Aug 2019


  • August 21st, 2019 - 8:15 pm - 9:30 pm

  • Ranmoor Parish Centre, Sheffield South Yorkshire

£10 per class

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Dru Yoga is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation.

With its foundations set firmly in the ancient yogic tradition and incorporating the latest scientific insights, Dru works on the body, mind and emotions to bring about greater health, harmony and happiness.

At TOBY YOGA we start each lesson with a fun activation to wake you up and warm-up your body. We’ll then move onto a flowing EBR (energy block release) sequence to release tension from the joints and muscles, followed by targeted posture work (asanas) and breathing techniques (pranayama).

The class will finish with a long, deep guided relaxation.

“Toby is an excellent teacher; calm, organised, thoughtful and puts you at ease. Dru yoga is gentle and powerful all at the same time. I do it to help maintain not only physical but mental and emotional well being.” Lindsey, TOBY YOGA student

“Dru is a wonderful, gentle yet powerful form of yoga, that works on the mind and soul as well as the body. Toby’s classes combine breathing exercises, meditation and asanas practice, guided by his warm and attentive presence. The perfect way to unwind, rebalance and strengthen yourself in today’s busy world.” Kate, TOBY YOGA student

“I’ve been going to Toby’s classes for over a year and a half and I’m completely addicted! Dru is about mind as much as body, although the flexibility and toning benefits are excellent. Classes are relaxed and fun and you always come out feeling like your mind has been calmed and cleared.” Catherine, TOBY YOGA student

“Toby is a warm, open-hearted and intuitive teacher who shapes his classes to suit the needs of all participants. Dru Yoga is a beautiful, flowing, calming yoga discipline which anyone of any age or experience can benefit from.” Matt, TOBY YOGA student



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