they call me julia...
I believe that health and well-being are basic rights, and I am deeply committed to spiritual activism and social justice. My work is dedicated to cultural shift by supporting individuals and communities in restorative practices, and ensuring that embodied spiritual and creative practices are accessible for all.
I believe in the power of creative play, making art, transformational dialogue, strength in community, and above all, love.
I have had the incredible experiences of learning about restorative justice and practices with Ahimsa Collective, as well as with Kay Pranis at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute at Eastern Mennonite University. I remain open to the continual learning of what it means to be an agent of sustainable and meaningful change.