"There are some who are seekers, and then there are a few who are transformers; those willing to be totally open to life's experiences, to learn and integrate new wisdoms at each and every turn. To surrender what they think they know in order to discover the truth. Charlie falls into the latter category.
Born curious and unafraid to question reality, he naturally began to explore the depths of his experience of life. His sharing comes from a place of experience. His learnings come from a place of practice. His vitality came from his own transformation.
Fueled by growth and inspiration, Charlie takes those who work with him on a journey into the deepest aspects of themselves. His personal journey into the depths of his mind, emotions and spirit has enabled him to discover patterns, rhythms, imprints that are within us all - and then use his intuition and wisdom to guide others in their own personal journeys.
From learning first hand, he has the ability to clearly see the individual he is with and call upon the most impactful tools for that persons personal growth. A joy to be with, and a powerful coach that will genuinely transform your world. He's one of the very few that understands how your uniqueness is so vitally important."
A space for the hungry to taste the present.
To taste the depths of themselves.
Certified Detoxification Specialist, International School of Detoxification, Florida.
Certified Iridologist, International School of Detoxification, Florida.
Majored in Psychology, University of Melbourne.
PSYCH-K Facilitator, PSYCH-K®
Theta Healing Certified, ThetaHealing®
Certified Reiki Energy Healing
Currently studying Integral Energetics (2 year course)
Experience often speaks louder than qualifications
Journeyed to 31 countries
Created 4 health companies. All 4 continue
Run Transformational Retreats around the world
2 YouTube channels with over 5,000 subscribers and growing
Completed 3, 10 day silent mediation Vipassana retreats and lived in an Indian Ashram for 4 months
Created 4 online programs with over 4,100 students worldwide