Juliet Loranger


I learn through moving my body, and with that I keep learning the importance of patience. I’ve always moved and grooved my way through life, I like it that way. A while ago I found myself engaged with the hails and fails of being a modern day rock-n-roll woman and then somehow along came yoga, and that has made this life all the more intriguing.

My personal practice of yoga is to establish relationship with process and honesty. I hope to tend and to nurture the traditions and philosophies of yoga with grace and curiosity. In the classes I teach, I invite participants to a place where they might sustain in what is (what works for them), I choose to educate about the fortifying qualities and the alignment of yoga postures, also encourage students to better understand the fluency of their breath.

200 hour certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor & 300 hour certified with Noah Mazé and is currently involved in an in-depth training with Noah to be a certified YogaMazé instructor. My philosophy teacher is Douglas Brooks.

I have been teaching for 11 years. I have been a yoga studio owner for 7 years.

Yoga on Union in downtown New Bedford is my home base, but I offer classes and workshops throughout New England.