Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Dru Yoga Class Sitting

How is the course content arranged?

The course is arranged into different modules that contain the components of the Dru approach to yoga therapy.


The first part of the course is comprised of several core modules that will give you an understanding of the principles of yoga therapy, including essential theory, and the development of subjective and objective assessment skills. These skills are then systematically applied to pathologies within the different systems of the body, with specific techniques in each case.


When can I start practising?

Once you have successfully completed the course you will be able to call yourself a Dru Yoga Therapist, and begin to practise as such, should you wish. During the course, you are required to produce five therapeutic case studies, and therefore will need to have subjects to practise with. For this part of the course we suggest that you request the help of friends or family, unless you are already insured to practise in some other therapeutic modality.


Do you allow payments to be extended beyond the end of the course?

Yes, we always try to meet the needs of our students with a wide range of payment options.


What happens if I miss some course days?

As a professional qualification, we insist that all required hours are completed in order to graduate. In the unusual circumstance that you miss a module, you will be expected to make up the hours at the discretion of the course leader. This will normally be in the form of individual mentoring. You will be required to pay the fees for the module that was missed, as well as a mentoring fee to the tutor, for their time.