(facebook excerpt, 12/30/15, in response queries about yoga classes)
"Oh man, ANYthing with Julia McSheffery. She was my saving grace and I miss her everyday now that I'm not in Columbus. Her voice is like a quiet music box, she cares about her students' health and well-being, and is just an overall excellent/knowledgeable teacher. You never feel like you're in one of those classes where you're expected to "compete" with those around you. You're there for you and she'll remind you of that constantly... It was one of the only yoga classes where I could actually track my own progress and see myself improve."

Andrea Breau

"Julia is a knowledgeable and engaging yoga teacher whose instruction is practical, unintimidating, and safe.  Not only does she provide an infinite amount of information regarding the body's mechanics and energy lines, she also gives her students the opportunity to play with the information they're given so they can personalize it for their own practice and teaching.
Connie Phillips, RYT

Julia McSheffery C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP

Here's What Julia's

resource: [re sors] Noun:  1) a stock, supply or asset,

2) an action or strategy, (3) [archaic] a leisure occupation.

Verb: to provide with materials or assets necessary for effective function. See also, return to Source.

About our name

Play is the nature of the universe.

Courtesy Diane Faridad

Students Say

(email excerpt, 8.21.09)
"Just felt like letting you know that I really enjoyed your class last night. It was beautifully timed, paced and a nice sequence. Very rejuvenating for me. I really needed it. I'll be back!"
Alex Ferm, yoga teacher

Combining a strong understanding of the body’s structure and systems as well as offering extensive experience and skill in yoga and its therapeutic potential, Julia provides her students the opportunity to easily understand and incorporate yoga practices into their lives in a meaningful way.  Originally interested in yoga as a means of recouping some of the flexibility she lost because of sport rock climbing, Julia quickly realized the benefits of yoga and its healing of injury and illness in her own life.   Besides being educated in exercise science, Julia is certified as a yoga therapist by the International Association of Yoga Therapists, www.iayt.org. Julia is also a certified yoga teacher and is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT500 yoga therapy teacher (500-hour level, ShivaShakti Synthesis) and as a teacher of vinyasa flow (200-hour level, White Lotus Foundation with Ganga White and Tracy Rich). Julia has also completed a 108-hour Anusara Yoga immersion (with Todd Norian and Ann Greene.) Each year Julia continues her education in yoga therapy retreat trainings with Doug Keller, doyoga.com. In addition to these certifications, Julia is also thankful for her  training with David Swenson, Shiva Rea, Donna Farhi, Amy Weintraub, Elise Browning Miller, Judith Lasater, and Tom Myers. Her experience includes teaching all levels of yoga in a variety of styles throughout the greater Columbus area, leading yoga teacher trainings at the 200-hr and 500-hr levels and mentoring students in yoga teacher training. She currently teaches classes at facilities throughout the city.  She is also registered with the Yoga Alliance as a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. You can see Julia discussing how to build a meditation practice on Good Day Columbus by visiting this link:  http://myfox28columbus.com/good-day-columbus/gdc-learning-the-practice-of-meditation

(facebook mail excerpt, 6.7.10)
"You've been by far one of the best yoga teachers I've ever had. Your instruction was so enlightening, your voice is so soothing, your yoga flows were so creative and your class just made me feel great."
Annie Vignolo Vian

ReSource Yoga

a part of Liilaa Yoga LLC


Dharma House: www.dharmahousecolumbus.com

Julia on Good Day Columbus:  http://myfox28columbus.com/good-day-columbus/gdc-learning-the-practice-of-meditation

Directory of Holistic Practitioners:  www.bodymindspiritdirectory.org