top of page
Carla Carolina Watson-25.jpg


Inhabiting our body through

Hatha Yoga Classes

Hatha yoga is a breath based practice. This means that the breath is “the boss” of the practice. We learn how to control our breath (not our breath to control us) and use it as the leader of every movement we make. It can be a beautiful experience to reconnect with our bodies while challenging our fitness (with kindness and safety of course).

Carla Carolina Watson-37_edited.jpg

Restorative Yoga Classes

Restorative yoga is a one of the most relaxing and introspective types of yoga. All about holding postures for a long time and embracing the comfort of our own bodies and our own silence. Even though is extremely soothing and relaxing I’ve found by my own experience (and my students) that it can be a very energizing practice and mentally challenging.

Events & Workshops

Click on the image to find out more information about my next upcoming holistic wellbeing events. If you are looking to collaborate in future events feel free to click the button below.

Taller de jardinería (6).png

I discovered yoga when I was 22. At the time I was recovering from past trauma. I used to feel like an alien under my skin. One day I found a Youtube Channel by a gentle soul teaching a beginner's yoga sequence. And something clicked inside.

Yoga truly helped me learn how to inhabit my body, how to love myself again and how to cope with stress and the unconfortable. Through practicing asanas I learned how to listen to my body, how to pay attention to the small details, to tune in the present moment and more importantly I learned how important was to practice gratitude.

In 2020, I decided to learn more about yoga as a philosophy and physical practice. To provide more tools to my clients in their journey of wellbeing but also to deepen my own daily practice.

After training and teaching more than 250 hours of Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga I now have the honour of witnessing my students laugh, cry, relax, learn and unlearn about their bodies and hearts through movement and breath.

"It's not about being good at something. It's about being good to yourself."


Mindfulness & Meditation

Breathwork & Pranayama

Carla Carolina Watson-34_edited.jpg

Are you looking for private & personalised practice?

Live Group Classes Available

bottom of page