The Yoga Voice Podcast: An Interview with Julie (JC) Peters. ~ Stacey Fenske

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on Jul 28, 2012
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Julie Peters, author of Why Lying Broken in a Pile on your Bedroom Floor is a Good Idea, is a yoga teacher, studio owner, writer and spoken word poet.

Julie brings her emotional intelligence and creativity to everything she does. Her classes are rich with metaphors, poetry and authenticity. She is the owner of Eastside yoga studio, a space that was built on the genuine heart of the East Vancouver community.

Download or stream the interview here and you can find everything you need to know about the studio here, including Julie’s upcoming teacher training this summer.

Check out her website for her teaching schedule, writing and more.

Thank you so much for listening.

Stacey is an amateur podcaster, dedicated student, anatomy enthusiast, motorcycle rider and Registered Massage Therapist (RMT). She hopes that The Yoga Voice Podcast adds to the deep conversation of yoga and becomes one more way we can learn from and inspire each other. She loves to discover peoples beautiful quirks and insights and share them with the global yoga community. You can download all episodes for free by going to the iTunes store and searching The Yoga Voice Podcast or by going to Podhoster. Check out The Yoga Voice blog and Facebook page.

Editor: Jamie Morgan

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One Response to “The Yoga Voice Podcast: An Interview with Julie (JC) Peters. ~ Stacey Fenske”

  1. Mamaste says:

    Just intro'd on FB to: Yoga.