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A Little More About Me

Be in the moment.

Hello! My name is Pauline and I love moving (in every sense of the word!) and living a life free of limitations. After finishing my PhD I left France for Prague and worked in a physical chemistry lab while traveling to the UK to qualify as a yoga teacher. Beginning 2020, I moved to Salzburg and decided to give up my job to do more of what I love.

Being a sports lover, I am very familiar with back pain. Recurrent sciatica issues and the intensive practice of jujitsu a few years ago left me with a very sore back. Flowing Spine Yoga has helped me to make back problems a memory of the past. I love to play with my yoga and transmit that playfulness and cheeky side of me in my classes.

About Flowing Spine Yoga

Breathe. Sweat. Laugh. Heal.

The spine is at the center of our body. All our movements originate from the spine, but did you know that the spine is also controlling our mood, emotions, and wellbeing
Playing with your spine allows to bring back movement, hydrates it, makes you feel fresh, full of vitality and, more importantly, reduces stress and anxiety.

About DRU Yoga

Stillness in motion

Dru Yoga has its roots in hatha yoga and includes classical yoga postures (asanas), pranayama (breath work), mudras (gestures), positive affirmations, empowering visualisations and powerful, flowing, dynamic sequences.

What is unique about Dru Yoga?

  • Joints are kept relaxed and soft during movement (as in tai chi). This creates flexibility and a free flow of subtle energy.

  • Energy Block Release sequences (EBRs) are easy-to-practise, flowing movements that help to release tension physically, mentally and emotionally.

  • In Dru Yoga all movements originate from the spine because a flexible, healthy spine supports your entire yoga practice.

  • The spinal wave and spinal twist are core features of Dru, enhancing spinal health and vitality.

  • A deep understanding of core stability is a major focus.

  • Dru Yoga works to balance the chakras (energy centres of the body) and access the powerful energy of the heart.

  • Within the flow of movement, Dru Yoga creates powerful moments of stillness which we call ‘Dru points’.


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