Caroline Jay McGuire
Yoga has been a passion of Caroline’s since she first practiced with her roommate in the backyard of their Tallahassee, FL rental home. Five years and two thousand miles later, she still loves to practice yoga in the backyard of her Fargo, ND home! Caroline lives with her partner – Scott – and her two feline children – T.R. and Tiberius. Caroline completed her 200hr RYT training and is certified in Level 1 Prenatal Yoga.
Health and spirituality has always been an integral part of who Fallon is. For nearly a decade she lived in California. During that time, she fully embraced a healthy lifestyle and began studying yoga philosophies, healing meditation, Ayurveda and nutrition. Through regular yoga practice she noticed new connections in her body and learned how to take care of it. Yoga has been an integral part of her personal healing process.
In 2012, Fallon attended 200 hours of yoga training at Yoga North, in Duluth, MN. This training taught her the importance of healing the body with somatics and therapeutic yoga. These modalities encouraged her to stay within her range of motion and progress responsibly in Hatha yoga poses. The way Fallon teaches yoga is with intuition, both her intuition as well as yours. She uses what she senses in you and then she teaches you how to listen within yourself to inspire a pathway for healing.
In 2016 Fallon was the facilitator of the teacher training for the Yoga Center of Minneapolis at the Spirit Room. Teaching others to teach echoed her personal experience and reminded her of her purpose. This was a humbling experience that has allowed Fallon to teach with more compassion and wisdom, allowing her to be more present and supportive for your growth and well being.
Krystal is an Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance and founder of Red Water Roots LLC - currently offering unique yoga classes and mother blessings in the FM area. She completed her 200 hr training through Devanadi Yoga and was inspired by the magnitude of positive transformation that yoga made accessible. She is a former accountant, Peace Corps volunteer (served in Cameroon, Africa) and mom of three young children. Her passions include nature, mindfulness, gardening, empowering women, building community and all forms of healing work.
As a teacher, she desires to inspire students to live a more authentic life. Breaking conditioned responses, increasing awareness, living more harmoniously and being authentically yourself – these are things yoga can do for you. Most classes can be described as gentle, but not without effort. Listening to your body and breath and use of props are encouraged. This is yoga that goes beyond alignment cues.