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Julie Goodridge is a woman of many talents, and she is familiar with the challenges that life can bring. In March 2011 she sustained a life threatening head injury as a result of passing out and falling off her horse.  Her journey to full recovery took three years, and it was intense.  In May she was invited to speak at a medical conference (All Wales School of Emergency Medicine, www.awsem2018.Wales) in North Wales, about this experience and her healing process and her healing practice.   

 Julie, born in Barnet, North London, worked in several sales positions for many years but did not feel fulfilled. At the age of 29 she applied to university to study science, a dream she had held for a long time. After obtaining a BSc., followed by an MSc. from Oxford University, she worked briefly at Imperial College as a Research Assistant.  However, Julie felt there was more to life and in 2001 she embarked on her own personal development journey with a short course in Reiki. Her affinity for energy work was apparent and she trained as a Reiki teacher, and taught it from her then home in Hertfordshire.


During a six month touring trip of the United States in 2003, Julie explored other healing modalities and discovered the energetic field of the physical heart. Having experienced its astonishing powers of bringing balance on every level, Julie set up her practice as soon as she arrived home.  

Thriving, not just surviving

Julie firmly believes that we all have what we need and that we know what is best for us – it is just that sometimes it is a little difficult getting to it on our own. Bringing her own unique combination of energies to every session, Julie is passionate about her work and helping people in the here and now. 

“I am often staggered by the willingness of my clients to welcome change, and this in turn allows the energy to perpetuate,” says Julie, currently practising at Hereford Centre for Natural Health, as well as in Builth Wells, where she lives with her husband Steve  (pictured left with Julie) and two step-daughters, Isabelle and Phoebe.  

“Often changes that occur in a healing, perpetuate, and any work with the Heart Field is beneficial to receive. It can bring feelings of release, balance and clarity, but also freedom from physical and emotional pain, a sense of peace and more acceptance of difficult situations. It helps clients to move forward.”

Julie Goodridge (MSc.) offers one-to-one and distance sessions, as well as Life Coaching and Meditation Groups. Client testimonials are available to view on the website. Please get in touch for more information and to book a session.

Julie Goodridge Healing

Tel: 01497 851 764 or 07794 391 764

Facebook: Julie Goodridge Healing


Andrea Slivkova
Editor, FitNet Magazine
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Previously gymnastics coach, massage therapist and personal trainer with 20 years of experience. Former gymnast and dancer.

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