Julie Lea

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Julie Lea

Julie Lea

I have practiced yoga for the past 20 years and trained to be a teacher in India and under the DSY 500 hrs course. I am also a qualified physiotherapist and counsellor, often working with adolescents.

Yoga has such a value in our fast moving society. We are busier than ever , contactable 24/7, there seems to be no stillness in out crazy busy lives. Never has yoga been of more importance than today, bringing that well deserved space, stillness and kindness to ourselves.

When I first went to my first yoga class all those years ago I knew I had found something very special. I felt like I had found something that was missing in my life.
Yoga is a spiritual practice linking our physical body, our mind and our deep sense of self of that spiritual side of ourselves. Through the Asana ( yoga postures0 we start to feel our bodies becoming more flexible and stronger. We let go of the physical stress and trauma that can be trapped in our bodies, we start to feel lighter and energised. Our minds start to become more still, with a sense of clarity. We are able to recognise and let go of negative thought patterns. There is an overall sense of peace within, even when all the chaos is still going on in our worlds.
I was diagnosed with breast cancer 4 years ago. I had a strong practice of Yoga and meditation throughout my journey with breast cancer and now work with groups of ladies facilitating mindfulness relaxation groups.

My classes are 90 minutes, Our breath is the focus throughout , bringing our awareness to the present moment, with a constant ” letting go” .There is a lovely flowing asana practice in my classes, with much stillness and meditation to rest and rejuvenate.

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