Charlotte Abrahamian

I began practicing yoga seriously when I was 16 years old. About 2 years ago I decided to go for teacher training with Jimmy Barkan where I received my 200 hour RYT & began teaching as a sub at his studio in Boca Raton. Along with being privileged enough to practice my own practice in my spare time, I get to teach alongside these remarkable teachers, share & receive love from students & be a part of this loving community.

And when I get to teach it’s a Vinyasa Flow class and I try to concentrate on helping in whatever aspect I can! As an instructor and a student, I believe that being able to be aware of your breath throughout your practice as much as you possibly can is the first and foremost most important. With that the attention to detail awakens and deepens. In class my intention is to get to all the limbs and free them up, and in the end I hope the students continue to feel truly happy and proud of the effort they put into their practice. And from there on out the yoga can continue its teachings off of the mat. Every day is just so different, but my go to goal for my students, as well as a reminder to myself is to just be truly honest with where you are and embrace the moment. However things have come about for me I’m so happy yoga found its way into my life. It’s the nicest feeling in the world getting to practice and work with people who share their passion for their practice their way. Sometimes it can feel like another home away from Home.