Carrie is one of the best people I have ever met. I am truly grateful for her. Her knowledge of yoga is beyond what I could have imagined to receive from anyone else. Her belief in being unique and finding your own voice by being authentic is what led me to chose her to be my teacher. I had not met her before starting my teacher training. I couldn’t be happier with my decision. I went into yoga teacher training without thoughts of wanting to teach yoga right away but instead, with the idea to learn more about both yoga and myself. It was challenging, time consuming, stressful, wonderful, enlightening, and (best of all) fun. I enjoyed every weekend I found myself making that hour journey to the studio to spend time with one of the best groups of people I have ever found myself surrounded by. We grew as a family together, spending 20 hour weekends together which were intense and some of the best I’ve known. We shared personal and profound stories about ourselves, our lives, and our loved ones. The workshops were great. I loved that some were open to the public. It allowed us to share with the community a little bit of what we were learning, what we were experiencing. It also gave us opportunity to open up to others outside of our group. We did these wonderful exercises that really allowed us to open up to learn not only about the other person, but also ourselves as well. To me this was the best part. I learned things about myself. Yoga teacher training opened my eyes to many possibilities and wisdom beyond what I could have learned solo, and to a happiness I am glad to have found.
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