About Julia.

Julia started practicing yoga as a child in her local draughty community hall on a hand towel and has always found herself being drawn back to yoga over the years – although she now prefers to use the mats in her beautiful yoga studio! Julia completed her yoga teacher training at Yogacampus at The Life Centre in Islington, London and is a Yoga Alliance qualified teacher.

Julia says “I hugely enjoy the physical and demanding aspects of yoga asana (posture) practice but I also like to explore the harmony that yoga brings to the body and the mind through the use of the breath. This is a focus in my classes as I believe that yoga is something that works on the whole being and not just the physical body. My hope is that my classes will provide a sanctuary from the stresses of the frenetic world we all live in as well as giving practitioners an enjoyable physical challenge. I have also studied degrees in Philosophy and Psychotherapy and I like to bring a little of that experience to class with me. I want my yoga class to feel that they are always treated with empathy, congruence and unconditional positive regard – and of course I also want students to have some fun.”



 Wonderful studio.

“Thank you so much for your kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity in putting together such a wonderful studio. The entire experience leaves me feeling refreshed and relaxed every time I attend”

— J.A.


“I joined not really knowing what to expect. What I came home with left me feeling happy, healthy and wanting more. Thank you for your inspiring thoughts, refreshing flows and well taught classes!”

— L.K.

 Immensely Enjoyable.

““I would just like to say thank you for the immensely enjoyable experience I have when I come to your studio. Aside from the beautiful surroundings and lovely atmosphere, I am always so impressed with the structure and thoughtful content.”

— J.Y.

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