Yoga | Dance

Breathe, Move, Practice

Weekly classes - currently online only

Weekly Vinyasa Flow classes with Caroline are currently being held online via Zoom. There are three per week to choose from:


Wednesday, Evening Flow: 1900-2000 UK Time

Thursday, Sunrise Flow: 0700-0745 UK Time

Saturday, Vinyasa Flow: 0930-1000 UK Time

Please email me on for further information and booking.

About the class:

My approach is based on Vinyasa Flow yoga and mixed movement with some Dance influences! Vinyasa Flow focuses on linking asanas (yoga postures) to create fluid sequences of movement which bring together the mind, breath and body to move as an integrated whole. As well as promoting a physical practice which strengthens the body, the class will leave you feeling relaxed, de-stressed and energised.

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1-2-1 / small group sessions

Caroline also offers online and face to face 1-2-1 sessions, small group classes, retreats and yoga for dancers and athletes. Please use the contact form for further information.

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Breathe, Move, Practice


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Dance biography

Caroline Lofthouse trained at London Contemporary Dance School and has worked in dance for over 20 years. She is currently working as an independent Dance Artist delivering online workshops and live classes. For twelve years Caroline was a Senior Lecturer in Dance at Kingston University, where she was a founding member of staff within the dance department. She has performed extensively in the UK and internationally, working with choreographers such as Jonzi D, Yael Flexer and Filip Van Huffel. She has also worked for companies including Loop Dance Company, Candoco and Richard Alston Dance Company and has taught at London Contemporary Dance School, Roehampton University and London Studio Centre. She is currently teaching at Trinity Laban on the BSc Dance Science degree.

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Caroline offers a range of dance services such as lecturing, classes in improvisation and contemporary dance technique, yoga / conditioning for dancers, choreographing and movement direction. Caroline has a strong interest in inclusive practice, working with disabled and non-disabled dancers.