Cathrine Mathiesen

'Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better you practise, the brighter the light.' B.K.S. Iyengar
'Meeting you and attending your classes has been a huge gift, I feel extremely grateful. They have been inspiring, deep, fun, light, emotional... a great big deep thank you.' Severine Brustlein
Cat Mathiesen

Teaching and classes

Yoga is not about becoming something else, something better. It is about rediscovering who you really are, beneath the layers of social expectations, destructive habits and general stress and agitation of modern life. I believe teaching yoga is about gently guiding people back to themselves, to find the stillness and strength within.

In my classes I aspire to find the balance between the dynamics of a group and the needs of the individual, movement and meditation, practicality and spirituality. I try to create a non-competitive, safe and friendly environment where physical challenges and total relaxation create an overall sense of wellbeing, personal achievement and peace of mind.

Studio Classes

In London I was teaching various classes at Triyoga, The Life Centre, The Special Yoga Centre, BodyWorksWest and Notting Hill Harbour Club.

I recently moved to Oslo and will update teaching information in due course.

Følg med her for klasser i Oslo!


Dynamisk Hathayoga




Private sessions
Private sessions offer a unique opportunity for a one-to-one, fully focused and individually designed yoga experience, in the comfort of your own home.

I would particularly recommend private sessions if you are new to yoga and would like a gentle introduction, if you feel uncomfortable in a big class setting or never seem to find time for pre-scheduled studio classes, if you have a specific injury you would like to address or if you are facing specific life changes or situations, such as pregnancy, menopause or recovery.

Get in touch to find out more about prices and availability. True to yoga style, my rates and working hours are flexible.
Private Session

One of my goals as a yoga teacher is to bring yoga out of the gyms and into the lives of people who would not otherwise have access to it. Yoga has something to offer everyone, regardless of background, age, health or life situation. Everyone can benefit from some good stretching, breath awareness, increased mental space and inner calm, and the comfort and support of a group. At the moment I am teaching yoga to people whose lives are challenged due to homelessness, unemployment, addiction or mental health issues at the 240 Project on Lancaster Road in London.

240 Project
'Our project activities can have a profound effect in raising self-confidence and self esteem, and eventually allowing the project members to open a new chapter in their lives.'