Julie Lusk, M.Ed., RYT E500, is president of Wholesome Resources. She focuses on opening, balancing and strengthening the body/mind/spirit connection through yoga, meditation, therapeutic relaxation and guided imagery.
Julie is published internationally and the author of “Yoga Meditations,” “Desktop Yoga®,” two volumes of “30 Scripts for Relaxation, Imagery and Inner Healing,” and the Mind-Body eBook Collection.
Her CDs include “Real Relaxation: Yoga Nidra,” “Wholesome Energizers,” “Power of Presence” and many others. Julie Lusk’s relaxation, imagery and affirmation CDs are being used on an ongoing basis at Good Samaritan Hospital, American Heart Association, Hospice of Cincinnati, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, American and Jamaican Cancer Societies, VA Tech and other organizations nationwide.
Julie teaches yoga and meditation regularly in Cincinnati. She has upcoming programs scheduled for 2011 at Kripalu in February, Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas in April, the National Wellness Conference in July, Satchidananda Ashram – Yogaville in September and the Psychology of Health, Immunity and Disease Conference in December at Hilton Head.
Professionally, Julie has served as Regional Director of the Mercy Holistic Health and Wellness Center (Cincinnati, OH), Assistant Dean of Students of Roanoke College and Director of Health Management at Lewis-Gale Clinic. Julie’s volunteer efforts in community wellness and health promotion earned recognition from the US Surgeon General and the Governor of Virginia.
She has appeared as a guest on numerous radio and television shows for CBS, ABC, FOX, ESPN and NBC affiliates, as well as South China Morning Post and Hong Kong Metro News Radio.
Yoga Journal, New Woman Magazine, Cincinnati Enquirer, Business Courier, Vegetarian Times, Body& Soul Journal for Holistic Living, Cincinnati Woman, IDEA Today, Roanoker, Wellness Management, among other publications, have featured Julie’s work in articles.
Julie Lusk is available as a speaker, trainer and mentor.
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