Month: May 2018

Dru yoga, meditation, and Ayurvedic massage in Bicester – Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of shape!

Reduce back pain with Dru Yoga

Did you know that back pain is one of the most common reasons for a visit to a UK doctor? Perhaps you’ve experienced back pain? If you have then you know how miserable it can be. Dru Yoga is backed by scientific research which indicates that it can help reduce back pain! The science bit…
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Privacy Policy

What is this Privacy Policy for? This privacy policy is for this website www.raisinyoga.co.uk and people attending RaisinYoga classes and massages. The information I use and where I get it from RaisinYoga holds the email addresses and mobile phone numbers of people that have got in touch to ask about classes/massages or who have filled…
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Discover Ayurvedic Massage

Ayurvedic massage – sounds exotic and mysterious, right? In today’s blog, I’m going to talk a bit about Ayurvedic massage and hopefully demystify it for you! First of all…let’s take a trip to India! The roots of Ayurveda Simply translated, Ayurveda means the “science of life” and is a traditional system of medicine originating in…
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Yoga classes – what to expect in your first Dru class

Yoga classes – this phrase might fill you with joy if you’ve been to lots of classes and love yoga! However, if it’s your first ever class, you might be feeling a little nervous. In today’s blog, I’m going to guide you through what to expect in your first Dru Yoga class! What to expect…
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Yoga poses – spotlight on natarajasana (dancer)

Yoga poses…so many to choose from! In my first blog of the 30 day challenge, I talked about my favourite pose – Natarajasana (Lord of the Dance or dancer pose). You might know that there is usually a story behind a yoga pose…so what’s the story of Natarajasana? The story behind Natarajasana To understand the…
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Yoga near me – how to find the right yoga for you

Yoga near me…this is a popular Google search when looking for a yoga class…but there are so many different types out there…how do you choose the right one? We are all unique so the key thing is to find a yoga style that works for you. Here’s a short guide on different types of yoga…
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The story of me and Dru Yoga

I often get asked – “how did you get into Dru Yoga?” – so here’s my story! I’ve loved yoga every since I was a teenager. Back then I was inspired by a contemporary dance teacher who used yoga during our warm ups. In one session, we got to show a stretch to the group…
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Meditation classes in Bicester!

In preparation for my meditation teacher training assessment in July, I will be starting to run meditation classes on a Monday morning in Bicester. If you would be interested in taking part please let me know (email me at raisinloaf@yahoo.co.uk or via Facebook). The classes will run on a “pay what you feel” basis while…
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