My name is Charles Lohman (Charlie), and some people even call me dotcomYOGA :-) Like YOGA, I am diverse in my interests. I love Yoga and the Yogic philosophy for my personal life; I love talking and writing about religion (my other website is Godists.com); I love 'trying' to help others (my other website is HelpCharlieHelp.com, which is currently linked to its FaceBook Page), and as college faculty, I love to talk and write about education from how I developed and teach a college activity course (Online Yoga) to anything and everything within education in general (TEACHING/LEARNING).
I am a fulltime college health/physical education faculty at Yavapai College in Arizona, and I am an online health adjunct faculty at Tidewater Community in Virginia. In addition, I am a Certified Personal Trainer (American Council on Exercise), a Certified Integral Yoga Instructor (Satchidananda Ashram, VA) and an American Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED Instructor.
My Position at Yavapai College
Currently, I am one of the three full time faculty members for the department of HPER (Health Physical Education and Recreation) at Yavapai College. I teach an array PHE Physical Activity Courses, PHE Content Courses, and even a Philosophy (PHI) Course in Ethical Issues in Health Care. I also manage the weight-room, the weight-room staff, and the PHE adjunct faculty on the Verde Valley Campus.
My Position at Tidewater Community College
Currently, I am online health/physical education adjunct faculty at Tidewater Community College (TCC). In 2010, I developed and currently teach online health courses: Human Sexuality, Principles of Nutrition, and Introduction to Personal Wellness Concepts.
In addition, from 2006 to 2009, I developed and taught two online physical education courses: online Yoga and online Pilates. I had a total enrollment of well over a 100 students each semester. The students enrolled were from the four separate TCC campuses throughout the Hampton Roads area (Virginia), the local Universities and from other U.S. states. I have even had students participate while traveling outside the U.S.
From 2002 to 2006, I developed and taught four physical education courses for TCC: Yoga, Pilates, Cardio-Kickboxing, and Walking. When I began at TCC as an adjunct in 2002, I taught one weight training course. I had two students in the course, and I taught it for free. By Fall 2004, I developed and taught four physical education courses for TCC. I taught 14 to 18 credits each semester, with total enrollment being well over 150 students each semester. In addition, I was the Gymnasium Supervisor at TCC.