For Juliet, yoga is in the family - she first tried it over 10 years ago when her mother was doing her own teacher training. Drawn to movement, she quickly found the physical benefits and over time began to notice a regular yoga and meditation practice has profound effects on her mental health and well being. Expect playful, strong and creative vinyasa, inspiring, informative foundations and nourishing yin. Conscious movement with a strong focus on breath is at the heart of Juliet's classes. Whist honouring the many different reasons for practice, she often weaves in a philosophical element or anatomical focus. She teaches from a functional (rather than aesthetic) perspective and aims to empower practitioners to approach yoga with a curiosity and to find poses that feel good for them. A regular yoga practice can be so life enhancing and Juliet is passionate about sharing it in a way that promotes self-enquiry, creates community, and is fun and accessible.