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    Charlotte Stewart-Brown

    Charlotte (Charlie) Stewart-Brown was born in London in 1981 and was eventually recommended yoga and meditation at 14 years old after struggling with anxiety and anxiety-related disorders. After a degree in psychology and sociology, and some grueling years in business, 10 years ago she finally decided to finish her RYT200 Teacher Training and dedicate herself to teaching yoga full-time. With a difficult childhood in the pressure of London, Charlie started to find peace & focus through yogic breathing exercises, zen meditation and different styles of yoga. She has since trained with some of the most renowned yoga teachers around the world (David Swenson, Shiva Rea, Anne-Marie Newland, Sadhguru, Sadie Nardini, Leslie Kaminoff, Sonia Sumar) studying Hatha, Sivanada, Ashtanga, Children and Family Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Yoga for Special Needs and Inner Engineering. She has become well known for her successful work in Yoga for anxiety, and Yoga for Autistic Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. Charlie holds the highest yoga qualifications as an ERYT500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher), RCYT (Registered Children´s Yoga Teacher), RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher) and YCEP (Yoga Continued Education Provider) with the Yoga Alliance. Now living in Switzerland with her husband, and having taught yoga for over 10 years, she developed Indiv Yoga™ as a therapeutic approach to yoga, that every individual can benefit from. She is dedicated to the continued study of yoga, science, medicine and mindful meditation, to share her knowledge and experience with as many people as she can, and keep training more Indiv Yoga teachers around the world. For more information visit indivyoga.com/about

    How to Relax and Bond With a Special Needs Child Through Yoga

    How to Relax and Bond With a Special Needs Child Through Yoga https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/special-needs-child-through-yoga/

    What makes yoga different from other activities is its focus on correct full breathing during the exercises and the emphasis on doing them mindfully. Therefore it is important to encourage children to be fully present during this sequence and regularly remind them to keep awareness on their breath, and in what they are feeling in […]

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