About Carol


On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.   The Bhagavad Gita

Yoga is a practice that brings light to every moment of our lives.

Based in north Hertfordshire, UK, Carol guides students from all walks of life in their discovery of the profound benefits of yoga - physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Her approach is nurturing, student-centred and precise.

A practitioner since 1991, Carol has taught since 2002. She has contributed to teacher training programmes for the last 11 years, with a focus on the history and philosophy of yoga, access, introductory pranayama, meditation and restorative practices. CPD (Continuing Professional Development) is offered for teachers.

Locally, Carol specialises in one-to-one tuition.

A long-term meditator, she is happy to share the logical, quietly empowering steps towards this illuminating practice.

Originally a linguist, she has had an interest in wisdom from other cultures, ways of life and the universal human condition for as long as she can remember.

E-RYT 500, YACEP (Continuing Education Provider to qualified teachers, recognised by Yoga Alliance US), BWY Dip., Advanced Relax and Renew® Trainer, Cert. Yoga Nidra,  BA (Hons), MA (Distinction), Dip. Sports Massage Therapy. 


Influences and deep gratitude:

500-hour Teaching Diploma, British Wheel of Yoga, London
Advanced Relax and Renew® (Restorative Yoga), Judith Hanson Lasater, San Francisco
Yoga Nidra, Amritananda, Swami Pragyamurti, Satyananda Yoga, London
Senior teachers/direct students in the Iyengar and ashtanga traditions
Meditation: Vipassana (S.N.Goenka), London Insight, Gaia House
Yoga for Pregnancy, BWY/Wendy Teasdill, London
Clive Sheridan
Sarah Litton
Mindful Self-Compassion, Dr Christopher Germer and Dr Kristin Neff, Elspeet, Netherlands
Level 4 Diploma, Sports Massage Therapy, Tim Paine and Sports Therapy UK
Teachers from 15 years' ballet training and forays into contemporary dance, Argentine tango and dance movement therapy (Laban)
Colleagues from previous EU civil service and corporate lives in Brussels, and at the National Portrait Gallery, London