Wellness Movement
Julie Stephens
Yoga Teacher
About me
I have been teaching yoga now for 17 years and have had close to 30 years' experience on yoga mats around the world.
I completed my intensive yoga teacher training in Australia back in 2000 (an 18 month course, 6 days a week). During this time I was taught various styles of Yoga including: Hatha (Beginners), Ashtanga, Yin, Iyengar, Pre-natal, Yoga Therapy, Pranayama, Meditation and Vinyasa Flow. I have been teaching retreats, workshops and classes in Australia, NZ, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Korea, Taipei, Shanghai, Mexico and Bali ever since. For more information please feel free to checkout my website by clicking on my photo.
Teaching Yoga enables me to pass on all the knowledge of yoga that I have amassed over the years. It is a journey of self-empowerment and discovery which instills confidence and allows us to find and maintain the balance on all levels in our lives. I feel truly honoured and privileged to be able to share such an ancient practice.
My classes are taught in a comfortable, relaxed and nurturing environment where there is no pressure, you always have the freedom to choose the most suitable option for you, from Beginners through to Advanced.
Some of the many amazing Yoga Teachers I have trained under are: Erich Schiffmann, Ana Forest, Seane Corn, David and Sharon Stone (Jivamukti yoga), Andrey Lappa (Universal Yoga), Donna Farhi, Nicky Knoff, Clive Sheridan and Lance Schuler. I look forward to seeing you in class.

Beginners Yoga Course
Monday 6:45 pm-7:45 pm
Next course starting: 24th September

$68 for the course, or $15 drop in
My beginners' classes come under the Hatha umbrella, as the focus is on a slow and gentle yoga style. There is likely to be more instruction within these classes, with a focus on the breath and fundamentals of building a safe, supportive practice. This class style is suited for those of you who haven't had much yoga experience and would like to learn the fundamentals of yoga to stand you in good stead for the rest of your yogic journey. It is a valuable class if you are working with specific injuries and need to know how you can use props to support these injuries.

I run usually these classes in 6 week blocks, so bookings are essential. Please contact me on: 0221 987 348.
If you can't commit to the full course, I am happy for casual attendance if space permits at casual rate

Morning Yoga
Tuesday 6.30 - 7.30am
A great way to start your day!
Prehaps not for the complete beginner, yet perfect for those with some yoga experience. Challenging options are always available for the more experienced practitioner.
Yang / Yin Yoga
Monday 9.15-10.15 am

Wednesday 5:30-6:45 pm

This class is designed to focus on every aspect of strengthening your core muscles, which will improve nearly every pose, creating a sense of balance and ease
Power Hour
Monday 5.30-6.30 pm
Set to motivating music, you'll focus on yoga postures that open the shoulders, hips and spine while strengthening your core and upper body.
Deep Stretch
Wednesday 9.15-10.15 am
$15 (or $142 for 10 classes to be used within 3 months)
This class will give you the opportunity to stay in each asana (posture) longer to enable you to move deeper into the stretch and therefore increase your flexibility.
Advanced Class
Fortnightly Saturday class 9-10.30 am
August 18th- ongoing fortnightly
We begin each class with sitting meditation and breathing techniques. Then we begin to explore asanas. This is a good option if you would like to take your practice to the next level.
Please contact me with any questions about the classes, I will be glad to help.
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