Cheyenne Carter
Freeport , ME

“What if our religion was each other, if our practice was our life, if prayer our words? What if the temple was the earth, if the forests were our church, if holy waters - the rivers, lakes, and oceans. What if meditation was our relationships, if the teacher was life, if wisdom was self-knowledge, if love was the center of our being?” - Ganga White

Cheyenne fell in love with yoga at 18 years old. The basic practice of connecting body and breath is a foundation in life that has led her to be dedicated to nourishing her highest self in order to share gifts with the world with the intention of bringing more harmony and equilibrium. Needless to say, she’s committed to traveling down the yogic pathway and sharing the benefits with others. 

In 2020 she graduated from her 200-hour Yoga Teachers Training and Mindful Living with Yoga Farm Ithaca, where she began diving into the indigenous history and complexities of all the various offerings yoga gives. Afterward, she went out into her community in West Virginia to teach community classes in person, sharing at festivals, and online. 

Cheyenne is excited to share the education and tools that were passed down to her during her latest training where she received her 500-hour YTT with Indra Yoga Institute, which included Ayurveda and trauma-informed studies. 

She now works with people one on one as a transformational coach using knowledge from my yoga programs, music training, environmental studies degree, activism training, herbalism/Ayurveda/mushroom internships, and wilderness guiding experiences. 

Her main goal is to lead others down the long path of discovery that yoga and mindful living provides, to help Earth and all its miraculous energy find its way closer to equilibrium.

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