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.

Where to Find Carrie


  • University of Washington, 2004
    • B.S. Biology
    • B.A. Anthropology

Notable Yoga Trainings

  • Maty Ezraty, Teaching Tools: Hands on Assist and Reading Bodies Workshop, Seattle, Feb 2018.
  • Molly Lannon Kenny, Using the Prana Vayus to Cultivate Compassion and Forgiveness, Seattle, Feb 2018.
  • Tiffany Cruikshank, SI Joint Dysfunction Workshop, Seattle, Feb 2018.
  • Carolyn Anne Budgell, A Meditation Workshop for the Heart, Seattle, Feb 2018.
  • Amy Ippoliti, Upside Down is the New Right Side Up Workshop, Seattle, Feb 2018.
  • Liz Doyle, Advanced Sequencing, Edmonds, Feb 2018
  • Cyndi Lee, Making Your Class a Refuge During Stressful Times, online, Jan 2018.
  • Leah Adams & Ara Cusack, 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training, Seattle, WA, June 2017.
  • Seane Corn, Vishudda Yoga Workshop, NWYC, Mar 2017
  • Eoin Finn, Sustainable Backbends Workshop, NWYC, Mar 2017
  • Seane Corn, Radical Healing Workshop, NWYC, Mar 2017
  • Ana Forrest, Building the Warrior Heart Workshop, Seattle, WA, Fall 2016
  • Baron Baptiste, 97hr Baptiste Level One Training, Sedona, AZ, Feb 2016
  • Bryan Kest, Power Yoga Master Class, Seattle, WA, Oct 2015
  • Lisa Black, 200hr Shakti Vinyasa Teacher Training, Seattle, WA, Fall 2015




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  1. […] of course, there is me, Carrie Johnson! But, if you follow my blog, you already know all about me, so let’s move […]


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