About Morag.

Morag is a highly experienced yoga teacher, a long-term meditator, mother of two young adults, a dog owner, animal lover and an engineer by profession. She is passionate about yoga and sharing the benefits with others, giving them the wellbeing tools, they need to transform their lives.

 

Morag has been practicing yoga for 25 years. She was drawn in particular to a style of yoga called “Dru Yoga “when she was juggling a high-stressful corporate career with motherhood. Yoga had such a positive effect on her life, health and relationships, that she wanted to share the benefits with her friends, family and work colleagues and in 2006 she trained as a Dru Yoga Instructor. She has gone on to undertaken post graduate studies in Dru Meditation, Yoga for Kids and Teens, Yoga therapy for Back Care, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and Rieke.

 

As a qualified and certified Life Coach, Morag works with individuals and groups to optimise their heath, presence, life purpose and leadership potential.  

 

A lifelong learner, she is currently studying the science of Ayurveda and blends her knowledge of yoga philosophy and coaching psychology to create, holistic and highly effective, wellbeing solutions in four specifics areas:

 

1. Stress Buster Yoga Classes - for all ages and abilities. With a strong focus on relaxation and back care. Creating a welcoming space for her clients to “press the pause button” on their busy lives and time to rest, restore and rejuvenate.

 

2. Yoga for Teens and Young Adults – Helping young people manage stress, learn life skills and coping strategies and befriend their own bodies and minds.

 

3. Corporate Wellbeing – Providing Yoga and Meditation in the workplace with a focus on stress management and reducing back pain to increase staff engagement, mental focus and creativity and reduce absenteeism due to stress and back pain.

 

4. Coaching for Young Professionals – Helping young leader, maximise their potential,  lead from the heart and not burn out.

 

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Morag's Life Experiences.

Morag draws on her own life experiences to help others improve their health and wellbeing. She has experienced a number of major life challenges and has used her yoga and meditation tools to build personal resilience. She draws on her corporate career to compassionately support her business clients in practical ways that meet the needs of today’s workplace. She also uses her experience as a mum to connect with  teens and young adults to ensure her classes and coaching sessions are fun and welcoming.

 

She has gone through many seasons of life including menopause, burnout and depression. She speaks and teaches from the heart with personal experience and authentic empathy for others. 

 

About beingmore

Beingmore is the umbrella name for all the wellbeing services that Morag provides.

 

We are Human Beings, not Human Doings and so Morag encourages us to BE. Drawing on her huge toolbox she helps others live more in the present moment and find their inner peace.  So, whilst they are creating stronger, more flexible and healthier bodies her clients are also soothing their busy minds, balancing their emotions and becoming the best versions of themselves

 

The BEING MORE Paradox -  Morag fully recognises the paradox in the term “being more” and appreciates that we are all already enough. She invites others to realise this too, to believe in themselves, know they are already enough and to reach their full potential. 

 

In her yoga classes she encourages a “Less is More” approach to keep our bodies safe and comfortable and give ourselves the space and time we need to let go and heal.

 

About Dru Yoga.

“Dru” is a Sanskrit word meaning “still point” ........ and Morag’s aim is to help her clients find their own inner calm, and experience their own inner still point.

 

Dru Yoga is a graceful and potent form of yoga, based on soft flowing movements, directed breathing and visualisation. With its foundations set firmly in ancient yogic tradition, Dru works on body, mind and spirit to rejuvenate your whole being.

Often fondly nicknamed “yoga of the heart”, Dru Yoga has a subtle yet powerful way of unlocking the qualities of  joy, compassion, kindness, gratitude and generosity.