Charlotte Watts is a Senior Yoga Teacher (Yoga Alliance), practising yoga for nearly 20 years and teaching since 1997.

She trained with Jim Tarran at the Vajrasati School in Brighton (500 hours), influenced by a Buddhist approach and done further training with Judith Lasater, Tias Little, Donna Farhi and Cathy-Mae Karelse to draw together a somatic, mindful and compassionate teaching style that respects our body’s individual needs. A specialism in stress helps her teach with sensitivity for the overload and business that we face in modern life.

Charlotte is also a high-profile Nutritional Therapist, practicing for over 15 years and winner of the CAM Award for Outstanding Practice 2012. She is author of many books, including her latest The De-Stress Effect (Hay House 2015) and she also writes regularly for the Mail Online, Om Magazine, Healthista and What Doctor’s Don’t Tell You. She currently teaches on the Stress, Burnout & Chronic Fatigue module for Yoga Campus and lectures for The Minded Institute, having previous lectured for The Institute of Optimum Nutrition and the College of Naturopathic Medicine.

Yoga can help you find calm, peace and ways to cope through life.
Charlotte Watts