I am who I am.
Hi there, I am Juliette! I am German-Indonesian and live in Bali, Indonesia. I grew up between Indonesia and Germany, and have always preferred the island life since I was younger.
I teach Hatha Yoga and became a certified teacher after attending my first Certified Yoga Teacher Training (CYT 200) at Marianne Wells Yoga School in Costa Rica. I participated in additional trainings afterwards focusing on Hatha Yoga.
In my classes and workshops, I focus on a proper body alignment, a balanced mind and a connection between body and breath. Additionally, I teach Yoga as a help to decrease anxiety and stress. I specialize in teaching people experiencing severe depressions to release their emotions during practice and find their own path towards healing and self-realization.
I am also a certified Reiki practitioner and give private treatments. I highly believe that a Reiki treatment helps you to find imbalances in your energy flow and gives you insight into your current emotional and mental state.
For classes, treatments or any other questions, feel free to drop me a message.
More about myself.
Before I became a Yoga teacher, I was working as a Software Developer. I used to do something I enjoyed but did not love. Up until I reached a point, where I said goodbye to corporate life and founded my own company Putriluna that offers web design and digital services for small companies.
I am also co-founder of The Locomotive Co. that offers holistic and sustainable wellbeing programs for corporate organisations including Yoga, meditation, nutrition and worksite wellness workshops. Our mission is to raise awareness of mental health at the workplace, as we highly believe that our productivity and performance at work is influenced by our mental wellbeing.
In the rest of my free time, you will most probably find me in my bathing suit at the beach. My happy place is close to the water with the sun shining down on me.
I’m a moonchild at heart. I feel a strong connection to the moon and to my feminine energy, which highly influences the way I practice and teach. Because of that, I have given the name Bulan Yoga - with bulan being the Indonesian word for moon.