Julia Grace

Background: Russian & Jewish

 

*What are 3 words you use to describe yourself?

Authentic, Expressive and Thoughtful 

 

*What makes you feel at home?

My Oracle deck, Nag Champa incense, my breath.

 

*What is your best kept SELF LOVE secret?

Eye gazing with myself in the mirror, dancing, allowing my self to express through dance, moving freely and connect back to myself, and gratitude. 

 

*What does WORSHIP mean to you?

Worship means honoring myself as a divine vessel, it means self care. A consistent devotional practice to something that makes you feel connected to your higher self, and to service, that connects you to your faith.  

 

*What is one thing that makes you feel SEXY?

Dancing

 

*What is your favorite piece of clothing, and how does it make you feel?

The pants that I normally wear to dance, they are light fabric, move beautifully, and peak some skin at times. They make me feel in my body, like a Goddess, connected to my whole self, embodied and beautiful. 

 

*Describe what gets you in the mood to make love.

When a man is pensive and asks questions; massage, the touch and the energy of strong hands. A man cooking. 

 

*What is your High Vision?

My high vision is that people are able to be fully expressed, to give them full permission to be expressed, tapped in to their creativity and manifestation power. For people to be able to see their divinity, be open to synchronicity so they know that they are always guided. For people to see the blessings in every challenge. To know that every single situation is there for their highest vision. 

 

*What is one limiting belief you’re letting go of?

I am letting go of the belief that I am not good enough, that my presence does not bring value and self doubt. 

 

 

Julia Grace, M.A., R-DMT,  is a Psychotherapist specializing in expressive arts and dance/movement therapy, passionate about helping people find trust, flow, and meaning in their lives in ways that are creative and embodied. She runs the Expressive Arts Department at recovery treatment facilities, and has a private practice in Santa Monica, CA. Learn more about her here: 

 

 

Photos by Rachel Pringle and Interview Moun D'Simone