Giulia began studying and practicing yoga to supplement her dance training as a B.F.A Dance major at The Boston Conservatory. Yoga became a natural extension of dance, providing a different path to discover more about herself.
I began studying and practicing yoga to supplement my dance training during my time as a B.F.A Dance major at The Boston Conservatory. Yoga became a natural extension of dance for me, providing a different path to discover more about myself. Fast forward a few years and injuries later, and I expanded how I view and teach yoga through my pursuit of extensive studies in movement & kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics. I left the dance and performing world behind, but infuse its knowledge, detail, somatic awareness, and passion into my work.
Fast forward a few years and a number of injuries later, Giulia expanded how she views and teaches yoga through her pursuit of extensive studies in movement and kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics.
Giulia left the dance and performing world behind, but infused its knowledge, detail, somatic awareness, and passion into her work. Her desire to grow her teaching through greater knowledge and understanding of movement, training, and the body has led her to complete multiple courses with Threes Physiyoga Method, Gary Ward’s AiM, Functional Anatomy Seminars, Kula Yoga Project, PRI, DNS, and ELDOA.
Her group classes, workshops, and private lessons integrate yoga and pranayama practices with corrective exercise, functional mobility work, and knowledge from the physical therapy world. Working this way evolves, inspires, and expands our movement and breath vocabulary, sheds light on how we can create more efficiency and clarity within our own individual mechanics, and helps us stay healthful, intentional, and joyful.
Favorite Brooklyn Hang Out Spot?
Domino Park in Williamsburg.
What are you most passionate about outside of yoga?
Being in the mountains, hiking, exploring, and having time in nature during every season!
Best advice you’ve ever been given?
Press on regardless: no matter what challenges or obstacles may appear on your path, stay determined, awake, and inspired by seeking help when you need it and staying open to the process.
What about teaching yoga inspires you?
Creating classes that guide my students to get curious about their bodies and movement, explore their practice with a sense of focus and play, and connect with a more holistic sense of themselves, creating strength and mobility in the process.