Julie’s psychotherapy and yoga therapy practice integrates techniques such as grounding, breath-work, meditation and visualization techniques, and body movements from yoga and somatics to release tension or holding in the body. It is from this place of release that automatic thinking and repetitive responses are re-framed. It is a dynamic process and one which requires active participation and feedback in each session and is guided by the client. The work provides clients with an expanded vocabulary for self-awareness to creating effective action and intimacy in their lives. The practice is meant to inspire clients to look beyond “fixing” and immediate solutions, to creating a new foundation from which they can cultivate deeper meaning and direction throughout their lives.
Guiding, Healing and Recovery with Julie Euseppi, LCSW
- Rachel Schaffler, Dallas, TX
"Practicing yoga with Julie has brought me tremendous benefits. Physically I have more overall mobility and decreased muscle tension, plus reduced back and hip pain. I have a stronger core as well. Added to the physical benefits, I also feel a deeper sense of connection to myself and my spirituality. I would strongly encourage anyone interested in yoga to practice under Julie's guidance."
Julie has practiced for over 10 years as a licensed mental health therapist. Her work as a therapist provided expertise in treating depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, overeating, pain and other somatic disorders. Her own healing and passion for yoga, inspired her to expand her training as a somatic psychotherapist honoring the relationship between mind, body, and spirit. She completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Dallas Yoga Center. She also holds a 40 hour certification in Trauma Sensitive Yoga.
Julie began her yoga therapy practice working with chiropractic patients of Dr. Mark Zuber, helping them to rehabilitate their body, pain response, and spirits. Currently, she is a yoga instructor at Sync Yoga and Wellbeing teaching Yin Yoga, Yoga for Healing, and Fundamentals.