Carolina started practicing yoga in 2014. Two years later, she completed her first yoga teacher training at Yogaworks, in Boston, MA. Her teachers, Caitlyn and Renee gave her the most precious gift, a glimpse into the state of yoga. Caro moved to Montreal in 2017, and it was here, on a cold December afternoon in Old Montreal, that she stumbled upon a Jivamukti class. Little did she know then, that in that moment, at Luna Yoga under a gloomy, cloudy, winter sky, her journey home had begun. In 2018, Carolina had the opportunity to learn from Ashtanga teacher, Chuck Miller, whose teachings showed her body and mind how to sing on the mat, and whom she will always keep close to her heart. And in 2019, she undertook her Advanced Teacher Training at Luna Yoga; under the guidance of its wonderful teachers, she began to refine her ability to listen inwards, outwards, and in between. In 2020, inspired and encouraged greatly by her teachers, Frances, Jenn and Nina, she decided to embark on the journey of a lifetime and travel to India, where she completed her 300Hr Jivamukti Teacher Training with her mentors Rima Rabbath and Jules Febre. Her classes are a blend of spicy and sweet and her playlist will always have a bit of everything, just like her teaching. Carolina is also interested in yoga anatomy, meditation, and philosophy, and has also done trainings and workshops with Tom Myers and Jafar Alexander. She hopes to one day do some research on yoga based on her academic background (neuroscience), which she still pursuing.
Carolina was born and raised in Mexico City, she moved to Montreal in 2017 with her partner Remi, where she is still discovering her journey home. She will be forever grateful to Luna Yoga, and all its staff who’ve roadmapped the way to her heart.