Yoga in Conil de la Frontera
I am a Dru Yoga teacher in Conil de la Frontera, which is convenient for towns throughout Cadiz - Chiclana, San Fernando, El Palmar, Canos de Meca, Vejer de la Frontera.
My regular classes include Dru Yoga sequences, postures, relaxation and stretching, meditation and breathing techniques. Backcare lessons and Yoga for Pregnancy classes are carefully balanced, with respect and care for the needs of individual students.
If you would like a one to one class or you would like to learn with friends, give me a ring to discuss what you are looking for from your yoga classes and fix times and dates to suit your schedule.
What is Dru Yoga? Dru is an international yoga school, part of the classical Hatha tradition. Yoga helps improve strength and flexibility, create core strength and stability, and build a positive mental attitude. Dru Yoga classes always include a relaxation period which will rejuvenate your whole being, leaving you ready to face life's challenges. We always start with fun, lively activations to warm you up in order to avoid stiffness or injury.
Dru Yoga includes flowing sequences which are easy to learn and fit into your home practice - in 15 minutes per day you can carry out a sequence which contains all the movements your body needs to ensure suppleness and strength.
We also teach the classical asanas, breathing, meditation and relaxation methods with our own adaptations to suit all students.
Dru Yoga is adaptable to students of abilities, all fitness levels and all age groups, and is suitable for students with health issues, back problems or emotional and psychological issues they want to work with in a natural way. Dru is a style suitable for pregnant students after the first trimester, and post natally once you have had the go-ahead from your medical professional. You will need to talk to me to discuss any special care we need to take, and to adapt the postures to meet your own physical state at the time of your class.
Dru Yoga is a style practised in many countries, including the UK, Europe, Australia and Canada and research is undertaken into the benefits of yoga for students. A 2005 survey of Dru Yoga students found that students felt they had achieved major health and wellbeing benefits such as: