Inner Spring Yoga was created in 2013 with the intention of being a heart centered community open to all.  While our main focus is yoga asana (postures) we also teach the practices of yoga as a way to live more mindfully in the world, and to open your life to grace and peace, and to share that with others.  We welcome students of all faiths, traditions and beliefs to come together for the common good.

Our two Southern Indiana studios offer classes 7 days a week!  Check out our schedule and studio pages to learn more about classes offered and our instructors.


At Inner Spring Yoga we believe yoga is for everyone and design classes that are appropriate for all levels.  We strive to offer an exceptional experience to everyone who walks through our doors.  Namaste.

Staff @ Inner Spring Yoga

Carrie Klaus E-RYT ~ Owner/Director


Inspired by the Jivamukti Yoga Method, you'll find Carrie's classes to be a mix of serious yoga focus and light-hearted fun.  Each class is different and challenging, covering a wide variety of yoga postures to help you transcend the limitations of your mind.  Carrie believes that every person can practice yoga and will help you find your most comfortable pose through the use of props and various modifications.  Carrie's classes also include a good dose of yoga philosophy.  Her classes will encourage you to challenge yourself mentally and physically all while you're having fun!

Carrie began her yoga practice in 2003 after the birth of her first daughter. She started yoga as a way to get her body in shape after pregnancy, but quickly realized that yoga had so much more to offer. While continuing her physical practice she began to deepen her knowledge of yoga. As a result of experiencing greater peace in her life, Carrie decided to begin sharing her love of yoga with others. She enrolled in teacher training and has been sharing her love of yoga ever since.

Carrie and her husband, Rob, opened Inner Spring Yoga in 2013 with the intention of creating a heart centered community in which Southern Indiana and Louisville residents can learn the teachings of yoga and equip themselves to spread peace and kindness into the world.

Carrie completed her 200 hour teacher training at Eternal Health Yoga under the guidance of Shelli Carpenter. In addition to holding a 200 hour certificate and being registered with Yoga Alliance, Carrie also holds a teacher training certificate in Yin Yoga Practice and Theory which she received under the guidance of Paul Grilley, and is currently working toward receiving her 500 hour teaching certification at Asheville Yoga Center. Carrie has practiced under many amazing teachers including Sharon Gannon, David Life, Doug Swenson, Anna Ferguson, and Julie Kirkpatrick.  Carrie continues to learn new information to share with her classes by participating in workshops and trainings.

Carrie is a lifelong resident of Southern Indiana, where she lives with her husband, 2 daughters and 3 cats. When Carrie isn't teaching yoga she's busy homeschooling her daughters and watching them compete in swimming and gymnastics.

Graylin Porter

Graylin first found yoga in 2004 in Asheville, North Carolina during her college years. What started as a casual activity evolved into a dedicated practice while living abroad. While attending graduate school in Edinburgh, Scotland, she discovered the Ashtanga vinyasa method and truly fell in love with the practice. Upon moving back to the US, she worked in administration for Castle Hill Yoga in Austin, Texas and received instruction in several styles including Anusara, Ashtanga, vinyasa flow, and Iyengar with teachers such as Christina Sell, Selena Pang, Jenny Wicke, Gillian Barksdale, and Maricarmen Wilson.

After completing a 200hr teacher training in 2012 via Linda Smith at Orbis Yoga in Louisville, Graylin opened her own studio in Corydon, Indiana. She continues to teach a full schedule in Corydon. She is certified and registered with Yoga Alliance and is currently working towards her 500hr RYT at Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, NC. Graylin loves attending workshops and has studied under Kathryn Budig, Kino Macgregor, Saraswathi Jois, David Keil, and Christina Sell.

You can expect her classes to be grounded in anatomy and biomechanical function, but playful and fun as well. She aims to make students new to yoga feel comfortable and relaxed, but also hopes to challenge them along the way. When not teaching yoga, Graylin can be found blogging, working her day job as an elementary school librarian, cooking, reading, or hanging out with her husband and two hound dogs.