Yoga is a great way to gain strength, flexibility and a sense of wellbeing.
Caroline Blackshaw took her first yoga class in 1990 and was immediately hooked. Since then has been influenced by many teachers and styles, including Iyengar yoga, Satyandanda yoga, Viniyoga, Donna Fahey and most recently the Alexander Technique which focuses on finding ways to use the body with the least stress and strain.
Caroline established Yoga Hut in 2004 after completing her Diploma of Health – Yoga, with the Australian Institute of Yoga at CAE. She is a level II member of Yoga Australia and is currently studying to be a teacher of the Alexander Technique at the School for F M Alexander Studies in Melbourne. She is enjoying combining both yoga and AT in her classes, enabling students to explore habits and patterns in their bodies, at the same time building strength and flexibility.
Caroline sees yoga as a wonderful tool to help enable practitioners to use their bodies well throughout their lives. Along with the obvious physical benefits she loves the sense of perspective and wellbeing yoga and meditation can provide for the regular practitioner.