“Yoga in it’s essence is actually about perception – changing your perception altering your perception and offering you another perception.”
– Judith Lasater
Within my classes you can expect physical adjustments (unless you state that you would prefer not to be touched). Adjustments can help by offering another way of experiencing the pose, but this isn’t to put you into an “ideal” picture of the pose – it’s more about the experience for the student, and educating the nervous system of where it can be and to deepen the inner experience.
“I joined Charlie’s Yoga class on Fridays in Acton a little over a year ago. I came in fear and trepidation at first as I had never done yoga before (apart from at home with a DVD which I don’t recommend!).
Charlie has a quite brilliant yoga-for-all approach. Very encouraging. Very reassuring. As a person of faith, I like that there is a spiritual feel to the class, but this too is inclusive of everyone. I now try not to miss. The class really helps my well-being. Charlie’s Yin class on Tuesdays at Triyoga Ealing is also fab and deeply relaxing. I try to make that too when I can.”- Nick Jones