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Hatha Yoga San Francisco
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Yoga for the Injured San Francisco
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Public Yoga Classes

Hatha Yoga in San Francisco
All Level Yoga in San Francisco
Known affectionately as the “Alignment Guru,”
Caroline will gently push you towards your potential.


Caroline teaches public Hatha Yoga classes at two locations in San Francisco.

Hatha Yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring attention to our breath, which helps you to still the fluctuations of the mind, and be more present in the unfolding of each moment.

Tuesday, 6:15 - 7:30pm

Beginner Hatha Yoga

The Mindful Body, 2876 California St, San Francisco, CA


Thursday, 9:45- 11am

Yoga Basics

Bernal Yoga, 908 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA


Thursday, 6:15 - 7:30pm

All Level Hatha Yoga

The Mindful Body, 2876 California St, San Francisco, CA



Caroline has been integrating the fullness of Yoga practice – asana poses, pranayama breathwork, meditation and mantra  – into her practice for more than 20 years. Her teaching style is friendly, methodical, and centering, with a touch of lighthearted wit. Every class promotes the balance between building strength and flexibility for a healthy, happy body, and benefits all body types: flexible, inflexible, those in pain, and those feeling fit as a fiddle.

Frequently asked questions

What styles of Yoga does Caroline teach?

Beginner Hatha Yoga and Yoga Basics These classes are designed for pure beginners and those desiring a slow, detailed pace. Classes focus on healthy alignment in foundational Yoga poses and breathwork to provide the building blocks for an advancing practice. Many students have been coming to these classes for years, others begin here and move on to advanced classes. All Level Hatha Yoga This class is an exploration of the breadth of Yoga poses, and includes standing, twisting, balancing, stretching, back bending/heart opening and inversion poses. Props are often used to finetune alignment and promote mastery of postures. Breathing techniques are used to enhance the practice and center the mind. Class sequencing focuses on building strength and flexibility for a healthy and happy body. Hatha Vinyasa Vinyasa means ‘to place in a special way,’ and in Yoga this means progressive sequences that unfold with an inherent harmony and intelligence. This class combines the fluidity of Vinyasa with the intelligent alignment principles of Hatha Yoga to build strength, stamina and flexibility. Classes typically begin with Sun Salutations to warm the body and focus the mind. Vinyasa Yoga teaches us to cultivate an awareness that links each action to the next, on the mat and in our lives. Yoga for Healthy Aging (Ageless Yoga) For everyone who would like to age with as much strength and grace a possible, this class promotes healthy muscle tone and strong bones, and supports joint range-of-motion as well as agility, cardiovascular health, and a centered mind. Numerous studies confirm that Yoga practice has a remarkable impact on physical and mental health along with spiritual well-being.

How much does a class cost?

Both The Mindful Body and Bernal Yoga offer drop-in rates, a new student discounted one-month package special, and discounted class series cards. Please visit or for more information.

I'm injured. Can Caroline's classes help?

In the majority of cases yes absolutely! Of course the severity of your condition will need to be taken into account and in some instances a doctors note will be required. Caroline has a deep understanding of the body, and utilizes her skills as a Yoga Teacher, Massage Therapist, and Pilates Instructor when helping those injured or in pain. If you're intending on joining a public Yoga group class, the Beginner or Basic level classes are recommended. Private Yoga Sessions are an especially effective way of learning how you can take care of yourself and progress towards recovery.

Why are Private Yoga Sessions beneficial?

Private classes are always tailored to you specifically and for this reason you'll gain immensely. Caroline works with a broad spectrum of people with differing interests and goals. Here are some reasons for choosing private yoga with Caroline: - You are very busy and practicing privately is more realistic than going to class. - You’d like to grasp the basics of Yoga and receive personalized instruction. - You’ want help with mastering specific Yoga poses and techniques. - You're injured or have chronic pain and want to learn poses that promote healing. - You'd like a personalized Yoga practice to improve your sports performance. - You’re pregnant or postpartum and want to feel calm and centered. - You’d like to build a meditation practice or explore yogic philosophy.