Caroline has worked with clients of all ages, with varying backgrounds, careers, and physical conditions, to establish healthy movement patterns and alignment. Although Caroline has a strong background in biomechanics and an eye for detail, her approach is warm, patient, and filled with a love of movement.

Caroline is a PMA® Certified Pilates Teacher and a Licensed GYROTONIC® Trainer. She was first introduced to Pilates as part of her ballet training at 14, and she began a more intense practice of Pilates in 2002 to help stay in shape while dancing professionally. Her first exposure to the Gyrotonic method was in 2003, with Naomi Relnick, while studying at the Kane School in New York City. Caroline began teaching Pilates in New York City in 2003, and taught at several studios in the New York area before relocating to Atlanta. She has experience working with a variety of clients with many different goals, ranging from professional athletes, to reintegration of exercise following physical therapy or illness, to preparation for swimsuit season. Caroline received her Pilates certification from the Kane School of Core Integration in New York City. There she studied with Kelly Kane, Renee Jimenez Orona, and Kuan Hui Chew. She completed her GYROTONIC® foundation course with Bradley Kreamer in 2008, and certified in 2009. She also completed her GYROKINESIS® foundation course with Erika Hassan in 2016. In addition, Caroline's teaching has been shaped by experiences with a variety of ballet and modern dance teachers, choreographers, and other movement instructors.

Throughout her teaching career Caroline has pursued additional training and continuing education, including topics such as Pilates for Osteoporosis, Post-Rehab Breast Cancer Exercise, Pre- and Post-natal Fitness, and Pilates for MS. She graduated cum laude from SUNY Purchase with a BFA in Dance. She has also studied at the Sorbonne, and holds a MS in Bioscience Technologies from Thomas Jefferson University.