About Jules Jenkinson
 
Prana Vinyasa Teacher

connect to breath

Jules is a yogini devoted to conscious expression and movement. What began for her as a therapeutic physical yoga practice at an early age as a dancer has evolved into a platform of self enquiry and a union between the inner and outer landscapes of her world.

 

Born in the outback of Australia, grew up in the cultural hub of Melbourne, travelling the world from a young age, gaining curiosity into the world of yoga led to Jules embarking on the yogic path in her early teenage years. With discipline, determination and rich learnings, she grew quickly into the yoga community and is now one of Melbourne's most admired Yoga Teachers.  

 

Her teachings place an emphasis on exploring boundaries, sharing her experiences as a student and teacher, as well as building endurance and compassion throughout the whole body. She is known for her strong but yet warm, explorative teaching style, coaxing her students to feel at home in their bodies, to soften and to connect from a place of patience and curiosity. Ensuring safe space is created for her students to examine the relationship between their internal and external worlds. Students are encouraged to find freedom and compassion through, an embodied, devotional practice-one which supports life changes and joys.

 

Jules completed her first teacher training in 2012 studying Amrit Yoga-Meditation in Motion-350 hours over 12 months, was soon given the invitation to teach at the beginning of 2013. During this transformative experience, she trained in a unique fusion of Jivamukti, Anusara, Power and Yin Yoga eventually led to Jules being guided by global Prana Flow Teacher Shiva Rea. Working closely alongside Shiva soon led too assisting in retreats, teacher training, workshops and mentoring graduates. Her love for yoga and life became a curation of retreats in Australia, Costa Rica, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. Certified by Yoga Alliance as a 500 hour RYT, Continuing Education Provider, Level 2 Reiki and is currently in her Yoga Nidra Teacher training. 

holding space

There’s an essence that’s created when you walk into a held space. An intention that's set.

 

The energy can change you. It can transform you to where you need it most. Where you need to go. Curiosity takes over. The journey unfolds. And what comes up is greeted with an open mind.

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