Carrie-Anne Moss Embraces Holistic Lifestyle While Taking on New ‘Star Wars’ Role

Carrie-Anne Moss, famous for her role as Trinity in “The Matrix” series, is known for her badass on-screen persona. However, in real life, the Canadian actress leads a more holistic lifestyle. Moss, 56, has been practicing yoga for years and currently resides in a farmhouse in New Hampshire with her husband, Steven Roy.

Despite her serene lifestyle, Moss has taken on a new challenging role as Master Indara in Disney+’s upcoming “Star Wars” series, “The Acolyte.” To prepare for the physically demanding role, Moss underwent intense choreography training and a rigorous workout routine that included cardio, weights, and Pilates.

In a recent interview, Moss described her character as a “formidable Jedi with great skill and physical and mental strength,” known for her unique attire. Off-screen, Moss maintains her grounded lifestyle with some favorite products and experiences. She loves Byredo Rose of No Man’s Land Eau de Parfum for its captivating fragrance and considers the Coach Bandit Oversized Sunglasses a classic favorite.

Other favorites include the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer for a flawless blowout, Rōz Air Thickening Spray for voluminous locks, and the Carl Hansen Hans J. Wegner’s CH07 Shell Chair for a touch of midcentury-modern aesthetic. Moss also indulges in JuneShine Grapefruit Splash Hard Kombucha, Calpak Luka Duffel Bag for travel, and Living Libations Summer Shimmer Tropical for a radiant glow.

Additionally, Moss enjoys relaxation with Dazed But Amazed Complete Bed Set and detox sessions in the Almost Heaven Phoenix 6 Person Luxury Barrel Sauna. To set the ambiance, she lights Bee You Organics 100% Beeswax Pillar Candle and treats herself to an Odin Ice Bath post-workout.

During the filming of “The Acolyte,” Moss stayed at Heckfield Place Hotel in Hampshire, England, which she describes as a magical retreat with impeccable service and breathtaking surroundings. This holistic approach to life reflects Moss’s dedication to maintaining balance and well-being both on and off-screen.