Charlene Dinger is a multi-faceted movement facilitator. She is a yoga instructor, choreographer, dance educator and fitness trainer, working with students of all ages and backgrounds throughout the GTA. Her background in dance (growing up as a competitive dancer then going on to work as a professional in the field) has inspired her to explore and stay curious about all types of movement, the body, anatomy and how they are all linked to breath, well-being and mental health.
In 2007, she decided to leave her hometown of Oakville, Ontario to see more of the world and expand her dance career to Europe. She ended up in London, UK where she trained, taught, and worked for 7 years – on top of exploring neighbouring cities and countries!
After returning to Toronto, where she now resides, Charlene decided to focus on the education of young dancers through classes, workshops and working as an adjudicator across Canada. Forever a curious student, she completed her 500-hour yoga teacher training in 2018, and is studying Psychology at Ryerson University’s Chang School for Continuing Education.
Charlene strives to blend her passions and feels that movement and exploration of the body is fluid and ever evolving. The connection of body, mind and spirit is a pillar of her message that she hopes to share with the various communities she works within.