MEET OUR DEDICATED STAFF
Classes Offered: Core Forward Vinyasa
Juliet Stillman started practicing yoga in the 1990s. In 2007, she started teaching a slow flow class on Sunday mornings, which she continues to teach today. In 2011 she earned her 200-hour yoga teacher training certificate through Inner Power Yoga. Juliet embodies a daily practice of deep gratitude for her many blessings, which include her loved ones, pets and life in Crested Butte.
Classes Offered: Yoga Nidra + Gentle Yoga
Julie Hillman (also known as Parvati) is a Certified Amrit Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant, and a Registered Nutrition and Dietetics Technician. She has also completed certificate trainings in yoga therapy (I AM Method of Body Psychology) and Marma Point Therapy, along with being a Reiki Level 1 Practitioner. Julie aims to not only make the asana (posture) classes accessible to all students, but to help students integrate what they learn on their mat into other aspects of life. Julie currently leads virtual classes out of her home in Rhode Island and now in Fruita, Colorado. She is also an avid kayaker, has participated in several charity 5K races, and is in process of publishing her first book on the Yamas and Niyamas. She has been leading yoga classes since 2013 and has been a yoga practitioner for over 20 years.
“Action is movement with intelligence. The world is filled with movement. What the world needs is more conscious movement, more action.” B.K.S. Iyengar
Classes Offered: Slow Flow
Classes Offered: Power Vinyasa
As a Colorado native, Rachel’s passion for yoga started with her love of movement. It has continued to grow through Rachel’s desire to dive deeper into understanding and appreciating all that our bodies do for us. Rachel grew up moving: dancing, running, climbing, biking. Following high school, Rachel spent 7+ formative years learning (Creighton U in Omaha) and serving (the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Peru), which led her to discover yoga as a beautiful union of what our minds, bodies, & hearts are collectively capable of – for ourselves, for others, for this planet. Having moved to Fruita after completing graduate school in Clinical Social Work and Public Health in 2016, Rachel is excited to continue utilizing yoga as a modality for transforming lives and finding balance – through cultivating self-
esteem & confidence, learning to listen to & honor our mind-body connection, and gaining insight into our own worthiness & power.