With a background in office management and sitting at a desk for many years, Caroline understands the aches and pains of a desk job. a 4 year stint in the University of London Officer Cadets as a section commander and 2iC means the skills learnt in Getting people to move for their own good comes in handy during a yoga class. Having played many sports at one point or another, running, hockey, squash, football, boxing, capoeira to name but a few, caroline is fascinated by movement of the body.

Bringing together physical asana practice with a combination of pranayama (breath control) and meditation, she has developed a passion for empowerment over 15 years of practice. Caroline channels her extensive knowledge of the practice gained in INdia with a glowing positivity to enthuse her classes with an uplifting spirit.

Ever growing in her practice, she seeks to incorporate not only the body in her teaching, but mind and soul. Her belief in a holistic approach to healing translates in her teachings as an all encompassing experience, that will look not only to heal external ailments, but the internal while taking into account a person’s lifestyle. 

She understands that everyone is different  and believes that everyone needs a helping hand once in a while to find their quiet strength within. 


No two classes are the same under Caroline's guidance, With authentic connection she looks to incorporate individualised feedback and support to each and every student by using authentic connection. 

A fundamental part of this learning process is understanding that the physical asana practice is only the first step of yoga. The next step - the fun stuff - is getting to know yourself and loving what you find or changing it up.

You will work hard both physically and mentally.  You will leave feeling fitter, less stressed, more flexible and connected with your amazingness. You will feel like you are walking on air.

“You get the practice that you need”

“Presence”, that condition at the core of yoga, the goal sought by every practitioner, is what I find in the instruction, the attention and the methods of Caroline’s classes. I have been fortunate to experience her approaches in leading large group, small group and individual experiences. She follows no rote or set routine; no prescriptive sequences are imposed upon either group, rather she treats any class as a collection of individuals whose needs evaluated in relation to their long term growth are set within the conditions of the day. She is response-able and respond she does with critical assessment, a gentle and supportive questioning and always a warm humour. There is technical evaluation and terminologies for the interested, quiet and supportive feedback and active advice when questioned. Caroline models presence in her leadership from the front, the back or the side of the room, implementing the flexibility of her critical eye, her supple demonstrations and the encouragement that keeps her students excited and loyal.
— Jon