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Julie Ann (RYT-200) has a straight forward approach to yoga; explore your physical and spiritual boundaries while connecting to your inner spirit. Every class is customized for students to practice and grow in a safe and accessible way. She is a firm believer in the mind-body connection, and how they can elevate one to higher consciousness. Julie Ann's philosophy is simple: explore your limits while connecting to your inner spirit.
Julie Ann is available for private and semi-private instruction in the comfort of your own home. Please select one of the options below and email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Beginner: Perfect for your first time practicing yoga. this orientation will cover the names and alignments of basic postures.
Basics: We will move at a slow pace through sun salutations, standing poses, balances, core-strengthening, back bends, forward bends, hip-openers, shoulder-openers, and finish up with a deep relaxation. This practice is low-impact on the joints.
Intermediate: This is for the dedicated yogi who wishes to move into a deeper understanding of the practice. We move at a faster pace through a vinyasa flow and will introduce arm balancing, inversions and deep back bending with more weight-bearing on the joints. We also cover pranayama (breathing techniques), yogic philosophy, and meditation.
Advanced : This is an athletic practice for the dedicated yogi who wishes to explore a dynamic flow of challenging asana (physical postures), with pranayama (breathing), and meditation.
Restorative : A practice named for restoring a sense of calm to the central nervous system, this session is gentle and slow with the use of several props to support complete relaxation. Aroma therapy and gentle massage are incorporated to help you feel refreshed and restored. Perfect for those recovering from an injury, an illness, or for those who want a gentle practice with no impact on the joints.
Yoga for the Athlete: Perfect for any athlete who wants to compliment their training with a yoga practice that will increase their flexibility and center their focus.
Chair yoga: Perfect for seniors or those recovering from an injury who need to modify their practice by use of a chair. The session will focus on lengthening the spine, lubricating the joints, increasing mobility and flexibility, balancing, and finishes with a deep relaxation.
Julie Ann would like to extend the utmost gratitude to her teachers; Kay Kay Clivio, Yogi Charu, Dana Slamp, Kat Fowler, John Witt, and David Hollander.