Facilitating life skills for emotional & mental well-being to children and youth 3 - 18 years & their schools 

Consultation & Mentorship with Julia Bain Johnson, MA, CCYT

For Organizations & Training Facilities

Curriculum Development and/or Facilitation

Julia works as a consultant for schools and organizations to assess, advise, develop and/or facilitate engaging, effective curriculum within a Positive Youth Development Framework designed specifically for their own environment and needs.

Speaking Engagements and/or Mentorship for Youth

Julia is an engaging, passionate speaker and role model for youth. Sharing her personal story of emotional and mental well-being alongside her extensive experience and education in Preventative Health Education within a Positive Youth Development Framework, Julia delivers a dynamic presentation on finding strength and compassion, understanding our emotional and mental health needs, and supporting both ourselves and our peers. Mentorship takes this presentation further by delivering a Peaceful Warriors youth program that includes developing leadership skills and peer support tools whereby youth feel empowered to find their strengths and use their own journey to support others in need. 

For Instructors

Mentorship through Membership

Are you an instructor looking for guidance on your child and youth classes and/or business? Julia continuously mentors instructors in order to assist and guide them through trouble areas with students, lesson plans, business needs, or simply to have them feeling more confident in their abilities. Available for instructors who have been certified in Yoga It Up programming. Membership information can be found here.

Contact us to learn more or to book Julia today (subject to availability)

Julia has been dedicated to preventative health education in children and schools for over two decades both locally and internationally, holding various positions with organizations such as the Canadian International Development Agency, Family Health International, UBC's Human Early Learning Partnership and the Department of Developmental Neurosciences and Child Health at BC Children's Hospital. Julia holds a Masters degree in Development Studies, along with certifications in Children's Yoga, Yoga for the Special Needs Child, International Development and Adult Education. Julia utilizes her extensive experience and education alongside her personal journey of finding mental and emotional health through mindfulness, movement and positive psychology to develop Yoga It Up’s programs and to facilitate life skills to children, youth, educators and parents.