Monday, June 8, 2015


JUNE 22nd- JULY 27th
registration required- please rsvp to reserve your spot
by email, phone or text: 416-985-9558

MONDAYS 6:30 - 8:00pm
with instructor JULIE GLADSTONE

204 Spadina Ave. 

This summer,  join Julie for a 6 week session designed around a combination of Yin and Hatha yoga with wisdom drawn from Traditional Chinese Medicine and Five Elements Medicine Seasonal Practices within a framework of mindfulness meditation for wellness during the summer season. Our summer practice will involve heart opening postures for shoulders and arms.  In addition, hip openers, balancing postures and long held yin poses will be explored to provide a centering and cooling effect on the mind and heart during the hot summer months.   



registration required- please rsvp to reserve your spot
by email, phone or text: 416-985-9558

About Julie Gladstone R.Ac, CYT, BFA

Julie has been teaching yoga since 2001.  She completed her teacher training with David Goulet at the Chakra Yoga Centre in Victoria, BC.  Julie worked as a private yoga teacher in Mexico for a year before moving to Montreal where she taught yoga at the McGill Medical Department, to youth at risk at the English School Board of Montreal and founded a small studio called “A Space To Breath”.  Julie completed her BFA in painting and drawing at Concordia University in 2006.    In 2012 Julie returned to Toronto to study Traditional Chinese Medicine and received her diploma in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from the S.S.C Acupuncture Institute.  Julie is now a licensed Acupuncturist with CTCMPAO and has been continuing her  studies in Alchemical Healing for Psychological and Spiritual Healing with mentor Lorie Dechar since 2012.  Julie is the founder of Starving Artist Yoga Network in Toronto and remains committed to sharing yoga and wellness practices at a sliding scale.  A student of Meditation and a Reiki Practitioner, Julie  is known for her therapeutic and seasonal approach to yoga that combines Traditional Chinese Medicine, meridian theory and mindfulness meditation practices.

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