Julie Bohonos (Seibt) helps clients reconnect to innate well-being through body-based practices such as therapeutic movement, breath control, and meditative inquiry.
Ease of body emerges from reduced pain, improved stability, flexibility, mobility, and strength.
Ease of mind arises as we learn to respond to life's demands with clarity, rather than react habitually or be "hi-jacked" by the past. This clarity is freedom.
Body and mind flourish in the arena of supportive breathing, in which Julie guides clients to optimal efficiency and greater attunement to innate wisdom, on and off the yoga mat.
It is with great respect that Julie works, lives, and plays in Canmore, Alberta on Treaty 7 Territory, the traditional territory of the Stoney Nakoda, Blackfoot Nations, Tsuut'ina Nation, and zone 3 Metis.
Julie's credentials include:
IAYT certified Yoga Therapist (International Association of Yoga Therapists)
IRI Certified iRest® Meditation Teacher, supervisor, and mentor (www.irest.org)
Teaching faculty member at Trauma-Informed Yoga Psychology School
Certified Yoga Therapist (2013, Functional Synergy)
Anahata Yoga Teacher Certification (Anne Douglas, 2006)
Certified Restorative Yoga teacher (Andrea Peloso)
Teacher's training in Yin Yoga with Sarah Powers.
Julie is deeply grateful to Steven Smith and Michele McDonald (Vipassana Hawaii), Anne Douglas (Anahata Yoga Therapy), and Richard Miller (Integrative Restoration Institute) as her primary influences in teaching and self-discovery.
As an Asian Bio-Energetic Therapist & Master Reiki Teacher, Julie brings a holistic, compassionate, and mindful approach to well-being.
Julie’s passion is to inspire others to listen to their inner wisdom as they journey down the path to optimal wellness in each stage of life and through all conditions.
Your personal religion, spiritual beliefs, non-belief, and philosophies are welcome.