I have practised yoga on and off since I was a teenager but when I was in my 40's I started to attend a Dru
class. I was very soon 'hooked' as the benefits of the practice helped me to let go of my considerable
stresses........ I had brought up two young children pretty much single handed alongside working full time as
a teacher in a high school. At the time I started to go to classes I was on medication for an irregular
heartbeat. I found that the yoga helped to heal me physically, mentally and emotionally. It enabled me to
let go of the tensions, the emotional pains I had been through and to find an inner stillness.
I quickly established a daily practice of my own and then eventually in 2010 started the teacher training
course. I am so happy to be able to share the benefits of Dru yoga with my friends, family, colleagues and my
My yoga practice has impacted so many areas of my life: a respect for my physical well being, a respect for
all life forms, improved relationships, a deep love of nature, a deep sense of gratitude.
I live in Egginton with my husband, our dogs Tilly and Benjy, and from time to time our grown up son and
daughter! I love spending time outside in the fresh air and preferably the countryside walking with the dogs,
friends or on my own. I take lots of photographs of the beautiful things I see whilst walking (some of which I
have chosen for this site).
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