Júlia was born in Barcelona where she fell in love with ballet just before turning 3 at Studio Isadora, a local ballet school. After graduating from the dance Conservatoire in Barcelona, she moved to Antwerp, Belgium to train at the Royal Ballet School of Flanders. Between these schools and several summer intensives, Júlia received Cuban, Russian, French, Bournonville and English ballet technique training.
Júlia achieved her teaching qualification at BBO in 2016, while working as a senior pointe shoe fitter at Freed of London. She currently teaches full time in London, working with adults.
After collaborating with several inclusive dance workshops such as Dance for Dementia & Alzheimer’s, Júlia became inspired, and made it a goal for everyone to feel welcome and safe in the dance community. She has recently started an inclusive Ballet project, aiming to provide adapted Ballet classes to people with reduced mobility, with a view to making Ballet accessible for ‘any-body’!
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