Creative Movement

10:15am Friday

Class Description

“I believe that the more time we spend choosing to run the deep inner-peace circuitry of our right hemispheres, the more peace we will project into the world, and the more peaceful our planet will be.” – Jill Bolte Taylor. This class was developed through various exercises by Lady Jules’s dance teacher, Flo Master, to help get out of the judgmental side of our brains, into a creative space in order to create new and innovative movement. Using props, suggestions, and various different types of music- you will learn new ways to move and create without the noise and chatter of left brain thinking. Lady Jules will provide and uplifting, positive experience to let yourself play with movement in ways you never knew were possible. Each class starts with an invigorating warm-up, movement lesson, and free-flow to allow for your own movement and creations from that lesson. This is like giving your body, and mind a 45 minute cleanse of toxic thought patterns that turn into beautiful expression. Come with clothing that is easy to move in… All levels are welcome!

Jules "Lady Jules" Urich

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Julie “Lady Jules” Urich grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where as a child she excelled in competitive gymnastics. Urich started with a career as a professional dancer for Rennie Harris Puremovement in the 1990's, and later became a member of the all-female dance group Beat Freaks, who spent their on-air time encouraging young girls to dance and follow their dreams. Urich’s experience dancing in movies, commercials, and music videos has lauded her as one of the most decorated female Break Dancers in the world. Under mentor and teacher Crazy Legs Urich went on to win a venerable Spy Award.


Lady Jules is the one who made the first headspin ever from a lady in the fourth episode of America's Best Dance Crew. In early 2010, Beat Freaks collaborated with Nike Women and have been heavily featured in the Nike Women website. She appeared on America's Best Dance Crew with the '"Beat Freaks", the Oprah Winfrey show and performed alongside Madonna and Sarah Jessica Parker on consecutive Gap campaigns. She has also performed on some of the world's most prestigious stages such as the Victory Theater on Broadway, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., and the Spoleto festival in Spoleto, Italy. Urich kicked off her acting career, and starred as the lead in the feature film, B-Girl (2009) alongside Wesley Jonathan, Drew Sidora, and Aimee Garcia.


Some of Jules other film credits include Step-Up 3-D, Step-Up 2, You Got Served, and Disaster Movie. She has been featured in commercial campaigns for Coke, iPod, Wal-Mart, Gap, Nike, and Jolly Rancher, and has performed alongside such artists as the Roots, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Madonna, Missy Elliot, Run-DMC , and LL Cool J. Some commercials she has been featured in include Wal-Mart, GAP, Nike and Jolly Rancher. She is one of the original members of Groovaloos and a part of the stage show is based on her life. Urich appeared with the Beat Freaks in three music videos: Diddy's "Love Come Down" in 2009, Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love" in 2010, and Australian dance crew/rappers and singers Justice Crew's Dance With Me fFt Flo Rida in 2011.


In 2013 Jules left LA for her hometown Colorado to start a family and teach the new generation the foundation of Breaking. She now resides in Boulder County with her Fiancé, Ian, and daughter Isabella.