See here for information on Yoga Teacher Further Trainings with Charlotte.


FEBRUARY 2020


Yoga for Digestive Health Workshop

Saturday 1st-Sunday 2nd February 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Manchester, 293A Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EW

  • £160

To coincide with the release of her new book Yoga Therapy for Digestive Health (Singing Dragon 2018), Charlotte Watts leads this workshop to explore the theory and practice for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, experienced practitioners and other body and movement therapists and workers. This two day workshop will cover the fascial, stress, trauma and sensory connections with digestive issues that are so relevant within yoga philosophy and practice.

More info here


MARCH 2020


Teaching Yoga for Stress and Burnout – with Leah Barnett

Friday 6th-Sunday 8th March 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Finsbury Park, 7 Thane Works, Thane Villas, London, N7 7PH

  • £375

Understand how to teach yoga in a way which is effective and appropriate to those with stressed body systems, suffering from burnout.

More info here


Somatics Training Retreat for Yoga Teachers

Friday 13th-Sunday 15th March 2020

Gayles Retreat, Friston, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN20 0BA

  • Standard rate £350 for 2 nights and training

This teacher training retreat is open to yoga teachers, yoga therapists and anyone else interested with at least a year’s yoga experience (although you will need to be a qualified teacher to continue the full module, see here). Whether you simply need the therapeutic effects of a weekend of deeply nourishing Somatic practice or want to take this into your teaching, this will be a retreat of deep connection, self-compassionate practices and embodied awareness.

More info here


APRIL 2020


Yoga for Immune Health Workshop

Saturday 18th April 2020, 9.30am-5.30pm each day

Yogacampus Manchester, 293A Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EW

  • £75

Our immune system is the basis of our defence and protection, but also healing and rebuilding. Understanding how it shapes our boundaries between the outside world and our internal landscape is key to supporting how it can respond appropriately to perceived threat and danger. When we get stuck in heightened responses of survival (such as inflammation or autoimmunity), we cannot be in growth and healing modes at the same time. The relationship between our immunity and how safe or unsafe we feel at any time are intrinsically linked and we can explore these through embodied practices.

More info here


MAY 2020


Yoga & Somatics for Healing & Recovery

Moving beyond stress, trauma, burnout, anxiety, fatigue and post-illness through embodied awareness

May 12-14th and June 9-11th, 9.15am-3pm each day

Cheltenham Pilates and Yoga, The Yoga Studio, 53-57 Rodney Road, Cheltenham GL50 1HX

  • £480 if paid in full before the first course date or £540 when paid in installments

This course has been designed as an explorative journey for yoga teachers, yoga therapists and others to delve into how a compassionate and subtly attentive relationship with their bodies, practice and teaching can help address these commonly seen dis-ease states. This may be as a route to unravelling their own states and/or supporting those in students. There will be inclusion of Somatics practices – from the work of Thomas Hanna that emphasises internal physical perception and experience – and sits well within yoga to support modern body needs.

More info here


JUNE 2020


Teaching Yoga for Fatigue Conditions and Energy Support

Friday 5th-Sunday 7th June 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Finsbury Park, 7 Thane Works, Thane Villas, London, N7 7PH

  • £350 until 17th March, then £375

This specialist training previously focused on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS aka ‘ME’) however due to rising prevalence now include fatigue states that can commonly be related to post-illness or medication regimes (such as cancer, digestive and cardiovascular diseases), autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, and post-viral load.

More info here


SEPTEMBER 2020


Yoga & Somatics for Healing & Recovery

Moving beyond stress, trauma, burnout, anxiety, fatigue and post-illness through embodied awareness

Sep 9th, Sep 16th, Oct 7th, Oct 14th, Oct 21st, Nov 4th, Nov 11th, Nov 18th, Nov 25th, Dec 2nd, 6-9pm each evening

UMEUS Therapeutics on Third, Langford Suites, 8-16 Third Avenue, Hove BN3 2PX

  • £480 if paid in full before the first course date or £540 when paid in installments

This course has been designed as an explorative journey for yoga teachers, yoga therapists and others to delve into how a compassionate and subtly attentive relationship with their bodies, practice and teaching can help address these commonly seen dis-ease states. This may be as a route to unravelling their own states and/or supporting those in students. There will be inclusion of Somatics practices – from the work of Thomas Hanna that emphasises internal physical perception and experience – and sits well within yoga to support modern body needs.

More info here


Yoga & Somatics for Healing & Recovery

Moving beyond stress, trauma, burnout, anxiety, fatigue and post-illness through embodied awareness

Sep 12th, Oct 10th, Nov 14th, Dec 12th, Jan 16th, 11am-6pm each day

Evolve Wellness Centre, 10 Kendrick Mews, London SW7 3HG

  • £480 if paid in full before the first course date or £540 when paid in installments

This course has been designed as an explorative journey for yoga teachers, yoga therapists and others to delve into how a compassionate and subtly attentive relationship with their bodies, practice and teaching can help address these commonly seen dis-ease states. This may be as a route to unravelling their own states and/or supporting those in students. There will be inclusion of Somatics practices – from the work of Thomas Hanna that emphasises internal physical perception and experience – and sits well within yoga to support modern body needs.

More info here


OCTOBER 2020


Yoga for Digestive Health Workshop

Saturday 17th-Sunday 18th October 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Finsbury Park, 7 Thane Works, Thane Villas, London, N7 7PH

  • £170 Early Bird until 26th Feb. 2020, then £190

To coincide with the release of her new book Yoga Therapy for Digestive Health (Singing Dragon 2018), Charlotte Watts leads this workshop to explore the theory and practice for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, experienced practitioners and other body and movement therapists and workers. This two day workshop will cover the fascial, stress, trauma and sensory connections with digestive issues that are so relevant within yoga philosophy and practice.

More info here


Teaching Yoga for Stress and Burnout – with Leah Barnett

Friday 23rd-Sunday 25th October 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Manchester, 293A Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EW

  • £375

Understand how to teach yoga in a way which is effective and appropriate to those with stressed body systems, suffering from burnout.

More info here


NOVEMBER 2020


Teaching Yoga for Fatigue Conditions and Energy Support

Friday 27th-Sunday 29th November 2020, 9.30am-5pm each day

Yogacampus Manchester, 293A Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EW

  • £325 until 17th March, then £345

This specialist training previously focused on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS aka ‘ME’) however due to rising prevalence now include fatigue states that can commonly be related to post-illness or medication regimes (such as cancer, digestive and cardiovascular diseases), autoimmune and inflammatory conditions, and post-viral load.

More info here


FEBRUARY 2021


Yoga & Somatics for Healing & Recovery

Moving beyond stress, trauma, burnout, anxiety, fatigue and post-illness through embodied awareness

Feb 20th, Mar 13th, Apr 10th, May 8th, Jun 12th, 11am-6pm each day

Evolve Wellness Centre, 10 Kendrick Mews, London SW7 3HG

  • £480 if paid in full before the first course date or £540 when paid in installments

This course has been designed as an explorative journey for yoga teachers, yoga therapists and others to delve into how a compassionate and subtly attentive relationship with their bodies, practice and teaching can help address these commonly seen dis-ease states. This may be as a route to unravelling their own states and/or supporting those in students. There will be inclusion of Somatics practices – from the work of Thomas Hanna that emphasises internal physical perception and experience – and sits well within yoga to support modern body needs.

More info here