New to Orana?

At Orana classes require no prior experience & cater for all body types, ages & gender. You are a part of a non-competitive environment that provides time for you to be nurtured by a professional team of caring teachers who are fully qualified and insured.

  • Wear comfortable lose fitting clothes
  • Eat 1 -2 hours prior to attending class
  • Bring a water bottle
  • All equipment is supplied; you’re welcome to bring your own mat and/ or towel to cover an Orana mat
  • Ensure that we have updated information by filling out the ‘Confidential Health Status’ form
  • If circumstances have changed for you, e.g. health concerns, pregnancy, please let your teacher know so that the activities can be modified to suit you
  • Be kind to yourself, listen to your body and rest at any time.
  • Facilities available to relax and socialize both prior to and after sessions
  • Disabled and wheelchair access
  • EFTPOS available

How is Dru different from other types of yoga?

There are many different types of yoga and the difference between them depends on what they focus on. Many people appreciate Dru because anyone can do it, regardless of age, body shape or ability. Dru is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation. It is deeply relaxing and rejuvenating, yet it can take you to any level of fitness you’d like, improving your strength, flexibility and building core stability. Dru specialises in integrating your body, mind and spirit. Dru uses classical yoga and meditation techniques to help you positively transform how you think, how to keep your emotions uplifted as well as revitalise your body. You will always feel great when you do Dru!

For further information about Dru Yoga and Meditation go to:
Link to www.dru.com.au
and www.dru.com

Thinking of enrolling in a Dru course? What makes this course unique?

Dru is an international yoga school, travel overseas and continue your training!

  • Start teaching and earning halfway through the course
  • Flexible course structure (miss a day and catch up elsewhere)
  • Fully registered with the International Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia (YA)
  • Strong post-graduate training programs  ongoing training in Yoga Dance, Back Care, Youth, Pre-natal and Yoga Trapist accreditation.

Payments can be arranged to suit everyone!

Professional Register Choosing the right school to train with is a big decision and will help shape your entire career as a yoga teacher. Since 1985 we have trained over 2,500 Dru Yoga teachers worldwide. Here in Australia we’ve trained 405 Dru yoga teachers, and another 177 are currently in training. Approximately half of our students start to teach before graduation, helping to recoup their costs. Dru Australia Office PO Box 448 Mawson ACT 2607 T 02 6161 1462 E courses@dru.com.au www.dru.com.au
Where can I train in Dru Yoga? Can I choose a different training format?You can train across the world! In Australia we run courses in Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth and Albury-Wodonga. Course formats vary in these locations and range from one day per month to 4-day modules. We also have a course running in New Zealand.

Dru runs training courses in UK, Australasia and throughout Europe. Anyone for a holiday overseas?

How much of a time commitment is the course?The time commitment varies from person to person, although most students would practice daily or every second day for around 15 to 30 minutes, and if you’re planning to teach this would be advantageous. A few practise less than this, but many practise more, knowing how much this enhances their lives and wellbeing!
Dru Australia Office PO Box 448 Mawson ACT 2607 T 02 6161 1462 E courses@dru.com.au  www.dru.com.au