I have spent most of my life exploring how to hone the body, mind, and spirit to become healthier, happier, more energetic, less stressed, and more productive. I believe in personalized lifestyle solutions; every person, company, and institution is unique and deserves specialized attention.
As a child, I was an Olympic aspiring gymnast training under Russian coaches – an intensive experience that taught me discipline and how to work incrementally to achieve mastery of my body. But it was my study of yoga, meditation, and nutrition that gave me insight into the importance of mastering and balancing not just my physical body, but all aspects of myself, including my mind and spirit. I also came to realize that developing and cultivating ambition, passion, discipline, courage, resilience, balance, resourcefulness, and self-acceptance is critical to optimal well-being
I grew up in New York City where I still live with my teenage daughter. I am the first to reap the benefits of my holistic methodology, with abundant energy to enjoy yoga, running, tennis, skiing, hiking, and various other workout and athletic modalities, as well as mindfulness, breathing, and meditation practices. My lifestyle balances wellness with family, friends, and professional engagements harmoniously.
I work with corporate entities, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and individuals. Together we identify and assess needs and goals. Then we create and implement strategy to achieve them. While I emphasize plant-based nutrition, exercise, yoga, mindfulness/meditation, and sleep, our work touches all aspects of health.
Personalized wellness consultant, coach, author, and expert
A wellness expert with two decades of professional experience
Julie Wilcox is founder of Julie Wilcox Wellness Consulting, co-founder of ISHTA Yoga, author of The Win-Win Diet: How to be Plant-Based and Still Eat What You Love, and adjunct professor of Leadership and Wellness at Simmons University. Julie earned her Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at New York University and her Bachelor of Arts degree at Harvard College.
Julie is a member of the board of directors of Quincy Asian Resources Inc. (QARI), an NGO providing social services, food security and wellness to immigrant populations, as well as the Beracha Foundation in Israel, which funds grants in the areas of education, culture, and urban sustainability.
She serves as Executive Wellness Director of Jewish Orthodox Women’s Medical Association (JOWMA), which provides health and wellness education to the Orthodox Jewish community and supports a network of current and future Jewish female physicians. Julie brings her expertise to numerous other non-profit organizations as well, is a writer and content creator whose articles and videos have been featured in Forbes, Fox News, MindBodyGreen, and Parade, to name a few. Julie’s mission is to educate and coach her clients and students rigorously yet non-judgmentally, so that through self-leadership, self-care, self-value, self-acceptance, and self-efficacy, they may achieve their highest level of well-being.