Come and explore this beautiful way of approaching yoga asanas. All are welcome; any age, new to yoga, experienced practitioners/teachers.
“…no technique to refer to, only an expansion of awareness and a reduction of effort.” Sandra Sabatini
BRISTOL Saturday mornings
10am – 12pm Wild Goose Space BS2 9YP
CARDIFF Sunday afternoons
2-4pm Cardiff Yoga Studio
Bristol Wild Goose Saturdays & Cardiff Yoga Space Sundays
Cost £25 each or £20 if you book more than one workshop.
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“Thanks again for the workshop – it was a really interesting and freeing experience. I’ve never really felt my body soften in quite the same way as I did with your help.” Lisa (Yoga Teacher) Sep 2017
“Caroline has transformed my yoga practice. She is so warm and likeable and is genuinely interested in each student’s experience. She is extremely skilled and gifted at using touch to guide her students to release tension and find freedom in the body. Her style of teaching requires the student to be explorative and playful and to take responsibility for being present in their body and experience a process of enquiry with each asana. She is skilled at finding ways into asanas when students have limitations due to injury or stiffness. There is no ego or performance with Caroline – she is wonderfully friendly, encouraging, humorous and approachable. I can’t recommend her highly enough.” Suzanne
“Caroline has a very gentle approach to yoga. The emphasis is not on achieving a position and advancing rapidly through different tasks. Instead she asks students to focus on sensation in their bodies while entering a pose and maintaining it. This means that instead of ‘holding’ a pose through muscular exertion one ‘arrives at it’ in a more organic fashion which actually engages more of the muscles and the skeleton than would otherwise be the case. The sessions advance at a gentle pace and at the end you feel that you have learned things and that you have had a good session of work.” Paul
“Thanks to Caroline’s yoga my longstanding ‘dodgy ankle’ is much better and I am more able to manage stress.” Simon, Environmental Consultant