• TRADITIONAL

    Flexibility and strength, energy and vitality, harmony and peace of mind developed through the practice of asana, pranayama and meditation.

  • THERAPEUTIC

    A wholistic approach to enhance health and well-being, allowing the body to heal and the mind to recover from the effects of modern day stress.

  • PROFESSIONAL

    An experienced Yoga Therapist and Yoga Teacher offering high quality teaching based on extensive experience.

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This week at Experience Yoga

  • Thu 26th 14:00 - 15:30 Yoga Therapy
  • Thu 26th 16:00 - 17:30 Yoga Therapy
  • Thu 26th 18:15 - 19:45 Yoga class 2
  • Fri 27th 09:30 - 11:00 Therapeutic yoga course
  • Fri 27th 14:00 - 15:00 New reservation for Private session
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Caroline is a sincere practitioner of Yoga. So her teaching is profound, arising from the depth of her experience. In Caroline's hands, you will truly Experience Yoga.

Swami Asokananda, Director, New York Integral Yoga® Institute

Real Life Stories

Many students come week in and week out to my classes. Like all of us they experience life’s joys, but also life’s hardships and challenges. I’m delighted to share some of their journeys with yoga and meditation, to bring to life the practices of yoga on and off the mat.

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Hear what some of our students are saying

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I have been going to Caroline's Thursday evening class for a few years now and have come to see her classes as my oasis during the normally stressful work week.

Deborah, Senior Secondary School Teacher
Anna Talacko (2)

The meditation course was comprehensive, nurturing and very effective and has helped significantly in the management and reduction of my pain and a general calming of my personality.

Anna, Dental Specialist
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Caroline has been terrific in assisting me recover from injuries, adjusting yoga poses to allow for my inflexibility and limitation of movement.

Barry, Accountant, keen sportsman

My Thoughts

5 yoga tips for your back – no mat required!

One in 7 Australians report back pain and as a result 2 in 5 experience some limitation in their day to day life (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2012). Many use medication, however increasingly people are coming to yoga to promote easeful movement and using meditation to assist with mindfulness and pain management. When you cannot get to class or onto your mat, there are many things you CAN do during your day… Read more on 5 yoga tips for your back – no mat required!

By Caroline on the May 11, 2016
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