is a member of the National Speaker's Association and is in demand
around the country as a public speaker. He
uses this platform to introduce a wide range of people - high
tech and blue collar, New Age wellness professionals and traditional
health care, to the benefits of a Mind/Body practice.
is a co-founder of Texas
Yoga, which hosts the Annual Texas Yoga Retreat, featuring
25 of the best yoga teachers from around the State of Texas, and
drawing over 250 students.
to co-hosting this event, each year Charles teaches workshops,
including The Science of Breath, and also Working with Injuries.
twice been the keynote speaker at the Seton Hospital Cardiac Conference,
first speaking on The Mind/Body Connection, and the following
year on Stress Management for Nurses.
In 1999 he was a panelist and presenter at the 2nd Annual Southwest
Yoga Conference. He was asked to join the panel to answer questions
about his work with At-Risk-Youth and with Cardiac Rehabilitation
patients. He also presented information on "Mind/Body Tools for
Teenagers" which was attended by 25 teachers from the US and Canada
and 30 teenagers from a Travis County program for first time offenders.
Charles brought the teenagers in so that he could demonstrate
his program for the teachers. The program was a great success.
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served on the
board of advisors for the 3rd Annual Southwest Yoga Conference
(one of 5 teachers from around the U.S.) and presented a workshop
at the November 2000 conference on "Devotion in the Workplace".
of 2002 Charles presented on the Science of Breath at the International
Conference on Yoga for Positive Health, and served as an advisor
to the sponsors during planning.
September of 1997 Charles MacInerney helped found the Heart of
Business, a non-profit organization working to help companies
integrate spiritual values into their organization. In May of
1998 he was the conference coordinator for the highly acclaimed
First Annual Heart of Business Conference, a three-day conference
held at the Austin Convention Center featuring Margaret Wheatley
and David Whyte.
In May of 2000 Charles was the keyote speaker for
the 3M Awards Banquet for Innovation, and spoke on "The Art
Charles has presented as the following conferences: 1999 2nd Annual
Southwest Yoga Conference; 1992 Southwest Regional National Wellness
Conference; 1994, 1995 & 1997 National Wellness Conferences in
Wisconsin; 1996 Women in the Public Sector Annual Conference;
1996, 1997, 1998, & 1999 Whole Life Expo; 1996 National Education
Wellness Seminar in Arizona; 1996 Women in the Public Sector Conference;
1997 Heart Association's Women and Family Heart Conference; 1997
Texas PTA Association's State Leadership Council; 1997 & 1998
Executive Women in Texas Government; 1997 Texas PTA Associations
State Leadership Council; 1998 & 1999 Seton Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation
Conferences - keynote speaker; 1999, 2000 & 2001 Protective
& Regulatory Services Conference - keynote speaker; the 1999 Governor's
Conference on Professional Development, the 2001 Center for the
Judiciary Texas Conference, and the 2001 Institute of Scrap Recycling
Industries National Convention.
information about programs, workshops and retreats available for
business clients please visit Charles business web-site at expandingparadigms.com