Colleen Carroll, lifelong practitioner and dedicated teacher, employs an integrative approach to classical Yoga based on the sound teachings of T. Krishnamacharya and TKV Desikachar. Colleen’s nurturing approach helps students establish a disciplined personal practice devoted to self-care and awareness. The breath is the foundation of this model for healing, wellness and more sustained contentment.

Colleen’s lively and informative instruction assists others in bringing a Yoga perspective to all aspects of daily living. As a Yoga Therapist, she can work with special conditions caused by injury or various chronic conditions.

While both unique and innovative, NeuroTherapeutic Yoga adheres to classical yoga therapy guidelines to provide a safe and supportive environment for those with Parkinson’s, MS and other neurological conditions.

Since 2007, Colleen has appeared as guest lecturer and lifestyle educator for the Neuro Community Foundation, introducing Yoga Philosophy and practice at their annual PD 101 symposium. A Health Educator and Yoga Therapy Instructor at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland Hills, CA, Colleen founded Kaiser’s Thrive Yoga Therapy Clinic at the Centers for Healthy Living, pioneering a thriving program that brings the healing tools of Yoga to all who seek them.