Having a background in competitive soccer from a young age she learned how practice plays such an important part in cultivating discipline. After years of vigorous training and the constant pressure of having to preform she started to feel confined in all the places that need to be open in order to have peace of mind. Yoga created this new world for her, one that allowed her to finally let go and have the courage to tune into what she needed to feed her soul. “We can be our own best friends or our own worst enemy” it says in the Bhagavad Gita, one of India’s most beloved scriptures. At 19 she begun practicing yoga which led her to a career as a vinyasa teacher, ayurvedic student and avid lover of traveling and self-exploration. She has led retreats in Belize and Israel, two countries her heart holds dear. She is a student of religious texts, with a bachelors degree from NYU. With 650 hours of yoga certifications, including advanced asana sequencing, Julia teaches now to bring to others the same sense of transformation and compassion that yoga delivers her. Her classes are challenging, spontaneous and graceful
“99% Practice 1% Theory” – Shri K. Pattabhi Jois.