Embodying the priestess through inner healing and sacred leadership

What a treat to speak with a treasured teacher, inspiring leader and potent role model of mine. Julie Parker taught me to become a Life Coach, and she is still teaching me today through her embodied leadership how to hold powerful, safer, inclusive and transformational spaces – and how to lead from a place of deep integrity. I invited Julie to join us on Wild Flow for a conversation that truly calls us into our own integrity, devotion and healing so we can hold powerful space to create ripples of social change, by embodying our own inner Sacred Leader and Priestess.

What You’ll Learn

  • Julie’s sense of her cycle in perimenopause and how she works with that
  • What Julie’s spiritual practice looks like as a Priestess
  • Why she is so passionate about Sacred Leadership, what it is and why it’s such a powerful alternative to what we predominantly see in the world.
  • The new Tedx Julie is co-curating in Melbourne this year, and how this platform seeks to go ‘beyond the binary’

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About Julie

Julie Parker (she/her) is the Founder of The Beautiful You Coaching Academy, Co-Founder of Priestess Temple School and a mentor, counsellor, coach, supervisor and guide for sacred leaders and space holders. She has trained thousands of life coaches from around the world to birth their soul businesses and has had a thriving counselling and coaching practice for nearly two decades.
Julie has inspired thousands of people as an in-demand speaker for clients including Apple, Telstra and Soulpreneurs, is the recipient of numerous leadership and women’s awards, is an international award winning published author and host of the top ranking Priestess Podcast where she has interviewed some of the world’s great spiritual thought leaders. As a devoted and practising priestess, Julie is committed to contributing to a world where presence, healing and social justice are honoured. Julie lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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