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12.30PM - 3.00PM



Discover how Dru Yoga can help balance and ground you

Dru Yoga is a graceful and potent form of yoga based on flowing movements, directed breathing, mudras (hand gestures) and visualisation. Experience the stillness, clarity and calm that arises when we connect with our inner strength and purpose.

During the workshop we’ll explore the power of energy block release sequences to help free up tension in our body and mind. We’ll also practice flowing posture sequences with mudras to create harmony and balance that we can take off the mat and into our daily lives. The afternoon will conclude by experiencing the power of deep relaxation and meditation, inviting healing to happen on all levels of our existence – body, mind and soul.

“Dru” comes from the Sanskrit word Dhruva, which refers to the stillness that can be experienced in Dru Yoga.  In this stillness we’re able to act from a point of clarity and inner calm no matter what is happening around us.

This workshop is suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

For more information about Dru Yoga, visit: DRU YOGA

This workshop is suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

About Ada Giaquinto
Ada started practising yoga as a teenager and from her first class felt a deep sense of relaxation and wellbeing. She spent over 20 years working in the media and publishing industry, often drawing on the art of yoga and meditation to maintain work-life balance. 

Ada has now been practising yoga for over 30 years and during this time has studied a variety of traditions. A graduate of Dru Yoga Teacher Training and Dru Meditation Teacher Training, she has been teaching yoga for the past ten years. She is currently undertaking a three year Dru Yoga Therapy training to help integrate her knowledge and skills of the healing path of yoga.

Ada has taught in a variety of settings, including: yoga schools, high schools, universities, gyms, corporate groups, chronic illness groups, one-to-one private sessions and de-stress and relaxation programs for Victorian bush fire survivors. She is currently on the Dru Yoga Teacher Training teaching faculty in Sydney.

Ada is passionate about sharing this graceful and healing style of yoga with people of all ages and abilities.