About Julia B. Morrow
Julia is certified in many areas of health and fitness:
-E-RYT – 200hr. Therapeutic Yoga
-RYT – 500hr. Alignment Based Yoga
-Blue Belt Nia Technique Instructor
-Certified MOVE I.T Instructor
-Baltimore Barre Certified
-Certified Personal Trainer, ACE
-ACE Fitness Nutrition Specialist
-ACE Senior Fitness Specialist
-ACE Weight Management Specialist
Julia brings a therapeutic approach to health and wellness, making it accessible to everyone. Guiding movement through proper technique and individualized training, she strives to help you achieve your goals. She enjoys helping people of all fitness levels become the best versions of themselves by creating a fun environment where they are challenged and feel accomplished after every workout. Julia pulls from her yoga and dance background to bring attention to alignment and focus, working all the muscles in the body to strengthen and prevent against injuries.
Julia is a dancer and choreographer who studied dance for fifteen years. She studied at the St Paul’s Schools, Carver Center for the Arts, Peabody Preparatory and Maryland School of Ballet and Modern Dance. Additionally, she was selected to attend Summer Stages at Concord Academy, where she danced and performed with David Parker and the Bang Group. For her senior year dance thesis, she choreographed and directed a full-length dance concert. Most recently, she has created pieces for Inertia, the dance company at St. Paul’s School for Girls.
Julia completed her 200-hour yoga training in Baltimore, studying under Diane Finlayson. She began working at B-More Yoga and was soon introduced to Nia Technique. She then traveled to Nia H.Q in 2011 to take her White Belt from Nia’s co-founder, Debbie Rosas. Since then, she has continued to teach yoga and Nia at many locations in Baltimore and Harford County. In 2015, she added personal training to her repertoire. In addition, adding Barre and other specialty trainings. This year she has immersed herself in yoga once more, recently finishing her 500-hour yoga training under Mark Garner and Diane Finlayson.