Master Teacher. Global Speaker.
Fifteen years ago, Yogini Jaima journeyed to India on a path to healing. Studying with some of the greatest living masters of Yoga and Ayurveda dramatically changed her life – and her destiny.
Yogini Jaima began her professional life as an actress when she was very young, eventually establishing a career on stage, film, and as a respected theatrical producer. During this time, she endured long-term health issues that challenged her ability to function. After several frustrating years unsuccessfully seeking healing through western medicine, she turned to Ayurveda. She had heard that it focused on treating the root cause of the disease – not just the symptoms. On a leap of faith, she traveled to India, the birthplace of Ayurveda.
Yogini Jaima immersed herself in Ayurvedic study, guided by Sri Vasudevan, a renowned guru of this ancient healing tradition. She also commenced a daily practice of yoga and learned that this discipline went far deeper than just the physical poses. The intensive yoga began activating and shifting the energy in her body. She received additional practices from her teachers week after week until her symptoms vanished. Yogini Jaima experienced an expanded mental clarity, stability and peace for the first time. Surprised by how quickly yoga had brought her to this healing place, she recognized that these practices had finally provided her relief, transformation and newfound awareness. Yogini Jaima had discovered her life’s purpose – the study of Ayurveda and yoga.
She embarked on a deeper education in yoga with another great master, Yogi Charu, culminating in taking her vows as a teacher when he initiated her into the Saraswati lineage. She continued her immersive study in the higher practices of Tantra, Kundalini, Kriya, and Raja Yoga with her Guru Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati, who initiated her into the Sivananda Lineage.
Yogini Jaima began dividing her time between India and the U.S., where she reconnected with Yogi Cameron whom she had met when first exploring Ayurveda. Now they were on the same path and recognized a deeper connection that brought their purposes and lives together. In India, they became devotees of the 1200-year-old Shankaracharya Mookambika Temple in Kollur, where they were inducted into the Brahma Vivaha teaching order. The priests recognized the couple as authentic yogis and bestowed the extraordinarily high honor of inviting them to become the first westerners married in the Mookambika Temple. The day of the wedding, surrounded by Indian press, the newlyweds understood what a monumental moment it was.
Yogini Jaima travels the world now, sharing her generous knowledge of Yoga and Ayurveda with seekers everywhere. People of many different cultures and backgrounds are drawn to study with Yogini because of her masterful ability to translate the complexities of the classic teachings into modern, accessible language.
Yogini Jaima is dedicated to empowering women through these studies and she continues to be sought after as a master teacher and healer who personalizes yoga and Ayurveda to each practitioner’s needs. She brings her passion for yogic teachings and dedication to uplifting humanity to even more people through InspireLiving.co, the portal she co-founded with Yogi Cameron – a platform for them to share these transformational practices through teaching videos and other content to a worldwide audience.
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