Charlotte is passionate about movement. About ten years ago she embarked on a personal journey, and through movement she discovered ways to ease tension and reconnect better with herself.
On her journey she has explored different movement methods. Over the years one particular method stood out from all the others the Feldenkrais Method – a way of healing and learning through movement. It resonated with her aspirations for self-care, wellness, awareness and learning. Her intentions are to encourage us to move more efficiently and gracefully, and reconnect with ourselves so that we can live a more wholesome life.
She has also developed an interest in mindfulness-based approaches. She teaches 1-2-1 Mindfulness for Stress sessions to help you improve your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing, as well as learn how to build better habits and develop more resilience. In the 1-2-1 sessions you will learn to identify your stress triggers and responses. Becoming more aware of these can reduce stress, improve quality of sleep, concentration, creativity, clarity and work performance.
Charlotte is a qualified Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement teacher, she is currently a student completing the hands on aspect of the Feldenkrais training. She is also a qualified Pilates Foundation teacher and a Breathworks Mindfulness teacher.
Movement and Mindfulness teacher
Feldenkrias – Awareness through Movement Wednesdays 13.00 – 14.00
“I wasn’t sure how I felt about today’s class but then without thinking about it, I noticed I was walking differently on the way back to the office! It occurred to me that I was walking in a more relaxed way, and then I realised my hips and shoulders moving in opposition. I thought they must do this usually but the movement felt very natural, with a much greater sense of connection and fluid motion. How funny we forget how to walk properly. And how nice to have something like Feldenkrais gently bring us back to our natural state.
I love how each class takes you on a journey with a destination that is not immediately apparent, until something clicks, and then you realise something has shifted subconsciously because your behaviour has changed.” – Deborah Gorden
“I got a great deal from this course. I enjoyed the mindfulness nature of the work and gained a much better awareness of how I hold and use my body. I can see that some might find difficulty in the simplicity of the practice, but it gelled well with my previous meditation work. I would recommend the course for the mindfulness benefits alone but I have also noticed, in physical terms a major improvement in the way I walk and, to my surprise, have been able to move an ankle which has been problematic for years after an accident.” – Michael Coyle