yoga retreat

our team 

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Carrie j.

 

Carrie Johnson, RYT-200, is an international blogger + explorer, mala designer + yoga teacher who is known for her thoughtful exploration of mindfulness, culture and physicality.

For over 10 years, Carrie had a successful career in biology and she co-authored six peer-reviewed scientific publications. Now, Carrie infuses her yoga classes with sound, scientific principles as well as experimentation in each yoga sequence she creates for her students.

website :: TravelingYogiBear

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Teanna G. 

Teanna is a health and wellness guru from the Pacific Northwest who has a passion for helping people find freedom in movement. She was an all conference Track and Field athlete at Eastern Washington University from 2003-2007 and has since coached and trained athletes and clients of all ages in the greater Puget Sound area in running, yoga, speed/agility/quickness, and total body wellness as a health coach. 

Teanna is a certified yoga instructor with over 300hrs of training in hatha, vinyasa, pre/post natal, mommy and me, thai massage, and baby/toddler yoga. Teanna is also a certified BootyBarre and Bbbarreless instructor. She co-created the Nourish brand alongside Jenn & Carrie and loves to infuse her dynamic energy into any event or experience. She can't wait to connect with you! 

Nourish Live Flow 

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Jennifer H. 

is an international yin + restorative yoga teacher who loves dancing, laughing, lunches, silly jokes and adventures. Her passion is to teach yin yoga and lead events in and around Seattle. 

She is also a Life + Grief Coach. She helps you redefine your life after loss.  Jenn helps women understand their loss, find clarity in their emotions, remind them that their is value in processing your emotions around loss  while finding moments of joy in your new life.

Her intention is to help women use their inner strength to  live a life that  feels empowered + inspired by. 

 

website :: Loss In Transition