What we're about

A yoga journey to open up the body and soothe the brain and nervous system. Beginning with a meditative, somatic practice, we arrive into the body and meet ourselves where we are. From this grounding, awareness and attunement into our inner landscape, we can then move from the centre in a more integrated way, feeling out what we need moment to moment. So whether the journey through different postures involves floorwork, standing, dynamic or restorative, there is the space and kind attention for each person to move in ways that feel safe, supportive and opening. In this way we can ease open muscles, fascia and posture in a safe and body intelligent way, with an emphasis on the breath and kind, mindful attention. Suitable for all levels including beginners.

Charlotte Watts is a Senior Yoga Teacher and Teacher Trainer (with Yoga Alliance Professionals and has been teaching since 2010. She trained at the Vajrasati Yoga School of Yoga in Brighton, (500 hours) and has also trained in teaching yoga for people with ME and Chronic Fatigue with Fiona Agombar and teaching for chronic pain with Heather Mason, continuing her interest in yoga as therapy for anxiety, depression and stress states. Her nutritional work has brought these together for a continued interest in digestive health and its links with trauma, fascia and movement.

She has trained with many other teachers since and now continues to study with Tias Little and Joanne Avison as they combine her love of mindful, somatic practice, yoga as meditation and an explorative and compassionate attitude - alongside attention to the individual needs of students.

Charlotte trains yoga teachers on the Yogacampus courses Teaching Yoga for Stress and Burnout, and for ME/CFS. She also lectures on Heather Mason's Minded Institute Yoga Therapy course.

Charlotte is also an award-winning nutritionist, practicing since 2000 and specialising in stress-related and fatigue conditions and burnout, culminating in book . She is the author of many other books, including Yoga Therapy for Digestive Health (Singing Dragon 2018), Good Mood Food (Nourish 2018) and The De-Stress Effect (Hay House 2015).

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