WHO WE ARE
is a resident of Willow Grove, PA. An athlete throughout high school and a health conscious gym-goer in his later years, Eric often thinks about health and wellness and would love to see more people participate in greater self-care.
He started practicing yoga in 2012 with the intention to balance his weight lifting routine that left him stiff and inflexible. In May of 2018, Eric completed a one-year, 250 hour hatha yoga teacher training from the YogaLife Institute in King of Prussia, PA. He is continuing his yoga education with their yoga therapy program over the next three years.
Eric also has a degree in electronics engineering from Drexel University. He previously worked for large design and manufacturing companies and is very familiar with health and wellness issues that arise in the workplace.
“Changing the world starts within each of us. To positively impact our families, our business, our communities, and our world, we must first be able to make the same positive changes within ourselves. Over the last several years, yoga has been the biggest contributor to my own self-improvement. My hope is to help others improve themselves and therefore their surroundings through their own practice of yoga.”
was born in Wakefield, a small town in Quebec, Canada and was raised in Willow Grove, a slightly larger town outside of Philadelphia, PA. First inspired by the book, "Real Men Do Yoga", he has practiced yoga regularly since high school to treat and prevent sports-related injuries.
Julien further deepened his yoga practice while living in Montreal, where he attended McGill and Concordia Universities studying liberal arts, French, and theatre. Montreal is also where he began his seated meditation practice after a collection of inspiration from a Zen center, a travelling musician, and an Indian businessman on holiday in Canada.
In November 2017 he received a Yoga Teacher Certification from the Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikesh, India.
“I am motivated to deepen my knowledge and practice so that I can help others to find the sense of peace and calm within which regular yoga practice has helped me find."