Was born in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

In 2003, she graduated from the Perm State Ballet Academy as a student of L.P. Sakharova and E.F. Khrebtova (classical). Following graduation, she accepted an invitation to join Perm State Opera and Ballet Theater company, where she danced many leading parts in the classical repertoire: Gulnara (Le Corsaire), Queen of the Dryads (Don Quixote), soloist (Les Sylphides), Lilac Fairy (Sleeping Beauty), Odette-Odile (Swan Lake), Medea (Medea), and others. Her performance of Odette-Odile was performed at the Perm Opera and Ballet Theater under the direction of People's Artist L.O. Kunakova, a tutor at the Mariinsky State Opera and Ballet Theater in St. Petersburg.
Yulia Kirillovna Manjeles
She worked with many of the leading Russian and international ballet masters and teachers of both classical dance and modern choreography: Natalia Akhmarova, Vladimir Vasiliev, Bart Cook, Natalia Makarova, Vasily Medvedev, Radu Polkitaru, Alevtina Lisina, Yuri Soloviev, Stanislav Fecho, and others.

In 2010, she was invited to join the St. Petersburg-based "Academic Ballet Theater" under the direction of Boris Eifman. During her work in St. Petersburg she danced the leading parts in the ballets "Red Giselle," "Anna Karenina," "Russian Hamlet," "Rodin," "The Seagull," "Don Quixote," "Tchaikovsky," and others.
In 2016, she graduated from the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet with a degree in dance instruction, and she is fluent in all forms of classical ballet and modern dance. She has 20 years of experience dancing in major Russian theaters, and since 2015 has been a soloist with the Evgeny Panfilov Ballet Theater in Perm. She is actively involved in both teaching and performing and is a certified PBT specialist (Progressing Ballet Technique).