My name is Julie, and my love of yoga
is rooted in a dedicated
daily practice which brings such benefit
to my life and well being.
I believe when yoga is practiced with a
sincere and open heart it has the power
to tap into our natural ability to heal
move us beyond our perceived limitations
and allow us to bloom in the most
positive of ways.
I have been a practitioner of yoga for many years, qualified to teach with the British
and the International Sivananda Vedanta School of Yoga.
I continue to be closely mentored by my teacher Nabs Hadi who is a dedicated and
inspirational Ashtanga teacher/practitioner
Over time my own practice, which has its foundations in Ashtanga,
has grown incorporating other styles such as Yin, Vinyasa flow and Restorative yoga.
I regularly visit the Sivananda centre in London to practice classical Raja yoga
and to study the philosophical aspects of this beautiful science.
I humbly thank all of my past, present, and future teachers who pass on yoga
with such love, and who continue to inspire me to share the practice of yoga with others.
All classes are taught
from my home in Earlsdon
The loft is my own practice space,
used daily, and able to accommodate
a maximum of 10 students
at a happy squeeze !
The space is only used for the practice of yoga and meditation.
Together all who practice here can enjoy and contribute to the calming welcoming energy of the room.
The traditional ancient “Gurukula” method of teaching yoga
entailed the student living with the teacher for a number of years,
Guru meaning teacher, and kula meaning family.
In a very small way of acknowledging the traditional Gurukula method
I feel it is a nice thing to invite those interested, into my home to practice.
My hope is that when like-minded yogis come together to practice here
they feel the support of each other and a family in yoga can become available to everyone.