Karolina Palac

Karolina Palac, E-RYT-500, is a yoga and meditation teacher based in Vienna. Karolina attended the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków, Poland where she studied at the Faculty of Acting. She teaches individuals, workshops, and classes using a blend of yoga and mindfulness at leading spas and wellness hotels in Europe. She is in training to be an 800-hour Professional Yoga Therapist accredited by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Certification and a portfolio of Karolina’s work are available upon request.


“Your presence and voice are authentic and soothing and you are extremely sincere so it was easy to be comfortable and open to the teachings. I really enjoyed the guided meditations and refer back to the links you sent to keep focused.”

— Elizabeth

“I have been meditating for 30 years and found that working with Karolina privately has enhanced my clarity and peace of mind. She has a light and calmness about her which is deeply healing.”

— Bennett

“Karolina is an amazing yoga teacher! I am so grateful that she has been able to teach yoga and meditation retreat at Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Krynica Zdrój. The participants have loved her presence and wisdom. She has taught us real world skills so that we can bring some needed calm into our often challenging lives.”

— Sophie

“Working with Karolina have been crucial to my personal growth this last year. Karolina has supported me tremendously in my practice, and I am forever grateful for her insight, wisdom, and compassion.”

— Alexandra

“I truly enjoyed my yoga and Pilates retreat with Karolina at Hotel Schwarzschmied. I had the chance to practice different styles of yoga but there was also a lot of meditation and personal development. Karolina has been looking at all details to make sure we all had a great experience, and I thought the week was very well organized.

— Thomas

“I enjoyed both Karolina’s Yin Yoga class and her as a teacher; the seeming ease with which she taught, the apparent pleasure she seemed to take in teaching and of course, the obvious love she has for what she teaches.”

— Annie