About Edith Ewald

Edith has been practising a variety of different styles of yoga for over 25 years. In 2008 she discovered Dru Yoga, joined the Professional Dru Yoga Teacher Training run by Padma McIntyre, a 200 hours Yoga Alliance course in London, and has been teaching this safe and therapeutic style of yoga since 2009. Edith also qualified in Restorative Yoga at a teacher training run by Anna Ashby at Tri-yoga London and in Yin Yoga with Norman Blair. Both Yoga styles are part of her teaching.

Edith teaches at London gyms, yoga studios and workplaces. At weekends she has a regular class at Champneys Spa Hotel, Tring where she also offers Yoga breaks.

She is a caring, compassionate teacher making yoga a harmonising and balancing experience for everyone.

Apart from her passion for yoga, Edith has always had a great interest in complementary medicine and has explored various schools and teachings for more than 30 years. She has attended courses and done trainings in Reiki, Bach Flower Remedies and Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2012 she trained as a Diet & Lifestyle Consultant in Ayurveda with Dr Deepa Apte at Ayurveda Pura Academy in London. Edith is currently undergoing a training as a certified Nutrition Therapist.

Edith offers Ayurvedic consultations in Islington, North London.

Edith Ewald

“I think all of us would benefit from Dru, which is not like other kinds of yoga. Edith is a caring and creative teacher, committed to her practice, who helps us tune into our bodies and minds through flowing sequences, visualisations, meditation and relaxation, accompanied by beautiful music.“
RB

Edith Ewald Yoga

YOGA

Dru yoga is a unique style of Hatha yoga with its graceful and easy flowing movements and sequences, guided breathing, affirmations and blissful…

LIFESTYLE

Ayurveda teaches us to understand our unique body type and constitution and to live in harmony with it. Only when we live according to our constitution we can create…

DIET

Ayurveda is the holistic medical system from India which has been practised for more than 5,000 years and can be translated as the “knowledge of life” or…