Vicarrious Adventures all over the Globe,

Vicarrious Living every day!

ERYT-500 Global Yoga Teacher. Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker. Voracious Traveler. 

I have landed in Bellingham, WA after many years of gypsy life. I’ve taught 4000 hours of Yoga, Pilates and fitness since 2007 and have led 22 trainings and retreats all over the globe since 2012 through my Yoga Alliance registered school, Drishti Yoga Teacher Training that I co-founded with friend and LA based yoga teacher Sarah Walsh. I am multi passionate about Vinyasa, Power, Ashtanga, Yin Yoga and Meditation for individuals, groups, events and Teacher Trainings and pride myself on resting as hard as I play. I am the creator of Core Fitness – a sweaty dose of body weight workouts designed to build strength and stability to support your adventurous life. I am also a Continuing Education Provider with Yoga Alliance and look forward to facilitating your grit, resilience and personal power on and off the mat. 

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yoga teacher training & retreats

teacher training + retreats

Join me online for Yoga Alliance trainings – 200 hr YTT, 300 hr YTT, Yin Yoga + specialty workshops and retreats.

private yoga lessons chicago

private yoga lessons

Get stronger, perform better and recover faster, whether you are a beginner, working with a specific injury or looking to advance your practice, I will help you take it to the next level.

yoga classes chicago

class schedule

Be prepared to sweat and laugh!
Mindful yoga, pilates and fitness classes are as much fun as they are work. 

What people are saying….

“Believe me when I say that Carri is the best pilates and yoga teacher I have ever had. I love her humor, how she encourages to try the hard stuff, and how she always makes it feel like a community of like-minded people rather than a bunch of strangers showing up for a class.
I always looked forward to going to class.”

Jennifer, Philadelphia