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Online Course

Become a Dru Breath & Pranayama coach in 29 Days

This advanced course builds upon the solid foundation of Level 1 training, offering a deeper exploration into the potential of breathwork. Get ready to experience more diverse, individually tailored breathwork sessions and expand the toolkit you can offer to your clients.

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Become a Dru Breath & Pranayama coach in 29 Days
Become a Dru Breath & Pranayama coach in 29 Days

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04 May 2024, 10:00 – 01 Jun 2024, 11:00

Online Course


Develop your Breathwork. Enter the Domain of Pranayama.

Level 1 focused predominantly on the physical body by modulating the nervous system to manage your state. This next stage focuses on a crucial aspect of our being to help establish comprehensive well-being with more precision—the subtle dimensions of prana and the subtle body. Develop further expertise with the potential of Dru breathwork by engaging with prana and pranayama through live sessions, daily practices, new methodologies and insights that enhance your breathwork and coaching toolkit. Plus, weekly teaching opportunities will help you fine-tune your coaching skills as well as help forge lifelong friendships with your peers.

Quiz: Is Level 2 right for you?

Longing to progress in your personal practice?

Ready to explore the subtler dimensions of breathwork?

Feeling stuck integrating pranayama consistently into your routine?

Looking for inspiration to finally kickstart your breath coach practice?

You’re familiar with pranayama but you don’t feel confident to coach others with it?

You seek advanced techniques to be able to offer more personalised sessions to clients?

Should any of these strike a chord with you... Level 2 has been specifically crafted with you in mind Practitioners and breath coaches share common challenges


Juggling personal practice amidst a hectic schedule

Uncertainty regarding which specific breathing techniques to practice or coach

Recognising the need to be able to discern safe practices from potentially risky ones


Unsure of the distinction between breath and prana and exactly when to choose to work with each

Seeking more diverse and tailored methods to offer clients a wider range of experiences

Wondering how to guide clients through deeper transformative experiences, seeking strategies to overcome stagnation


Dealing with clients with varied conditions, requiring personalised coaching approaches

Wonder how to best sequence various techniques seamlessly into sessions for holistic benefits

Lacking confidence in delivering consistent tangible results through breathwork sessions

Ultimately you want to be able to be more effective

Whether in your personal or coaching practice, there may come a point where you need more precision in addressing more nuanced imbalances across the physical, mental, and subtle realms.

This requires proper understanding and experience around prana, pranayama, and certain Ayurvedic principles. It’s easy to grapple with uncertainty about which methods to employ and when.

Stagnation or hurdles in both your own or your client’s progress can leave you at a loss on what to do next.

Whether breathing or coaching, say goodbye to doubt

There's often hesitancy among breathworkers, yoga instructors and breath coaches when it comes to practicing or guiding Pranayama, stemming from a lack of complete understanding. Embrace this chance to fully explore and engage with the profound realm of prana, the life-sustaining force. Prana embodies nurturing, compassion, and the awakening of life’s vitality and intelligence. Level 2 will equip you with the knowledge and tools that will help you welcome pranayama's practice with open arms, for you’ll discover it holds boundless treasures to offer.

You already know how to change state. Next step, facilitate transformation

Transform your health and your client's well-being by utilising targeted pranayamas to harmonise doshas, boost prana, tejas, and ojas, and induce profound relaxation.

Enhance your expertise and skills both as a practitioner and coach by harnessing the 3 types of pranayama for a comprehensive three-fold approach:

  • Cleansing, strengthening, tonifying, and balancing of your nadis, doshas, and mind
  • Sensory withdrawal and concentration to make the mind more receptive for meditation
  • Inner alignment and directing prana in specific channels for energetic transformation

Employ these methodologies and techniques to refine, balance, and positively impact both your and your client’s pranic landscape, influencing the physical, mental, and spiritual realms.

Pranic awareness is a superpower

Breath and prana are not the same.

Realising and experiencing that pranayama, often misunderstood as a mere breathing technique, stands as the indispensable bridge connecting external and internal yoga practices will open a whole new world of possibilities for you.

Discover what it means to move from breath to prana, and from prana to consciousness.

Whether you're a practitioner, a breath coach, a yoga and meditation teacher, or an Ayurvedic practitioner, honing your awareness of prana alongside these new skills and insights will prove invaluable.

Whether your aim is to enhance health or attain deeper states of consciousness, this refined awareness will set you up for success.

Receive frameworks, templates, and helpful handouts designed to craft highly effective pranayama sessions and monitor progress

Pranayama always serves a specific purpose, practiced within a contextual framework.

For example, selecting the appropriate pranayama aligns with both the season and the doshic constitution, whether of yourself or your client.

Your objectives will guide the choice of pre-practices, incorporation of mudras, what pranayama to use and the overall focus of the practice, tailored to achieve your desired outcome.

From sequencing an optimal pranayama session to recommending specific pranayamas for various purposes, we've got you covered with our support material.

Here's how it works
  • 📹 3 Live sessions (60 minutes) with André Hartwich
  • 🖥️ 4 Live hosted teaching practice sessions (60 minutes) in which you have the opportunity to practice putting your breath coaching skills into action
  • 🧘🏽 Daily morning (+/- 20 minutes) and end-of-day practices (+/- 10 minutes) for a total of about 30 minutes of daily practice
  • 📺 20 recorded sessions digging deeper into the various concepts and practices for a total of about 5 hours of content you continue to have access to
  • 🧠 Regular Q&A sessions to reinforce and clarify everything you've learned
  • 💬 Access to our course Telegram channel in which you can engage with your fellow students
  • ✍🏼 Templates, habit trackers, and other support material for you to download and use
  • 💼 15+ pranayamas and breathing techniques including Bhuta Shuddhi pranayama, Pakti pranayama, Soma pranayama, various mudras, 5 prana vayu meditations, shat-kriyas, pranayama pre-practices, and more ...
Dates: May 4th, 2024 - June 1st, 2024 The live sessions are recorded and available for replay on your course portal 10:00 AM –11:00 AM (UK) Live Sessions

Session 1 • May 4th Session 2 • TBA Session 3 • June 1st

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (UK) Live-Hosted Teaching Practices

Session 1 • May 9th Session 2 • May 16th Session 3 • May 23rd Session 4 • May 30th

Early bird offer till March 9 - (£549) £495 You'll receive
  • Access to the May 2024 Course on the learning hub and Telegram channels
  • 3 live sessions (60 minutes each - replay available)
  • Opportunity to ask questions for the Q&A sessions
  • 4 hosted teaching practice sessions (60 minutes each)
  • 2 Daily breathing & pranayama practices for 29 days
  • 20 recorded content sessions
  • Templates, habit trackers, and other support material
  • 15+ pranayamas and breathing techniques including Bhuta Shuddhi pranayama, Pakti pranayama, Soma pranayama, various mudras, 5 prana vayu meditations, shat-kriyas, pranayama pre-practices, and more ...


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