About Julie

A seasoned practitioner in nutrition, yoga and mindfulness

Hi, I’m Julie Wilcox, a wellness consultant, writer, teacher, and coach. I have spent my life exploring how to hone the body, mind, and spirit to become healthier, happier, balanced, and more productive. I believe in personalized solutions that speak to individual needs. We are all unique and deserve specialized attention.

As a child, I trained as a gymnast under Russian coaches – an intensive experience that taught me discipline and how to work incrementally to achieve mastery. But it was my deep study of yoga and nutrition that gave me insight into the importance of balancing all aspects of my nature and character, and, that allowed me to understand how to enhance my own well-being so I could help others do the same.

I grew up in New York City where I live with my teenage daughter. I am the first to reap the benefits of my holistic methodology, with resources of energy to enjoy running, tennis, skiing, hiking, and surfing, in addition to maintaining my daily yoga practice. A true foodie, I love to dine out to sample the talents of other chefs and cuisines, as well as develop my own healthy and delicious recipes at home. My lifestyle balances family and professional engagements harmoniously.  

A wellness expert with two decades of professional experience

As founder of Julie Wilcox Wellness and co-founder of ISHTA Yoga, Julie has taught thousands of clients individually and through corporate wellness programs. She has piloted ongoing programs with IBM, TBWA\Chiat Day, Marti Hotels & Marinas Group and Deborah Lippmann Enterprises, among others. Her personal and professional experience are backed by a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from NYU and national certifications in yoga and fitness through the Yoga Alliance of America and ACE™. Julie earned her AB at Harvard College.

A soon-to-be published author of The Win-Win Diet: How to be Plant-Based and Still Eat What You Love (launching in January 2022), 

Julie is continuously engaged, up-to-date and active at the forefront of her profession. In addition to academic projects taken on as qualitative researcher and writer (Rockefeller University 4-year study on Overweight and Adolescent Obesity Prevention and Management), she is also a content creator whose articles and videos have been featured in Forbes, Fox News, MindBodyGreen, Parade, Refinery29, and Greatist, to name a few. Her non-profit work is equally wellness-focused. She is a consultant and Advisory Board member for Quincy Asian Resources (QARI), an NGO providing food security and health & wellness services to underserved immigrant populations, and Executive Wellness Director of Jewish Orthodox Women’s Medical Association (JOWMA).