Yin Yoga Meditation
This is the meditation Julie Quinn did in episode 66. This is just the meditation.
Julie Quinn discovered Yoga in 1999 and explored several different styles, such as Bikram, Hatha, Anusara, Acro, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa, completing over seven unique teacher trainings, including a 200 hour certification with YogaWorks. Currently, she teaches yoga at MOSAIC in Golden Hill, Ginseng in South Park, and Fit Athletic in the East Village in San Diego, CA. Julie’s classes range from Restorative to Yin to challenging Vinyasa flow or Beginning yoga with a focus on alignment and connection. Julie is passionate about sharing a creative yoga practice that is enjoyable and accessible for all people, beginners and advanced practitioners alike. Her approach is to encourage others to find their connection. Aligning the students with asana, pranayama, meditation, insights, aromatherapy, and energy work.
Special events, lectures, and retreats are also offered periodically. Julie is a certified Yoga Teacher, Aromatherapist, and Herbalist. As the owner of Quinntessentials Organic Essential Oil Products, she blends her diverse interests and expertise to create a healing experience for all who join her on the mat. Julie grew up in Nebraska and trained early in life to be a dancer, later earning a BA in Dance from Columbia College Chicago. She has always been drawn to herbs, essential oils, and alternative healing, which lead her to study Herbology while dancing in Chicago and working at spas and wellness centers. She spent years learning all about the healing arts, nutrition, herbology, and aromatherapy while working closely with many inspiring teachers. She started to create her own products once she understood the need for chemical free and essential oil rich ingredients in the things we use everyday. Follow @quinntessentialsproducts for more information on her business and @Quinnsights on instagram for her yoga and retreat offerings or visit her websites:
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