Browsing Tag Yoga Classes

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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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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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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Lights… Camera… Deep Yogic Breathing (!?)

As you may have guessed from the title of this blog post I have been making my film (YouTube to be precise!) debut and what a test of my nerves that was, and probably those of the very patient camera man, thank you Glenn ( As always though, the deep yogic breathing technique worked a dream at keeping more…

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Festive Light and Candle Gazing (Tratak)

Today is the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year – hooray! Lighter days here we come! It’s also nice though,  to honour this day. Without the darkness we cannot appreciate the light and lots of celebrations around this time of year are about bringing light and hope into our lives. This morning my yoga practise was more…

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Everyone’s a Winner in Birstall

MPFit Gyms - Birstall - Logo

I’m really pleased to announce that from this week Inside Out Dru Yoga has a new home as we’ve teamed up with Birstall’s MP FIT Gyms. This means we’ll be running more weekly classes and more workshops, giving you a greater choice and the opportunity to practice your yoga more often (and you know how I get excited more…

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Back Aching? Get to a Yoga Class – Part 2!

Further to my post last week about coming to a yoga class to ease a painful back, perhaps you saw the articles in the press this week on that very subject! A team from the University of York looked at the effects of yoga on 300 patients with chronic lower back pain and found that more…

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Back Aching? Get to a Yoga Class!

I’ve had a couple of conversations with students this week, that I thought I would share with you. They were both on the subject of back ache but had quite different outcomes. Conversation 1 I didn’t come to yoga class last week because I’d been gardening and my back was really stiff and aching. It’s only just feeling better now. more…

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Beginners Dru Yoga Courses

Support your digestive and immune systems.

Our beginners yoga courses have something to offer everyone, whether you are new to yoga, new to Dru or you’ve been practising a while and are looking for an all round health boosting yoga session. At Inside Out we really care about our students, ensuring that they are practising safely and are getting the maximum more…