Meet Our Team
RYT-200 (since 2010)
Meditation & Mindfulness Practitioner
Student & Teacher of A Course in Miracles
Carey also specializes in Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Yoga for Chronic Pain & Back Care, Yoga for Scoliosis, and Yoga for Older Adults.
Carey holds a B.A. Honors in Biology & Psychology and has over 10-years of work experience in the field of Addictions, FASD and Acquired Brain Injuries. She has been devoted to her study of meditation, mindfulness and yoga for over 30 years. Carey is a lifelong student of A Course in Miracles, which is reflected in her teaching approach that is heavily centered around forgiveness & mind-training.
Erin stumbled upon yoga in her early 20s. At that time, she knew it only as a physical practice which complemented her sporadic exercise regime. Fast forward 18 years where after marriage, 3 children, a full-time job and several panic attacks later, Erin made the decision to join a local yoga studio and re-discovered yoga in its truest form: a practice that unites mind, body and spirit. She has never looked back.
After realizing what a positive impact yoga had on her life, she committed to deepen her personal practice by completing her 200-HR Yoga Teacher Training with Hamsa Yoga Studio. It wasn’t until after becoming a Registered Yoga Teacher that she realized how much she desired to share all she has learned throughout her experience with others. She truly believes in yoga’s healing benefits, both mental and physical, and hopes to help create these healing connections with her students.