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About Carrie 


I am Carrie Myers, CJ, yoga instructor and former yoga studio owner, poet and program developer. I, also, have a Master of Social Work degree from UNC-Chapel Hill.  I am a native of Asheville, NC, and mother of three, and I have been writing since I was 10 years old. Most of my work is poetry, which reflects the phases of my life and helped me process my journey along the way. As a yoga instructor, I have discovered new ways to dig deep into my subconscious, pulling from my practice, the words that hold higher meaning and growth. As I put my work out into the world, I hope to inspire change in the hearts and souls of my readers, while holding space for each interpretation to resonate with each soul’s purpose. I am passionate about creating and recognizing the beauty in the mess that life can throw at us, at times. My goal is to help readers to rediscover their authentic selves and revive, create and discover their light within. My passion is people, inspiring them, loving them and helping them heal from traumas.  I have just begun my writing career with a poem published in #2020 Vision, Unbound Perspective from a Year Like No Other, which you can find on Amazon.

Career Journey


Coming soon!

2024, July 

Sensual Soul Shine: the Reclamation

of the Feminine

The Unbound Press


2022, November

Soul Shine: Excavate Your Light and

Claim Your Soul’s Purpose 

The Unbound Press

2022, February

Soul Confetti: Celebrating Life's Lessons

Released by Dorrance Publishing Co.


2022, January 

The Art of Connection: 365 Days of Inspirational Quotes by Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and Influencers 


Published Author and Poet, #2020 Vision, Unbound Perspectives from a Year Like No Other 

Program developer for the S*E*L*F program for teens girls and the Re~Wild Program for Women.


Owner of Inspired Change Yoga, yoga instructor, volunteer and writer


Stay at home mom, volunteer, PTO, Social Work; College Advisory Board member, writer


2014 Baptiste Yoga Training
Yoga Instructor 200 RYT Training 

1999 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Master of Social Work Degree

1995 North Carolina State University

Bachelor of Social Work Degree

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