Jules Mitchell MS, CMT, ERYT500 is a San Francisco based yoga teacher, educator and massage therapist. Her unique approach incorporates her extensive study in biomechanics with the modern application of yoga asana to help teachers develop their craft and empower them with education. Jules’s methods intend to achieve ease in movement through deliberate loading, thus her teachings integrate numerous modalities, balancing the somatic aspects of yoga with the most current exercise science. She leads workshops and continuing education courses worldwide, providing yoga schools with the most current research in biomechanics. Jules is currently writing her book, Yoga Biomechanics: Redefining Stretching, which is expected to become available in 2018 through Handspring Publishing. She is also adjunct faculty at Arizona State University where she serves as the yoga consultant on various research studies. If she’s not teaching workshops at your favorite local studio any time soon, you can access a variety of her programs online. Learn more about Jules Mitchell.
300 hour teacher training program for 2019:
Jules Mitchell’s 300 hour advanced teacher training is confirmed for 2019. It includes 2 required modules, homework, and an online component. Each 2-week module is hosted in a 6 bedroom luxury mansion in Las Vegas with a private pool and private chef. Meals, airport transfers, towels and linens all included. Content is heavy on biomechanics, pose analysis and purpose, use of props for specific adaptations, somatics for coordinative variability, applications of pain science, restorative yoga, and deliberate sequencing. More info.
Learn with Jules Mitchell
A large portion of Jules’ work schedule includes traveling all over the world teaching both current yoga teachers and aspiring yoga teachers about biomechanics and anatomy.
Jules Mitchell delivers top-notch online education for yoga teachers in biomechanics, sports science, stretching, and injury prevention/rehab.
Blog & Podcasts
Choose from articles and podcasts on the latest research in yoga, biomechanics, and exercise science. By reading, commenting and sharing, you are supporting scientific literacy and contributing to the yoga community. Thank you!
Explore hours of free and premium content for your yoga practice on:
Jules’ YouTube Channel