Practicing for over a decade, Carrie turned to yoga in 2005 while living in China in attempt to overcome adversities and develop a more peaceful perspective in life. She instantly became mesmerized with the incredible healing power within the breath. In 2010 she completed a 500 hour yoga teacher training and has been teaching ever since.
Over the course of many years of dedicated practice, learning, and teaching, Carrie has established a unique and extensive skill set for teaching trauma informed movement by developing and offering accessible classes in diverse spaces. Carrie brings over 18 years’ experience working with youth, and for many years has been actively involved with New Leaf Foundation. Her passions for equality, accessibility and anti-oppressive ideology continue to motivate her as a mother, yoga teacher and Social Worker. In 2016 Carrie successfully earned a Master of Social Work degree in, an Indigenous Field of Study.