Pop-Up Yoga RV
I beleive Yoga should be afforable and accessible to all indivduals.
I want to empower everyone to find yoga in their daily lives; both on and off the mat.
Above all, I hope that participating in a POP-Up Yoga class encourages you to
begin or cultivate a personal yoga practice that fits your needs.
My main focus is to teach the proper structure of yoga poses so you may carry on with your
yoga practice in whatever venue you choose.
During 2017, I had the privilege to study under Arpita Shah, Owner and Founder of OM Yoga Journey. www.omyogajourney.com In August of 2017, I graduated with my Yoga Teacher Training 200 (YTT200) certification. In June 2019 I completed 18 hours of Chair
Yoga training with Karen O'Donnell-Clark.
What yoga means to me as a Breast Cancer Survivor is a silver lining. In 2011, at the recommendation of my Oncologist, I began my yoga journey which helped me recover physically and emotionally. Physically, by regaining my full range of motion and keeping scar tissue from forming. Emotionally, it has helped me move through the experience and accept my “new normal”. Yoga has improved in my strength and balance, which has removed my low back pain and has significantly reduce my chiropractor visits. Simply, I love yoga because it makes me feel good (strong, exhilarated, relaxed, peaceful, and happy). Yoga challenges me to be present, still, patient, humble, and more importantly to breathe. It has inspired me to live more mindfully.
What is Pop-up RV Yoga?
Pop-Up Yoga gives you the opportunity to "pop-in" and experience a free yoga class in a relaxed, nonthreatening environment.
RV Yoga gave me the opportunity to provide free yoga while traveling the US in our RV at a variety of RV resorts and campgrounds.
Yoga opportunities have been stricken with the current COVID-19 situation. I am going to provide outdoor yoga on my patio with limited access. Contact me directly for more information at:
Questions & Answers
What is Yoga?
Yoga means 'union' or 'connection'. Doing yoga connects your mind, with your body, and breath. In your
yoga practice you will do some stretching and movement as you breathe. You will also have time for
mindfulness where you will completely relax for a few minutes in a meditative state. There should never
be any pain while doing your yoga practice. You always listen to your body, the yoga instructor is there as
What type of classes are offered?
Most classes will be beginner type, gentle yoga and chair yoga. However, as a yoga instructor, I can guide
you to a higher level of poses as well.
How do I sign-up to attend:
Most of the time you don't need to sign-up! If it's an indoor space, I'll set up an event page where you may
RSVP. I'll make sure you know that before you come.
What should I bring to class?
A yoga mat and a smile!
For Yoga 101 class bring your mat, a beach towel, and a pen/pencil.
Water bottles are highly recommended.
Can I invide a friend?
Yes -- of course. The more, the merrier!
Are kids allows?
Yes, Pop-Up Yoga RV is for all levels and all ages (minors must be accompanied by an adult). Child
care is not provided. If you want to bring your child, please do so, and enjoy yoga as a family!
Does this effort benefit local yoga studios?
Yes. How? Many people are intimiated to step into a yoga studio for many reasons. My goal is that
Pop-Up Yoga RV provides the introductory level of yoga to give people the confidence they need to
find a home yoga studio and/or a Senior Center where they feel comfortable enough to attend.
Yoga Etiquette (click on link)
Western Way RV Resort
Private Home Yoga Class
Pop-Up Yoga RV
Girl Scout Yoga 101 Class
"I had the opportunity to begin my yoga practice with Julie the summer of 2017. She gave me the confidence I needed to pursue yoga at a local studio. I have bought a Groupon and now I am excited to begin my own journey."
- Diana Buchanan, March 2018
"We really enjoy your yoga class this month. When we go back home to Tennessee we are going to get a yoga video for seniors and continue on with our practice. Thank you."
- Gary and Lynn, February 2018
Tropic Winds RV Resort
"When I turned 55 I began practicing yoga on my own using the internet as my guide.
Unfortunately, it resulted in an injury. Through practicing with Julie I learned the importance of taking more time to warm up, and to set up my yoga sequences and poses properly. These basic principles have helped me enjoy yoga more and remain injury free."
- Theresa Milbourn, October 2017
"It was so refreshing doing yoga at the campground. There’s nothing better than yoga outside with the sun shining and the birds chirping; oh ya, and the ground squirrel running amongst us. I really enjoyed it." - Sue Chilcott, August 2017