Julia is of dual nationality Macedonian and Polish. She has a love for food, creating healthy vegan meals and listening to music. A keen dancer from the early age of four, Julia kept upwith many different forms of dance. She was drawn to the powerful effect of practising different dance techniques the concepts, the impact it had on her body, her mind and her life in its entirety. She knew immediately that she wanted to dedicate her future to learning and teaching this noble philosophy of life. She was introduced to Yoga in 2006 during her travels and after continued to deepen her practice in London. Julia’s practice felt very natural to her, but it was her trip to India, the philosophy, the ancient and holy teachings of Yoga that really hit home. This is where she found her life purpose learning, sharing and living in the total surrender of now. Guided by her beloved yogi, it was there in the ashram (Yoga Vidya Gurukul) Nasik India her true calling was born. Since then she hasn’t looked back. She is constantly creating new ways to bring Yoga to those that need it most, allowing them to strengthen the relationship they have with themselves by generally bringing a sense of happiness and positivity into their lives. In 2016 Julia accomplished 250 hours of Yoga teaching training, followed by 100 hours of pre and post-natal TTC, and also went onto Yin Yoga levels 1 (Anatomy & Theory) & 2 (Meridian series & Traditional Chinese Medicine), with Sebastian and Muriel in Bali. Julia’s classes help you to stop worrying about the future and rehashing the past and become present. Julia helps you to remember who you are, what’s important in life and helps you to breathe. She practices and lives Yoga every day and offers the gift that transformed her life to you. This combined with a deep and authentic passion for her subject and genuine affection and respect for the people she works with makes her a very special teacher indeed.