Snowdonia intake starts 14th -19th November 2013 What is Dru Meditation?
Dru Meditation is about finding a still inner point from which you can look at the world in a different way and discover a fresh, new perspective on your life.The Dru Meditation course
This course is a powerful transformational journey that provides you with the tools to examine and transform ways of being that you find unhelpful so that you can engage with your life in a positive and successful way. You will be taught the process of meditation, from its most physical techniques to the most subtle awareness of your own energy.
You will explore different styles of meditation and will find real inner peace through your own practice. You will also learn the science of teaching meditation to others, and guiding them through that same process.
Amongst other things, you will learn:
How do I prepare to come?
- Structuring and planning meditation classes
- Dru prana kriyas, pranayama, mudra and visualisation techniques
- Meditations for each kosha
- Meditation in the workplace
- A deep understanding of subtle energy
- Meditative prayer and contemplation techniques
- Chanting/singing and mantra meditation
- Meditation for healing the body and the earth
In order for us to be able to move the whole group ahead at the same pace, we encourage you to have attended two Dru Meditation retreats before the teacher training course. It helps if you are familiar with the basic Dru Yoga and Meditation techniques found on those retreats.
• Knowledge on the chakras and subtle energy systems
• Working knowledge of Energy Block Release sequences 1, 2 & 3 and other Dru Yoga sequences
• Experience of the Prana Kriya techniques
• Good knowledge of the Vertical Alignment, Blue Mist and other techniques taught on the preparatory retreats
• An established daily meditation practice
Alternatively, we encourage you to attend at least a term of Dru meditation classes with a qualified Dru meditation teacher, in place of one of the retreats.
It is not always possible to achieve these preparations when courses are close to their start dates, so please contact us for details of how you can join the course in these situations. Call us on 01248 602900.Snowdonia
This course consists of three, five-day modules per year, for two years. This course is residential, held in the beautiful location of Snowdonia Mountain Lodge in North Wales. Walks in nature form an important part of the experience, and the stunning mountains and fresh air bring an extra sense of stillness! What does it cost?
There is a course fee of £590 per module for tuition, course manuals, food and accommodation at Snowdonia Mountain Lodge, North Wales. There may be an annual increase of around £20 per year in course fees.When is it?
Snowdonia: Module 1 is 14th -19th November 2013 and thereafter modules will be approximately every 3-4 months. The modules start at 6pm the first afternoon, and end at 2.30pm on the last day.Any questions?
I’ve not done any Dru Yoga before – is this course right for me?
Some of the people on this course are already Dru Yoga teachers, so you’ll need to catch up on Dru Yoga through attending a weekly class and using Dru DVDs and books. You will also need to come to the 2 retreats to get to know our style of meditation and learn the pre-requisite techniques.
I am a Dru Yoga graduate – do I have to attend both retreats to apply?
Please contact the tutors (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can assess whether you’ll be able to manage with just one retreat as a preparation.