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By moving with the breath we are able to draw our attention inwards giving us time to reflect and release any physical or emotional blockages we are holding.

As we inhale we begin to fill our bodies up with new energy, a new ‘light’ and as we exhale we start to free our bodies and minds of anything we no longer need. We can leave the mat feeling grounded and present in our lives ready to take on the day.

The 2019 retreat information now available.  Click below to find out more.

 Public Time Table

Monday

7.30am Triyoga, Ealing
6.30pm The Yoga Hutch (1hr 15)
8pm The Yoga Hutch (1hr 15)

Tuesday
7am Bhuti, Richmond

Wednesday
6pm Good Vibes, Fitzrovia

Thursday
6.30pm The Yoga Hutch (1hr 15)
8pm The Yoga Hutch (1hr 15)

Friday
12:15pm Triyoga, Ealing

 

Private Classes

Private classes are a great way to get a fantastic and personalised session.

One tailored to your specific requirements and goals.

One to one guidance and support to enable you to deepen your practice.

If you would like to discuss further, then do contact me below here.

Contact Caroline

Any questions about classes or bookings please do get in touch.

When you find peace within yourself, you become the kind of person who can live at peace with others.” ~ Peace Pilgrim

I first fell in love with yoga attending a small Ashtanga yoga studio in Clapham.

For an hour and a half twice a week I found a place where I could switch off from my hectic London life and clear my mind through the breathing techniques and yoga postures.

I would leave the room at the end of the session feeling like a huge weight had been lifted from my shoulders and from then I knew I was hooked. I now have a daily yoga practice.

Yoga makes me feel more present, grounded and positive.

Caroline Alexandra – 2018

About The Classes

My intention is to create a safe space in my classes to allow you to relax, rejuvenate and take time out for yourself.

I am also a great believer in diminishing the ego especially when practicing yoga.  In life we often become gripped by defending our ‘ego-identity’.  This causes us to feel stressed and under attack, constantly looking over our shoulder at what others are doing. Yoga is a very personal practice and whilst striving for self-improvement can be healthy it is also important to be kind to yourself and progress with your practice at a steady pace that is right for you and your body.

I studied for my200 hour teaching training course with Heather Elton in 2014 in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow and have since gone on to complete a further200 hour training with The Yoga People in Bali in Yin and Ashtanga and my Pregnancy and Post-Natal training with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli through Yoga Campus.

I now teach yoga in London and Surrey alongside running retreats once to twice a year.

 

Contact Caroline

Any questions about classes or bookings please do get in touch.