Carrie’s first yoga class was in 2013, when she was dragged to Modo East Van by her older sister (she hated it!). Fast forward a few years later to her first year of university: Carrie stepped back into the hot room to try to manage stress and anxiety, and became hooked. Practicing hot yoga became a big part of her life to manage the stresses of university and to stay grounded. After becoming an energy exchanger with Modo Yoga Squamish, in 2019 Carrie completed her Modo Yoga teacher training in Montreal. When you practice with Carrie, you can expect a comfortable, inclusive class that strives to be trauma informed, (every-)body positive, and that allows you to do what you need to do to feel safe. She hopes to support all students in achieving a more mindful, conscious, and happier life by holding space for whatever brings them to their mat. When Carrie is not practicing yoga, she is working as a nurse at LGH, hiking and swimming with her partner and friends, and snuggling up with her kitty.