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Yoga – Just Dru It With Diane

  • Bursnips Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV11 2RD.
  • 01922446312 or 07745232489

About Yoga – Just Dru It With Diane

The classes follow the Dru Yoga format. Dru Yoga is one of the largest yoga schools in the country and indeed one of the largest yoga organisations in the world. It has its foundations set firmly in ancient yogic tradition, working on body, mind and spirit, like many other styles of yoga. It is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation. It may help by improving strength and flexibility, creating core stability, building a heightened feeling of positivity, and deeply relaxing and rejuvenating your whole being. It is an ideal way to de-stress the mind and the body.

Your Dru Yoga class will work with the practice of Activations, whereby the body is taken through a sequence that warms and prepares it. Followed by asanas (postures) done in unique flowing sequences, called Energy Block Release (EBR) sequences (a little like Tai Chi), aiming to free energy blocks within the body that may be there due to physical or emotional traumas received by the body. Then perhaps a few more asanas, or a sequence. Sometimes some Pranayama breathing. Mudras (hand gestures, used to focus or direct power within the movements) are also used during some of the classes, as are affirmation. We always finish the class with a deep relaxation.

Designed to be practised by people of all abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, Dru is a style of yoga that can be quickly dipped into or learnt in more depth over a lifetime.

What to bring with you to your class? – If possible a mat (don’t worry if you don’t have your own to start with as I always take along spares ‘just in case’); a blanket and cushion, for relaxation; a bottle of water to keep you hydrated during the class; but most of all enthusiasm and a SMILE!

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Carla Georga
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I have been attending Diane’s yoga classes for many years and she is a wonderful instructor and a caring, compassionate and thoughtful person. Her classes are warm, friendly and fun. The way Diane teaches her classes there is a connection between all of the postures and sequences that we do. They are gentle and flowing movements that people of all abilities are able to do. So whether you are a beginner (like I was) or more advanced I think you will gain benefit from attending Diane’s classes on a regular basis, especially physically, in terms of positivity and outlook on… Read more »

Gill Davis
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Nice friendly class. Have done yoga for some time now and when my yoga teacher had to stop due to ill health I found it difficult to find a new class that I liked especially as I could not do day time classes. I had never done Dru yoga but find I enjoy it and feel better for it. I feel Diane puts a lot into organising her classes and gives out print outs which I can keep for future perusal. Would recommend it to anyone looking for a yoga class.

Fred Smedley
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I had never done yoga in my life until a couple of years ago when I took the plunge and joined Diane’s class. I’d always had this, as it turned out, completely wrong misconception that yoga was about needing to be super supple and being able to tie yourself in knots. Nothing could be further from the truth. Diane’s classes are gentle and she emphasises the need to listen to your body and to avoid stressing and straining. Even so, at the end of the class you really feel as though you have had a good session. The atmosphere is… Read more »

Derek Mosedale
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I have been doing yoga with Diane for about two years and can definitely say that it helps me to relax my mind and body. I do a physically-demanding job, mainly outdoors, and look forward to our weekly classes to ‘recharge my batteries’. The exercises are not strenuous and you do not need to be extra supple to take part. In any event, Diane always emphasises that you should only do as much as you are able to without putting strain on your body. I have noticed though that I have naturally adapted to the exercises anyway without too much… Read more »

Pat Turner
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I started yoga with Diane about 5years ago to help me relax due to a very demanding job. I now no longer do that role but have found my weekly sessions to be essential in maintaining my suppleness and inner strength gained from the relaxation methods taught. I look on my sessions as a necessity and a reward.

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Essngton Wood Methodist Church Hall, Bursnip Road, Essington, WV11 2RE

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Tuesday 7.30-9.00pm

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Yoga – Just Dru It With Diane

  • Bursnips Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV11 2RD.
  • 01922446312 or 07745232489

About Yoga – Just Dru It With Diane

The classes follow the Dru Yoga format. Dru Yoga is one of the largest yoga schools in the country and indeed one of the largest yoga organisations in the world. It has its foundations set firmly in ancient yogic tradition, working on body, mind and spirit, like many other styles of yoga. It is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation. It may help by improving strength and flexibility, creating core stability, building a heightened feeling of positivity, and deeply relaxing and rejuvenating your whole being. It is an ideal way to de-stress the mind and the body.

Your Dru Yoga class will work with the practice of Activations, whereby the body is taken through a sequence that warms and prepares it. Followed by asanas (postures) done in unique flowing sequences, called Energy Block Release (EBR) sequences (a little like Tai Chi), aiming to free energy blocks within the body that may be there due to physical or emotional traumas received by the body. Then perhaps a few more asanas, or a sequence. Sometimes some Pranayama breathing. Mudras (hand gestures, used to focus or direct power within the movements) are also used during some of the classes, as are affirmation. We always finish the class with a deep relaxation.

Designed to be practised by people of all abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, Dru is a style of yoga that can be quickly dipped into or learnt in more depth over a lifetime.

What to bring with you to your class? – If possible a mat (don’t worry if you don’t have your own to start with as I always take along spares ‘just in case’); a blanket and cushion, for relaxation; a bottle of water to keep you hydrated during the class; but most of all enthusiasm and a SMILE!

Location Information

Essngton Wood Methodist Church Hall, Bursnip Road, Essington, WV11 2RE

Opening Times

Tuesday 7.30-9.00pm

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Carla Georga
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I have been attending Diane’s yoga classes for many years and she is a wonderful instructor and a caring, compassionate and thoughtful person. Her classes are warm, friendly and fun. The way Diane teaches her classes there is a connection between all of the postures and sequences that we do. They are gentle and flowing movements that people of all abilities are able to do. So whether you are a beginner (like I was) or more advanced I think you will gain benefit from attending Diane’s classes on a regular basis, especially physically, in terms of positivity and outlook on… Read more »

Gill Davis
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Nice friendly class. Have done yoga for some time now and when my yoga teacher had to stop due to ill health I found it difficult to find a new class that I liked especially as I could not do day time classes. I had never done Dru yoga but find I enjoy it and feel better for it. I feel Diane puts a lot into organising her classes and gives out print outs which I can keep for future perusal. Would recommend it to anyone looking for a yoga class.

Fred Smedley
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I had never done yoga in my life until a couple of years ago when I took the plunge and joined Diane’s class. I’d always had this, as it turned out, completely wrong misconception that yoga was about needing to be super supple and being able to tie yourself in knots. Nothing could be further from the truth. Diane’s classes are gentle and she emphasises the need to listen to your body and to avoid stressing and straining. Even so, at the end of the class you really feel as though you have had a good session. The atmosphere is… Read more »

Derek Mosedale
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I have been doing yoga with Diane for about two years and can definitely say that it helps me to relax my mind and body. I do a physically-demanding job, mainly outdoors, and look forward to our weekly classes to ‘recharge my batteries’. The exercises are not strenuous and you do not need to be extra supple to take part. In any event, Diane always emphasises that you should only do as much as you are able to without putting strain on your body. I have noticed though that I have naturally adapted to the exercises anyway without too much… Read more »

Pat Turner
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I started yoga with Diane about 5years ago to help me relax due to a very demanding job. I now no longer do that role but have found my weekly sessions to be essential in maintaining my suppleness and inner strength gained from the relaxation methods taught. I look on my sessions as a necessity and a reward.