Yoga Workshops and Courses

Spring Workshop with Lucyoga in Camberwell, London

Sunday 24 February

2 – 4 pm (Yoga Arch, Camberwell)


This workshop will gift you an afternoon of soulful, slow and empowering Dru Yoga. Open and accessible to all we will work with nurturing yoga to prepare you for spring; the best time to think about your intentions for the year ahead.


This workshop is suitable for all and can be adapted to suit those struggling with health and fitness, who are pregnant, post-natal or just plain knackered.

Yoga bolsters, blankets and blocks ready for a Dru Yoga workshop with Lucyoga at Yoga Arch in Camberwell

Yoga for Change with Lucyoga at The Tetley, Leeds

Saturday 16 March

10 am – 12:30 pm (The Tetley, Leeds)


Lucyoga’s Yoga for Change workshop explores how to practically use yoga to help you deal with change. This workshop will look at change related to political and social events, and things that are happening in your life that affect you but that are not determined by your own actions.


We will work specifically on how to deal with challenging and heightened emotions such as anger and frustration, and burnout from activism or caring for others.


This workshop focuses on how you can keep yourself healthy and well at times of great change. We will look at how to acknowledge, and then move on from, negative feelings which can hinder our ability to change, and learn how to progress forward in challenging circumstances.


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Yoga for Change workshop at The Tetley, Leeds, Saturday 16 March 2019

What is Dru Yoga?

Dru Yoga is a beautiful slow and flowing form of yoga that will help you to relax, unwind and stretch out your body. It can help revive tired muscles, reduce back pain and combat stress. Dru Yoga gives the mind and body much needed rest and relaxation, to help you find a still point in your busy world.

“It was very relaxing and really loosened my hip joints!” – Liam McCull

What to expect

These workshops will bring together physical movements and asana (yoga postures) with more subtle yoga techniques like mudras (hand gestures), pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation.
“Good mix of dynamic movement and relaxation and meditations. Nice pace and warm, supportive teacher” – Jess Haddon
Physical movements and yoga help us to become aware of ourselves, to let go of stress and anxiety, to become more mindful. And to allow the body to release the emotions we store so deeply, to enable us to relax fully.
“I’m too blissed out to say anything terribly meaningful except that it was really lovely” – Lydia
Intertwined with the asana we will try out mudras and pranayama which can help bring moments of peace and calm when you need them most – in the middle of your day and in challenging situations.
In all workshops, we’ll take an extended relaxation, helped by the movement and stretching we’ve just done, and supported by bolsters and blankets so you can be as comfortable as possible.

Who are these workshops suitable for?

These workshops, are suitable for you whether you are totally new to yoga, have been practising for years, or anything in between.
“I always thought I wasn’t made for yoga but Lucy’s classes are brilliant  – well guided, spiritual and make me feel I’ve achieved something” – Siobhan
The workshops will be gentle and restorative and suitable for EVERYONE no matter what your fitness level, health or yoga experience is like. They will be suitable for those with health challenges, who are pregnant or post-natal. But it is vital that you inform me in advance if you have any current or chronic health issues, are pregnant or less than 6 months post-natal. Email to let me know.
“Friendly, accessible for all levels of physical ability. Very informative, relaxed.” – Julie Leech

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