Amala movement was established in 2018 by Charlotte Jones.
Charlotte is dedicated to delivering dance and yoga classes to individuals of all ages and abilities across West Yorkshire.
Since graduating from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (NSCD, July 2017) Charlotte has continued to develop a practice that feeds from the accessibility, mindfulness and joy that movement brings.
Her underlying passion falls within inclusive practice and her goal is to explore movement with adults and children with learning and/or physical disabilities. She is currently creating a solo Together Finding which is funded by Arts Council England, recently performed with Tangled Dance Company, and teaches through with various outreach programmes at Yorkshire Dance.
Charlotte continues to be inspired by the creativity, imagination and play of young people.
She teaches as part of the saturday school programme at NSCD as well as for Seaglass Collective, who work with adopted children.
In 2016 Charlotte completed her 200-hour training in Ashtanga Yoga. Since then, she has expanded her training in Baby, Toddler, Children and Restorative Yoga and shares this practice through classes and workshops across Leeds.