Charles’ Businesses & Projects
Living Yoga Program.com ~ Internationally respected Yoga Teacher Training program that Charles co-founded in 2000
Texas Yoga Retreat ~ Annual Yoga Retreat with 20+ Teachers from across the state and beyond, held in a beautiful Hindu ashram setting in the Austin Hill Country. Charles co-founded this retreat in 2000, and every year helps organize and presents a variety of workshops.
Expanding Paradigms ~ Charles is a key note speaker and trainer with 23 years of experience and an impressive list of clients.
Full Moon Yoga ~ Charles has been leading this free outdoor yoga class at a scenic over look in Central Austin since 1992.
Austin Yoga Teachers ~ Charles was instrumental in the organizing of the Austin Yoga Teachers the early 1990′s and is still actively involved.
Free Day of Yoga ~ Charles co-founded the Free Day of Yoga in 1999 and continues to help with the organization and also teaches a free workshop every year.
Yoga Retreats.com ~ Auxiliary Website that Charles manages.
Yoga-Meditation-Retreats.com ~ Auxiliary Website that Charles manages.
Yoga-Writing.com ~ Auxiliary Website that Charles manages.
Casa de Luz ~ Macrobiotic Restaurant and community near Zilker Park
The Lauterstein Conway Massage School ~ Great Massage school, but they also offer discount massages with their students, or you can get great referrals or massages from the schools staff or co-founders.
AOMA ~ School for acupuncture and oriental medicine, also serves as a clinic where you can choose to see their professional clinic or their student clinic as a discounted price.
365 Things to do in Austin ~ This website is a great resource if you are new to Austin, or in a rut and looking for new adventures.
Cafe’ Dance Studio ~ Dance, Yoga, and other programs, located in Austin, Texas
Living Yoga Program ~ 2oo hr Yoga Alliance approved Yoga teacher training program, based out of Austin, Texas.
Texas Yoga Retreat ~ Annual Yoga retreat in Central Texas, featuring 20+ of the best yoga teachers from the state and beyond.
Yoga Journal ~ Best known yoga magazine, with the most extensive archive of articles on asana and other topics. Heavy Iyengar yoga influence.
Yoga International ~ A good alternative to Yoga Journal, it is associated with the Himalayan Institute and has a broader and more inclusive feel than YJ.
Elephant Journal ~ Online Magazine dedicated to the mindful life.
Mantra Yoga + Health ~ New artistic and edgy magazine that is growing rapidly and now carried by Whole Foods and others. Founded by my friend Maranda Pleasant.
Yoga Accessories ~ Extensive catalog of all things yoga, cheap prices, no frills.
Hugger Mugger ~ Every thing you need (and a lot you do not need) to practice yoga… sticky mats, blocks, belts, clothing, sand bags, neti pots, etc.
Prana ~ Some props, but mainly known for their clothing lines.
Lululemon ~ Trendy clothing and limited accessories.
Yoga Alliance ~ The dominant yoga register in the USA. Extensive directories of approved yoga teachers and schools.
Independent Yoga Network ~ An alternative yoga register to the Yoga Alliance.
International Association of Yoga Therapists ~ One of my favorite organizations. This is primarily for yoga teachers who are interested in Yoga Therapy. I highly recommend their conferences.
The Zafu Store ~ Nice selection of quality meditation pillows and mates).
Dharma Crafts ~ Extensive list of meditation supplies, including dozens of cushion styles (zafu pillows, zabuton mats etc), meditation benches, clothing, incense, cd’s etc.
Inner Path ~ Extensive list of meditation supplies, including dozens of cushion styles (zafu pillows, zabuton mats etc), meditation benches, clothing, incense, cd’s etc.
This Stop and Breathe ~ A 10 step beginner’s guide to meditation.
The Guided Meditation Site ~ instructions, music and guided meditation downloads, and audio courses.
Shambhala ~ Pre-recorded talks and videos about meditation.
Secular Buddhist Association ~ Basic Meditation Instructions. Great resource for beginners wanting to start a personal practice.is a text block. Click the edit button to change this text..