Carolyn Anne Budgell. Yoga. Meditation. Be Brave. Continue the Inquiry.

Looking within. Looking with vulnerable eyes and a thirst for change, for healing. Follow along with this yogini and learn tools for staying honest and keeping a sense of humour. * proud lululemon ambassador and Juice Truck ambassador*

Carolyn fell into yoga in 1999, while living the ski bum dream in Whistler. It initially provided agility for her snowboarding, skateboarding and trail running.

Now, as a teacher in Vancouver, she continually learns how to connect with others and feel at home in one’s skin.The magic of yoga surprisingly grows quieter; towards a place where the physical, the internal, the spectacle and the witness are all one. Carolyn’s past career was outdoors, in environmental restoration.

Since completing her first 200 hour YTT in 2008, she has an extensive CV: as a contributing writer for My Yoga Online and Halfmoon Yoga, filming videos with lululemon and Mala Collective, a presenter at Wanderlust Whistler Festivals, as an educator for international Teacher Trainings with Lila Vinyasa School of Yoga and Semperviva Yoga, managing yoga studios and guiding students through the mind blowing practice of just being while in silent meditation intensives.

She completed a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training with Lori Lucas in 2016 and the Kula Yoga Project 75 hour advanced training with Schuyler Grant in 2013. Carolyn’s vinyasa classes are chock-full of unique alignment cues, smart sequencing, helpful touch and lighthearted jokes to which she pays gratitude to Schuyler Grant, Ana Forrest and Clara Roberts-Oss.

Her passion for silent meditation in forests is thanks to Adyashanti and Michelle St Pierre. The many years of ‘being on stage’ teach her the importance of stepping back in order to let life happen… to do the work, change the scenery by going upside down, be emotional and then let life continue to happen… and to remember, it’s all okay.

Recent Articles on Yogapedia by Carolyn Anne Budgell

Be Brave...Be Free

Be brave, be free. The art of radical acceptance can teach us to let go of our attachments and allow us to reclaim a sense of inner freedom. Learn what B.K.S. Iyengar and Tara Brach have to say on the subject.

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