A licensed Physical Therapist and Certified Iyengar yoga Teacher, who integrates the healing powers of yoga with Western Medical knowledge. Julie attended physical therapy school at Pacific University, graduating in 1977. She opened her private practice in 1983, and has practiced physical therapy continuously since that time. Julie has advanced training and work experience specializing in orthopedic problems, chronic pain, sports injuries and stress-related problems. Julie's goal is to make the healing powers of yoga accessible to people of all levels and abilities.
Timothy McCall, M.D. is a board-certified internist, the Medical Editor of Yoga Journal and the author of two books, Yoga as Medicine: The Yogic Prescription for Health and Healing and Examining Your Doctor: A Patient's Guide to Avoiding Harmful Medical Care. His articles have appeared in dozens of publications, including the New England Journal of Medicine, The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Public Citizen's Health Letter, The Nation, American Health, Redbook (where he was a contributing editor), The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Los Angeles Times. His column appeared monthly in the newsletter Bottom Line Health from 1995 to 2003. From 1996-2001 his medical commentaries were featured on the public radio program Marketplace. Timothy has studied yoga since 1995 with Patricia Walden, a teacher of classical Iyengar yoga. More recently, he has been working with Donald Moyer and Rod Stryker. In addition, Timothy travels regularly to India to research yoga, yoga therapy and Ayurveda, and to study with a traditional Ayurvedic Vaidhya (doctor) in Kerala and a Tantric master in Bangalore.
A yogateacher and yogatherapist from the ISHTA lineage (Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra and Ayureda) where she trains yogateachers, lead classes and treats illness through yoga with private clients. Katrina has written several books about yoga together with her master, Alan Finger, and she is also BBC network’s Yogaexpert in London. She is honored with the title Yogiraj; the second person in the west dubbed with the title; which means she has attained the highest standard of yoga knowledge.
Felix Lancelot grew up in Guadaloupe in the West Indies and has for many years studied morphopsychology, yoga and tai chi. He is a master of karate and an internationally respected Slowemotion artist. His performances have enhanced opening ceremonies all over the world. His Slowemotion performances include the opening ceremony of the Las Vegas Convention Center in 1994, the World Track and Field Championships in Gothenburg in 1995, Broadening the Vision SPA-98 in Colorado Springs and the ISP-Euro-98 in Austria. He even performed at the Official MTV Gala 2000 at Berns in Stockholm. In 2002 Felix had the honor of performing at the Executive Forum at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, where Bill Clinton was one of the participants.
Ulrica has a background as an academic (masters degree), journalist and dramatist. Today she runs OmYoga studio in Stockholm and has trained over 400 yogateachers in Scandinavia. Her first encounter with yoga was through zenbuddistic studies in 1994 when she lived in New York. 1997 she finished her first yogatraining in Classical Hathayoga and has since then deepened her knowledge in several trainings in various traditions of yoga. For the last 7 years she has deepened her knowledge in Therapeutical yoga and is trained internationally in this line of field. Ulrica is very dedicated to the medicine of the digestion; especially imbalances of the bowels and stomach since she has suffered many years from IBS. She has written several books and audiobooks about yoga. Some of them have been translated into 5 languages.