Yogini Jaima's mission is to bring the complete practices of the Yogic path to women around the world, who want to live a more elevated and purposeful existence.
Certified in Ayurveda under the direct guidance of Sri Vasudevan from the thousand year old Nataraj Lineage of Sri Namboothiripad Yogini Jaima continued her studies of Yoga with Yogi Charu, an inducted disciple of the Saraswati lineage, one of the ten classical monk orders in India founded by Adi Shankaracharya in the 8th century.
Under his direct guidance she was initiated into the Saraswati Lineage of teachers with certifications in Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, and Meditation. She further went on to Diksha with her Guru Swami Satyasangananda Saraswati of the Sivananda Lineage becoming initiated into the higher practices of Tantra, Kundalini, Kriya, and Raja Yoga.
Currently Yogini Jaima shares her time living between the 1200 year old Shankaracharya Mookambika Temple within the forest of Kollur India, and traveling with her husband Yogi Cameron teaching together around the world.
A journey of self-discovery and self development where through physical, mental and spiritual practice you learn to cultivate your highest potential. You will become an empowered, enlightened woman who creates the life she wants for herself and has the ability to share her wisdom with others to improve their lives and uplift society as a whole.
In the program you will have the choice to complete the training as a personal practice, or go deeper and become certified as a teacher.
Each one of us comes from the same divine source. Through unity, service, and compassion we can tap into our own potential and in doing so we can take actions that help others to alleviate their suffering.
In working with the Cambodian Children’s Fund, I aim to encourage others to engage in acts of compassion and service whenever possible.
Committed to the idea that each child—regardless of the circumstances of their birth—has a voice capable of elevating the world around them, the Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF) works to provide life-changing education, nourishment, and healing to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia's most destitute communities.
The program will be released very soon. We'll notify you as soon as possible.