I was born and raised in Southern California. Growing up I was always an athlete. I started swimming competitively at the age of 5. I swam all the way through college. I've been teaching swimming for the past 10 years. I fell into yoga during college. It was on the class schedule one semester and I thought, "I should try it"! I've been hooked every since my first class. Over the years my love for yoga has grown from a personal practice to wanting to teach. Yoga has changed my life by the way I handle myself, interact with people, even how I parent. It gives me the peace I need everyday to be the best me everyday. I am so grateful to be able to share my love of yoga with my fellow yogis on this journey we call life. Just breathe
Juliet Forsgren instructs the following:
This therapeutically set sequenced flow will have student enjoying a new way of practicing yoga with our own House of Love Style.
Benefits include: strength increase, toned muscles, general sense of well being (physical and psychological) improved flexibility, increased mental clarity, detoxification (through sweating) alleviating many ailments such as stress, muscular pain, arthritis, insomnia, with the potential for weight loss.
This class is encouraged for mixed level, and suited to any body type or practice level.
Temperature: 100-105 degrees, 40 percent humidity.
Recommended: Yoga Mat, Yoga towel, Water
Vinyasa 2 (Heated)
This fun 60min yoga class will challenge your mind and body. It promises to elevate your heart rate, tone your muscles, and strengthen your core while creating space within yourself. Focusing on arm balances, headstands, handstands, and binds. Set to energizing music in a semi-heated room. This class incorporates the hottest moves for truly unique and exciting practice allowing you to go deeper into your practice.
TEMP: 92-96 degrees with 40% Humididty
Recommended: Yoga Mat, Yoga Towel, Water
All Levels Vinyasa Flow (Non-Heated)
Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic flowing yoga practice. Vinyasa literally translates to breath-sycronized movement and it is cardiovascular by nature. You will be guided to move and flow, connecting the postures together with the breath (inhale and exhale) to create a dance-like sequence or as some have called it, a "Moving Meditation".
Temperature: 80 degrees
Recommended: yoga mat, and yoga towel