Carrie McCulloch, a graduate of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is a co-founder of Kinected, teacher, author, and educator of health and movement professionals. With a background in both movement & medicine, she bridges gaps between these two worlds for patients and students alike. Her integrative pursuits began in medical school when she co-founded the FAMI Workshop, an internationally-renowned anatomy immersion course for movement professionals held in a medical school setting. As a medical student, Dr. McCulloch also created living anatoME, an award-winning program that teaches anatomy to medical students through Pilates and yoga.
Dr. McCulloch holds a BS in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and writes frequently on the topics of anatomy, wellness, and women’s health and she has been featured in publications such as Vogue, Pilates Style, and Well+Good. Becoming a mom to two energetic boys ignited her passion for prenatal health and she recently cofounded Nestfit, an online studio for pre- and postnatal fitness featuring a collective of instructors and women’s health experts.