Pathfinding: A Body/Mind Approach to Finding Your Way and Owning Your Life Subscribe to Julie’s mailing list Pathfinding: A Body/Mind Approach to Finding Your Way and Owning Your Life When we are not living in alignment with what we really, truly desire, we can feel lost, confused, stuck in the same old relationship patterns or paralyzed by decisions. We are nagged by constant health issues or just a general sense that something isn’t quite right. When we’re in alignment with our passions, we are clear about what we want, confident, and full of vitality in all aspects of our lives. So how do we know what we really want? How do we see what’s in our way, shift whatever it is, and move forward with clarity and confidence? This ten-week one-on-one program offers a holistic body/mind approach to getting unstuck from old patterns, cutting through confusion, and moving past the blockages that prevent us from living in alignment with our true, deep-down desires. Connect to the wisdom of your body and the intelligence of your mind so that you can own your choices in work, life, and relationships and live with courage and integrity. This program will include a range of tools, including conversation, meditation, breathwork, visualization, hands-on touch, and more, depending on the individual needs of the client. We move through four phases in our work together over ten weeks: 1. Inquiry 2. Obstacles 3. Support 4. Action. We will work to discover the pattern, find the problem, move the blockages, and co-create the path toward the life you really want. Introductory Rate (April-June) 10 one-hour sessions within 10 weeks: $995+gst (if paid in full up front). Payment plans available, email for info. Regular price (July 2019 onward): $1195+gst. Optional follow up visits $120+gst/session. Package of three $324+gst Email to inquire about availability and/or to set up a complimentary discovery call to see if this program is right for you: oceanandcrow @ gmail.com Sessions are generally held at Ocean and Crow Yoga studio at 1707 Grant street, Vancouver, BC. Schedule is agreed upon between Julie and the client. *Please note that I only work with three clients at a time. “I first met Julie Peters when she was guest teaching at a popular Vancouver yoga studio. Her approach was unique as she engaged class participants emotionally and physically. Almost two years later I discovered Julie had her own studio. My husband and I went to a drop in class. She was as good as we remembered so we signed up for group classes as well as private yoga sessions. Julie understands that everyone is different, physically, intellectually and emotionally. She looks at the whole person, where they are in their life, and what they need now. Her approach is individual and holistic. Julie understands that our challenges are often more than physical. With her help, my husband and I adjusted our approach to yoga. It became a mindset, not just an effective form of exercise. I recommend working with Julie to anyone who wants to embark on a life long journey of self-discovery at their own pace with the support of an experienced guide. ” ~Alexandra M. “Julie’s passion for yoga and health is palpable and her personal attention to my family’s varying health issues has been amazing. Julie set up a stretching routine for my back and legs (that I have followed religiously for the last two years), she helped my wife with neck problems and got me through some nasty back pain as I recovered from a ruptured appendix. Ultimately, she listens, comes up with creative plans and ensures that they are implemented appropriately. Oh yeah, best pillow-fort Shavasana ever.” ~Sam N. Photo by Nora Grace Photographer Julie Peters has been teaching yoga, mindfulness, and meditation for over 20 years (E-RYT 500, YACEP) and co-owns Ocean and Crow Yoga studio with her mom, Jane. With a master’s in English Literature from McGill University, she is also a staff writer for Spirituality and Health Magazine and has had several pieces published with a feminist view to pop culture on websites like Feminist Current. Julie is the author of Secrets of the Eternal Moon Phase Goddesses: Meditations on Desire, Relationships, and the Art of Being Broken (SkyLight Paths 2016) and WANT: 8 Steps to Recovering Desire, Passion, and Pleasure After Sexual Assault (Mango 2019). Having been through sexual assault, anorexia, an anxiety disorder, and the many heartbreaks that come with being a human being, she is passionate about helping her clients find the tools that will work for them to live a life of meaning, courage, and connection. Learn more at www.jcpeters.ca and @juliejcp.