Caroline Sulzer, Ph.D. offers public and private Yoga classes, as well as Yoga-Counseling for spiritual and psychological health

Yoga for Psychological Health

Caroline Sulzer, PhD, CYT, Ayurvedic Wellness Consultant

Caroline earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Wright Institute, in Berkeley and has worked with people of all ages in a variety of clinical settings in California, Switzerland, and Maine. She studied Ayurvedic Psychology with Dr. David Frawley of the American Institute of Vedic Studies and received certification as an Ayurvedic Wellness Consultant. Caroline completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at ShivaShakti School of Yoga, and completed the LifeForce Training for Anxiety and Depression with Amy Weintraub. In 2015 Caroline received certification to teach Pranayama – the fourth limb of yoga, working with the breath to strengthen and balance the physical and energetic body.

Caroline offers Yoga-Informed Counseling, private yoga instruction, and small group workshops. She also teaches several public classes. Please call her at 207-664-8546 or email if you have questions or would like to set up an appointment,


“Caroline’s work as a Yoga Teacher helped me through a long Winter and Spring. (I was in the middle of a time of grieving, mostly due to a death in my family.) I looked forward to sessions with Caroline; one-on-one sessions were designed largely to work with physical and emotional challenges I was facing at the time. Group classes in the Winter also addressed depression and anxiety. I felt strengthened by the process, not only physically, by Caroline’s sessions which initially I did not even think I was ready for due to lack of confidence, strength, and to grief. I continue to take classes from Caroline. Her presence and knowledge is a gift, setting a tone for healing, for which I am very grateful!”

— Blue Hill resident


“As a fellow psychologist, I am especially appreciative of the sensitivity and empathy that Caroline brings to her yoga instruction. I feel that she really knows me, and my individual practice challenges.”

–Nancy Saunders, Ph.D.