Shoulders allow great range and freedom of movement in so many directions. They're also vulnerable to repetitive stress and patterns that cause wear, tear and stress.

Understanding that their gift of fluidity can also be their weakness gives us a starting point to explore ways to access tight places, lengthen short places, and bring new possibility to habitual movements.

That's the kind of awareness you'll practice in my cozy sized workshop, SHOULDER LOVE, on Sat., Apr. 21st, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm. This will be held in Ashland, near SOU.

You'll come away with ideas for mostly non-weight bearing exercises adapted from the yoga tradition.

You get a sweet package: $97 - which includes a 30 minute one-on-one follow up in late April, to help make your practice appropriate for you. 

Registration ends April 16th.

The workshop size is intentionally cozy to allow a relaxed, supportive learning space.

This is open for everybody, but it's not a replacement for diagnosis or treatment by a licensed provider. It isn't appropriate if you have acute shoulder pain.

Reach out if you have questions.

About Charlotte


26 years of experience guiding gentle yoga to give your body the energy and support you need to fulfill the many tasks and journeys of a lifetime.

From 1976, Charlotte dedicated 19.5 years in service at Kripalu Center, culminating as Yoga faculty for four years. She was part of the wave that landed yoga, meditation and holistic health in our mainstream culture.

She’s specialized for 24 years in Gerontology, adapting yoga & meditation in senior living communities. She consults with those on healing journeys, with breast cancer as well as teaches Trauma Sensitive Yoga.

Her cutting edge work blends positive neuroplasticity with current research re: our nervous system, to offer authentic experiences of body/mind integration in her new online course, Tuning Into Your Nervous System & Trusting Its Goodness.


If you'd like to explore working with me 1:1, let's chat! I get a lot out of connecting with you, so I'm happy to answer any questions you might have to be sure this is a good fit. Click here to find a good time to chat, or simply send me an email.