A huge advocate of functional movement, Julia’s style of teaching YTTC Vinyasa Flow encourages mobility, strength and flexibility to achieve challenging postures through dynamic sequencing and spiritual intention. She has developed and continues to advance her own practice of Vinyasa Flow on a daily basis.
With strong foundations in the traditional practice of Ashtanga Yoga, Julia has developed a contemporary practice that clearly reflects modern yoga, a fusion of traditional methods with contemporary techniques, promoting a balance of the physical and spiritual. She strongly promotes the benefits of meditation through movement, exploring the advantages of meditation both on and off the mat.
Julia completed her 500 hrs YTTC in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, at Kranti Yoga, Goa in 2013. She then stayed in Patnem to develop as a YTTC Teacher and is currently the Lead Trainer for the 300 hr YTTC. She has lived and taught in India for over 6 years and has also spent time teaching YTTCs with surf opportunities in Nicaragua at Los Clavos Surf Camp.
Julia has trained with Patrick Beach and is an avid follower of his practice. Previously, she trained with Janet Stone, Tiffany Cruickshank and Michael Gannon. She has practiced in Mysore under the tutelage of Ajay Kumar. When back home in Liverpool, she regularly attends teachings at the Kadampa Buddhist Centre and continues her Ashtanga Yoga training with Helen Aldred. All of these teachers have been influential in terms of how her practice and teaching style has evolved.
Previous to this, Julia was a Mathematics High School Teacher. She has a Post Graduate in Education which has enabled her to evolve the Kranti Yoga Curriculum in the years that she has been there. Julia is a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance USA. You can see her profile here.
Julia is a self-confessed anatomy geek, podcast junky and novice surfer.