When will you begin
that long journey
Hi! I'm Julie.
I’m a lover of life and a good slice of pizza. I’m a sucker for sunrises and sunsets alike. I’m a single mom of three... and it’s safe to say they have already taught me more than I’ll ever be able to teach them. I’m an early riser and a total bookworm.
I'm no stranger to challenges and hardships. The death of my brother, deep financial troubles, divorce, single motherhood... I've learned to use all these seemingly devastating events as fuel for growth and wisdom.
But it wasn't always this way. Because of the events in my early life, I learned to fear change and novelty. And to seek control as a means of coping with what I saw as a threatening world.
I got used to seeking comfort and certainty, so much so that I stopped thriving. I lived in my little world seemingly “happy,” except when I would get that nagging feeling that something was… off.
I see so many people merely surviving instead of living with intention. I know for a fact that there’s more to life than simply going through the motions and hovering around comfort zones.
Learning to think about my thoughts has truly changed my life and I want you to experience the same breakthroughs.
What if I told you everything you hold to be "true" isn't necessarily so?
It's all about self-awareness and balance.
In both my coaching and yoga, my goal is to have my clients truly understand themselves and use this path of awareness to find true balance.
It's the perfect meeting of the two where the magic happens. (And I love magic!)
I sat down yesterday to follow some of the recommendations you had given me and I realized the impact our sessions had on me.
I find myself looking for balance within the things I do not only in my life, but in my job, and the people I work with and guide.
Working with you reminded me of the importance of not forgetting who we are, to always look within, and to listen to my inner voice. Also, the importance of being in contact with myself daily and accepting myself in all my forms.
Also, dealing with situations instead of having situations determine my thinking.
Thank you for giving me a space to remember myself and work on myself. I still have a long road to go, but thanks to these sessions I’ve increased that awareness.