Charlotte is a registered Ayurvedic Practitioner through the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. Her formal Ayurvedic education began at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and continues with Advanced Ayurvedic trainings for disease management of the body, senses, mind, and spirit.
An experienced 500 hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher (E-RYT and CE provider through Yoga Alliance), Charlotte began her 200 hour training with Shri Yoga Training and became a 500 hour AYT through the Kripalu School of Yoga.
She is passionate about her work and loves to share the wisdom of Ayurveda; how by applying simple tools, you can tweak imbalances and support management of daily life and chronic concerns.
A dedicated yoga teacher, she is honored to teach people that yoga is for everybody and a beautiful way to heal the body, mind, and heart.
May you seek and find your own nourishment, stillness, movement, and joy!!
For those who like the details:
–Charlotte has a BA in English and became a flight attendant with United Airlines. She studied herbs, wholistic nutrition, and dabbled in Ayurveda while flying. Flying allowed her to continue to be an avid reader, writer, and study-er.
–She began her formal Ayurveda studies at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda in 2011 with 200 hours of Foundations.
–She completed the program with 650 hours to become an Ayurvedic Consultant in 2013.
–In 2014 she earned her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training through Shri Yoga with Kellie Finn and Michelle George.
–In 2017 she finished her 500 hour Ayurveda Yoga Specialist through the Kripalu School of Yoga.
–She continues her studies in Advanced Ayurveda programs with Boston Ayurveda Inc. and has completed 240 hours combining Ayurveda with Western wisdom (including the GIT, Nervous System, Bones and Joints, Endocrine System, Herbal Medicine Making, and Ayurvedic Psychology).
–Attends the annual NAMA conferences when possible.
–Attends the New England Women’s Herbal Conference every few years to keep up on what’s happening in the western herbal world. For the record there’s a lot of Ayurveda happening in the western herbal world.
–She is always studying and learning and taking classes and trainings both live and on-line.
–Charlotte creates her own programs and trainings, so what you get is unique and special to Trillium Ayurveda. Coming in 2019: Yoga Training for Teachers (and those who just want to take their practice to the next level) with a Bit of Bliss (Janet Bettey of Bit of Bliss Cape Cod).
–Her goal is to be the best teacher she can possibly be for you.