Carrie Beecroft Sinnott is the founder and head instructor at Flow Life Yoga.
She is a teacher, motivator, mother, wife, joy seeker, lifetime student of yoga and lover of life.
“Yoga is the way, the truth and light. It allows us to live with our eyes wide open. It helps us to experience the deliciously flawed state of being human; to realize all our perfect imperfections and lead us on the path to holistic embodiment”
Carrie has practiced yoga for over 30 years and has been teaching for 15 years. She has trained under some of the great modern masters, including Shiva Rea, Tias Little, Richard Freeman, Liz Lark, Katy Appleton and Anne Marie Newland. Carrie is a Yoga Alliance professional with over 500 hours of training, including 200 hours with Yoga Campus, 200 hours Prana Flow, and 300 hours Sun Power Yoga. She has studied Yoga Therapy, Yin Yoga, Forrest Yoga and Restorative Yoga, along with her ultimate passion of Dynamic Krama Vinyasa Flow.
Vinyasa Flow is her passion as movement is the key to life. “Where there is movement there is no pain. Where there is pain, there is no movement” Chinese Proverb
She also supports people through Yoga Therapy, addressing issues on a 1-1 basis through breath work (pranayama), realignment, relaxation, meditation and holistic yoga therapy.
“Yoga is a flame, which once lit, will never dim. The better you practice, the brighter the flame”
Carrie studied Psychology at University College London and has always been fascinated by the body, mind and spirit connection. She began her working life as a health journalist, going on to become a director of commercial photography for Getty Images for ten years.
Movement has always been an important part of her life. Having been a competitive swimmer in her early years, Carrie went on to qualify as an exercise to music trainer, teaching classes through her years at university. She fell in love with yoga at her very first yoga class, and never looked back. A move out of London to Wiltshire prompted her desire to pursue training as a yoga teacher, and she has been building her yoga community since 2006. To date, classes have centred around her home studio, retreats in Greece, Bali and Ibiza and appearances at workshops and wellness festivals. It now seems time to take this community online and start to expand the network..
“Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying I will try again tomorrow”
Carrie aims to build an online community centred around wellness, involving educating people on the importance of movement with correct intention and alignment; mental and spiritual health and support, and nutrition advice, thus encouraging full life potential for all.