many Easter eggs’ kind of way!) by offering you even more opportunity to feel those lovely Dru yoga benefits! We have a brand new class starting Tuesday April 17th, 1.15 – 2.45pm at The Old Silk Mill, 61 – 63 Moor Lane, more…

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Feel better for longer – tips for home yoga practice

Strengthening core muscles

One of the most frequent questions we get asked at classes is “My back feels so much better (or I feel so calm and relaxed, or I always sleep so well…) after yoga that I want to keep that feeling for longer – what can I do at home?” This is then usually followed up with “I’d love more…

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Spring into Spring

Spring is just about here, the clocks move forward at the weekend and if I’m not mistaken, we’ve just had the Spring Equinox. After the stillness of winter, energy that has been quietly building, is ready to burst out – the trees demonstrate this beautifully. Spring is very much a time of renewal, fresh opportunities and more…

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An Inside Out knee success story.

Further to my last post on knees, I thought I’d share with you a recent Inside Out knee success story! A client recently joined one of our beginner yoga classes, because she wanted to do something about her problematic knees. Before joining the class her knees had become so swollen and stiff, that she’d had to curtail more…

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