Caroline Klohs

Caroline found the practice of yoga when she moved to New York City in 2007. Trying to balance a career in Finance, and maintain a healthy lifestyle in the city that never sleeps, she knew that a shift had to occur physically, mentally, and emotionally.  Being a long time competitive athlete and Equestrian, she has always valued fitness and the positive aspects it has to maintain a happy, healthy life.  The day she walked into her first yoga class she was not only challenged physically, but mentally and emotionally.  Through the challenging poses, the empowering words of the instructor, and the beautiful music; a shift occurred.  This shift lead to an amazing journey that forever changed how she looks at the world and her life.

Caroline teaches a powerful, dynamic flow, filled with consciousness of breath and embracing the emotions each posture reveals to you.  She believes in having a positive attitude in life and this is articulated in her teaching through her music, use of words, and ability to connect with students on, and off, the mat.  She wishes to inspire her students both physically and spiritually and allow them to experience the shift that affected her on so many levels.

Caroline was born and raised in Wayzata, MN. Caroline currently lives in St. Anthony Main in Minneapolis, MN with her husband, William, daughter, Gwenyth, and miniature schnauzer, Riley.

Credentials – Caroline received her 200 Hour Yoga Alliance RYT Certification from Pure Yoga NYC, taught by the world renowned, Kay Kay Clivio and Yogi Charu.  She received her 100 Hour Yoga Alliance RYT Mentorship Certification with Loren Bassett, the creator of Bassett’s Bootcamp and PXT Conditioning.

“My goal as a yoga instructor is to instill gratitude, confidence, and love in my students.  Yoga is a never-ending conversation with your body, mind, and soul.  Exploring these 3 elements of one’s life can lead to limitless opportunities and breakthroughs on, and off, the mat.  I hope that every student leaves my class feeling a little bit lighter, more at peace, and know that they are loved.”