Julianne Hough did the cover of the June 2020 issue of Women’s Health serving bright, vibrant, and energetic-Children of The Damned realness. Those icy eyes are looking right into your soul and saying: “KINRGY!”. Because that’s what she talked about. She’s just a girl expressing herself the only way she knows how: by getting her butt-ghosts out. She explained that Davos ass-orcism demonstration from earlier this year, and don’t worry, it’s all just energy getting released. Gross. Well say, “Excuse me,” afterwards, at least.
Even though we’re in COVID-19 quarantine (mostly/slightly), magazines still have backed-up content to churn out for us. I mean, this sure won’t help the dying print industry, but online must be thriving! You know what else is thriving? Julianne!
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So honored to be featured on the cover of @womenshealthmag’s June issue! ✨🙏 #Repost · · · WH's June cover star @juleshough is on a mission to help you to find the power inside of you—and you don’t have to be a professional (or even an amateur) dancer to follow her moves ⚡️ Julianne opens up about her workout method @kinrgy, living life on her own timeline, and navigating this uncertain time.
The 31-year-old said her “whole mission is to help people connect to their most authentic self,” through her dance-inspired fitness project KINRGY. And that’s what it did for her. She came out as “not straight” and went on tour with Oprah to spread her KINRGY soul–dancing up and down America like a lunatic. The most interesting thing for us to experience was her ass-exorcism at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland in January of this year. Hollistic health “guru” Dr. John Amaral used his hands to pull something invisible out of her spine, and it looked insane as she writhed around like a person with a vibrator stuck up their ass in the on-position. She explained the Doctor was just removing “stuck” energy from her spine.
“Trust me, I got all the comments. Everything that’s energy moves in a wave.”
Meanwhile, she also touched on the topic of her husband, Brooks Laich. The two have been quarantining separately after battling months of rumors about alleged issues in their relationship, like Brooks’ personal New Year’s resolution of exploring his sexuality (still waiting on that call, Brooks!). However, Julianne painted a picture of a husband who loves her more than his husky. For example, he watched one of her KINRGY routines and got teary-eyed.
“He said, ‘Wow, I got emotional just watching.’ Brooks was feeling my energy; he was feeling the collective energy of all the people watching.”
Julianne also talked about her sexuality and “unplugging from the societal beliefs and cultural beliefs and religious beliefs that [she] grew up in” (Julianne grew up Mormon in Utah).
“I believe in soul love, whatever that looks like. I kind of don’t believe in labels. It doesn’t mean that I won’t have a baby, etc. It just means that I’ve unplugged from what I feel like I should be doing versus what I actually want to be doing.”
Her KINRGY even cured her endometriosis, apparently.
“I will tell you, through this transformation of really connecting back to my truth, I haven’t had symptoms of endometriosis because of the love and kindness I’m giving to my body. I believe there’s stress, shame, guilt, and suppression of female energy that’s associated with endometriosis, so de-layering that has really helped.”
She said all this growing makes her feel “better prepared” if she and Brooks decide to use the eggs they froze to have babies. You may think this all sounds dumb and crazy, but Julianne is all about alternative therapies and experiences.
“I’m a deep-ass person. There is no right or wrong in my viewpoint. It is based on what works well for you. If those modalities feel strange to people, it may not be for them–or it may not be for them yet–and I’m okay with that. I believe in helping people trust what’s already within them.”
Julianne, I know how deep your ass is – I watched it get exorcised. Those demons looked heavily-rooted.
thought i'd seen it all until i saw julianne hough being exorcised pic.twitter.com/2w6zKH1CAW
— trey taylor (@treytylor) January 23, 2020