Charlotte received professional dance training at the Northern school of contemporary dance (NSCD) and graduated in July 2017.
With a passion and curiosity for movement and disability, Charlotte works through various organisations to bring dance to adults and children with learning and/or physical disability.
She continues to be inspired by the creativity and movement in children and teaches regularly at NSCD as a Saturday school teacher.
She has also been a performer with Tangled Dance company since the summer 2019, and has been funded by Arts council England to research her project Together finding which will take place in the Autumn for this year.
Her journey into mindful movement led her to complete her 200 hour Ashtanga teacher training in Bali (July 2016) and since has completed her Baby, Toddler and Children's yoga teacher training.
Charlotte wanted to continue to develop a movement that holds an authentic and mindful practice at its core and so Amala Movement was established in the summer of 2018.
Here lies a practice that thrives from inclusivity, authenticity, mindfulness and movement. Amala Movement now brings new projects, ideas, classes, events and writing to all being, breathing bodies.