Charlotte brings her love of balance into creative vinyasa flows to establish synergy between the body and the mind. Her flows leave her clients energised, uplifted and rejuvenated through an equilibrium of strength and flexibility. Her FLW TRX classes allow you to achieve difficult poses with greater ease, allowing you to further your practice and grow.

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  • TRX FLW 20 with Charlotte

    A short 20 minute class building up on the core yoga foundations exploring standing and sitting positions with the help of suspension.

  • TRX FLW 30 with Charlotte (introduction class)

    A short introduction to TRX FLW using the suspension and learning how to improve your posture and poses.

  • FLW 60 with Charlotte (Grounding FLW & Meditation)

    Slow moving yoga flow focussing on stability and connection to the earth. The flow intends to grow your capacity to stay physically grounded into your thoughts + emotions.

  • FLW 35 with Charlotte (Warrior FLW)

    Invigorating warrior FLW building stability into the body, focussing on core energy. This class incorporates cat cow variations, crescent lunge flow, a warrior sequence with balancing poses and transitioning with energetic vinyasas.

  • CLM Soul Restore & Breathing With Charlotte

    Relaxation and breathing exercise can be done at any time of day to help you tap into your rest and digest nervous system, gently switching off your fight/flight mode so that you can find a peaceful relaxed state.

  • CLM Soothing Meditation With Charlotte

    This morning meditation is about finding calm and inner strength. It arms you to start your day calm, strong and centered.

  • CLM Stress Release Meditation With Charlotte

    This is a meditation to do at anytime of the day to relieve any stress, tension or anxiety enabling you to get on more calmly with your day.

  • CLM Evening Relaxation Meditation With Charlotte

    This evening meditation is simply about falling asleep. It is perfect if you are having a hard time relaxing or have a little anxiety before you go to bed. It is best done lying down and you may need to roll up blanket under the knees in case of any lower back sensitivities.