"In my point of view, dance is a universal body language which goes beyond all borders. We all have a body language in ourselves, which can be influenced by our origins or our cultures. To me, dance expresses the notion of sharing and exchanging of value, which allows us to communicate all around the world.

I like to teach dance, because it is also a way for me to learn again and again. Teaching helps me understand more the social interactions and communication in life by observing my students everyday. Hence, I like to create a safe space where my students can express themselves freely with their body. Just the fact to see joy and enthusiasm in my students eyes can make my day! Finally I think it is important to start learning a variety of dance style at a young age, because it allows them to find a better harmony within their body, and also to learn to think differently when they work with different choreographers and artists."

Since 2009 Juliette has been sharing her skills by teaching contemporary and modern ballet dance ranging from beginner to professional levels in international schools in Europe and Switzerland. She has been part of a variety of pedagogical projects such as artistic actions Lyon’s National Conservatory (FR), performing arts projects at Rosenheim International School (DE), a creation project with Hoche high school in Paris (FR), and also at the Dream Summer International where she coached pre-professional students selected from all over Sweden .

Juliette trains both pre-professional and amateur dancers, and adapts her classes according to the level and the wishes of the students. She offers her classes in French, English, German and Spanish.

Juliette’s contemporary class aims to search for movement qualities and musicality. She puts her emphasis on choreography. She warms up through a combination of stretches integrated with breathing and technical exercises to prepare the body to find its coordination, strength and balance. The goal is to strengthen the deep muscles, which in turn helps us improve our technique. The warm up guides the body to find its consciousness in order to move through the space and across the floor. Dynamic choreography follows, on a variety of musical style in order to find new colors, highlight the expression, challenge the body and to go beyond its limits. At the end she likes to give an improvisation time where the students can research and create their own dance movements.

Juliette’s modern ballet class is a combination of ballet-based technique and modern dance elements, which provides the lines and the discipline of ballet, and the flow and creativity of modern dance simultaneously. She starts her class with modern barre inspired by the Iwanson technique, introducing breath, spiral, release and weight, in order to build the body’s musculature. In the space, she works on different choreography, using lines, mixing turn out and parallel, and playing with different nuances of energy.