TULITA [too-lee-tuh] adjective

1. to attain a balanced state

2. to reach the height or peak of self awareness

Origin of word: India

EST. 2015

The entirety of the Tulita Yoga movement inclusive of a yoga teacher training and workshops is dedicated to safe understanding and teachings of yoga for both the students and the teachers. Our courses represent an indepth understanding of Asana on all levels.


L-da Wild

Wild (Julia Palermo via Yoga Alliance), age 27, is a Yoga Alliance registered E-RYT 500. She completed her first  200 hour teacher training course in 2013, and began teaching that same year. She later fulfilled  her full (and maximum) Yoga Alliance teahers' certification of 500  hours with a world renowned school: AYM Yoga, while living for a short  time in the The Yoga Capital of The World: Rishikesh, India.  She  favours traditional Hatha and Vinyasa but has studied, explored and  taught several other styles including Ashtanga, Iyenger, Nidra and  Sivananda. Her career experience embodies thousands of teaching hours  inclusive of traditional classes, private classes, workshops, working  with professional athletes and leading her original Yoga Alliance  recognized 200 hour teacher training program partnered with The Club at  White Oaks.

Wild  founded the Tulita Yoga Method in 2016 following years of immersing  herself deeply in the studies of ancient yoga scriptures while  considering modern approaches and in conjunction with the completion of  related college courses including anatomy, physiology, and posture.  Furthermore, she has attained a 100 hour Ayurveda certification in  Rishikesh, India, with and directly from a traditional Ayurvedic  Professional. Ayurveda is one of the world's oldest holistic  (“whole-body”) systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in  India.

As  a working musician and performer, Wild graciously pursues the  opportunity to intertwine her two passions: yoga and music. She  oftentimes performs a small acoustic performance for her students during  Savasana.