Hi, I’m Julie Leoni and I'm going to share over 30 years of my experience in the well-being field so that you, your children and future generations can thrive as part of a healthy and regenerating planet.


I'm a life coach, researcher, writer, academic, yoga and psychology teacher, podcaster, facilitator, mother and friend. I have worked in with adults and young people in education locally and nationally running workshops, courses and one to one sessions on the materials below.

For my full CV look go to: https://www.julieleoni.com/journey-to-date-cv/

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Regenerative well-being


If the pandemic has shown us anything, it is the importance of health, hugs and the importance of the outside world and fresh air!

Now more than ever, we need to be well in the deepest, most rooted sense. Not the surface wellness of makeup and shopping, but a well-spring of health which will allow us to care for ourselves, our children, their children and the planet without whom we can't survive.

These courses are designed to change habits, build strength, wellness and a passion for life which will help us play our part in the changes we face personally, globally and planetarily.



The pandemic has shown us all so clearly not only the importance of health and well-being, but also how we and the planet are all interconnected. Whether it is a virus spreading from animal to human or global supply chains of vaccinations, we know that the health of one, contributes to the health of all.


“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.”


Chief Seattle LEADER OF THE SUQUAMISH AND DUWAMISH NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES


We are an integral part of nature, without fresh air, clean water, fertile soil humans can't survive. Healthy people make healthy choices not just for the immediate moment, but for the generations we leave in our wake.