Julie holds private bodywork sessions in her Lake City office. Customized to each individual client, these sessions generally combine exploration of movement fluidity and limitation, hands'-on adjustments, and breath and movement practices. Using her tools of perception and knowledge of body systems, Julie will collaborate with you reduce discomfort and regain ease in movement.
As a musician herself, Julie is happy to help musicians maintain physical ease through vocal, instrumental or performance music-making. Dancers, athletes, performers and couch-lovers are all welcome.
Bring your openness to the unknown
Be ready to shift your perception of your body and how you use it
Wear clothes that are easy to move in
Appointments are $132 for 60 minutes
Payment is required at time of services
Payment in full is required for cancellations of less than 24 hours
Julie is an 'out of network' provider
LAKE CITY PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
Seattle, WA 98125
ample free parking
BRING IT ON
Joint | Muscle | Sudden or Mysterious Pain
Injuries | Fractures | Sprains | Joint Replacement
Headaches | Jaw Pain | Concussion | Migraines
ALS | MS | Neuropathy
POSTURE & MOVEMENT ORGANIZATION
Alignment Issues | Limited Range of Movement
REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURIES
Workplace | Athletic | Every Day Causes
COMING INTO AGING
Falling | Limited Range of Motion | Prevention
EMOTIONS IN THE BODY
Stress & Anxiety Symptoms | Historic & Habitual Patterns
Are you a new or established practitioner who:
Is curious about integrating movement, fluidity and perception into your bodywork practice?
Would like to build your repertoire of take-home practices your clients are likely to stick with?
Could use some wisdom and advice about difficult symptoms not responding to your attentions?
Julie consults with practitioners of all kinds who would like the benefit of her years of experience and deep toolbox. In one-time, or ongoing sessions, Julie can help broaden your spectrum of supports, approaches and practices. Learn to pivot your awareness away from presenting issues in order to gather information often difficult to perceive. Find your way into the problems people want you to fix but are scared for you to get close to. Become a problem-solver in your own practice.
I welcome Julie as a guest instructor each year in my blahblah courses. Students respond in this way. I always learn these things. I see the students walk away with a greater and unique understanding in blahblah. Julie is unflappable, she can find a way to answer any question and help people find their own answers.
Julie has a magical way of undoing the physical and emotional stress of the working environment here our office. I especially appreciated how she helps those of us who sit all day to have an entirely different relationship to our chairs and desks. Each year I feel better and the effects last for weeks.
COME ON IN
Chinese Medicine Practitioners
Other Health Care Practitioners
WORKSHOPS & INSTRUCTION
Julie shares her unique approach to physical therapy, movement, performance and musicianship in occasional public workshops. Often offered in collaboration with other practitioners, musicians or artists, these workshops focus on ease of movement, embodiment and perception.
The Relevant Voice: Women & Power
co-taught with Kim Scanlon
Sat. Feb 5 | 2:30-5:00pm
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Hired by community organizations, small companies, corporate facilities and groups of practitioners, Julie offers customized instruction that gets participants connected to their bodies, receptive to their sensations and keen to fluidity. Results range from heightened creativity and reduced fatigue to physical ease and fewer injuries.
Athletic clubs have found Julie's unique approach to avoiding repetitive strain issues, as well as stretches, warm-ups and cool-downs key components of their ongoing success. Those is sedentary occupations have regained the spark of creativity, focus and collaborative inclination through strategies including perception exercises and a new-found relationship with desk and chair.
Tell Julie what your group needs and she'll design instruction specifically for you
Rates are determined by duration and frequency of instruction
David Levy, University of Washington professor of blahblah
"I welcome Julie as a guest instructor each year in my blahblah courses. Students respond in this way. I always learn these things. I see the students walk away with a greater and unique understanding in blahblah. Julie is unflappable, she can find a way to answer any question and help people find their own answers."
What's Her Name, Seattle Public School District Director of blahblah
"Julie has a magical way of undoing the physical and emotional stress of the working environment here our office. I especially appreciated how she helps those of us who sit all day to have an entirely different relationship to our chairs and desks. Each year I feel better and the effects last for weeks."
Lack of creativity
Reimagine your relationship with your chair. Incorporate movement into stillness. Gather tools for undoing repetition and strain.
Team exploration to generate new ideas and mutual support in the creative process. Learn how to work with self and others when fresh angles are needed.
Discover the many ways to express and embody voice, through movements, postural play and vocal explorations