Carrie graduated from UMF in 2000 and began her career as a Math Teacher. In 2009 the private school where she was teaching closed its doors and she decided it was time for a change. Always intrigued by the mind-body connection, she signed up for the Holistic Massage program at Namaste Institute in Rockland. Upon completion of the program in 2011, Carrie opened her private massage practice in the Waterville-Winslow area.
Carrie lives in Norridgewock with her husband, Skye, and their three dogs, Loca, May, and Kona. She is most at home in the woods or on the water.
Licensed Massage Therapist
Wendy has been teaching yoga since 2005, and received a second certification in 2014 from Darren Rhodes.
She is fascinated by the parallels between Asana and life off the mat. Wendy's love of studying alignment and anatomy is apparent in her teachings.
Wendy is a homeschooling mama who misses the mountains, travels as much as her kids allow, and enjoys arm balances and tequila-though not together.
Ray has been guiding trips in Maine for more than 40 years. His extensive knowledge of the bush and traditional living skills were not learned from books or schools; rather, they were passed to him through a long lineage of teachers.
For the first 17 years of his life, Ray had the privilege of living and studying with Grandfather, a Mic Mac elder who came to live on his family farm. Since those early days, Ray has felt compelled to share the skills and philosophy of those who have shaped his life since he was a boy. He brings to the world a gentle and humble presence, along with his down-home Maine humor.
He is the author of And We Shall Cast Rainbows Upon the Land, a book of wisdom and teachings. When he's not in a canoe, you'll find him tinkering on tractors or dubbing around the farm.