Jazmine is a proud Indigenous Wiradjuri woman, yoga teacher, kirtan wallah, a devotee of life, and the liminal, and student of Trika Shaivism.
She has always been a Mumukṣutva at heart, longing for liberation. Navigating the intricate musings of life from an early age led her to Yoga in her teens. It felt like a homecoming, an incredible map toward discovering her authentic self ~ the deepest promise of Yoga.
Yoga and its philosophies have become part of the fabric of her life. Her approach to Yoga honours the need for individual self-agency to lead a more mindful and purposeful life.
Movement, mantra, meditation, and philosophy practices to return to wholeness
Sessions are for those seeking individual support, guidance or teacher mentoring
Workshops & Retreats
In-person and online workshops, courses, and retreats
Words of testimony
“Jaz, is a wonderfully warm facilitator and guide, her passion for Tantra yoga is inspiring. I love being in her classes because she creates a safe space where I can develop a deeper relationship with myself, others and the natural world, which helps me live purposefully in the modern world. I use the practices I’ve learnt with Jaz in my everyday life to go back to that sense of calm within and bring more awareness to my daily feelings, thoughts and interactions. I am so grateful to have met such a grounding teacher.” ~ Georgia
“Jazzy is a gifted, approachable, loving and initiative teacher who facilitates the embodying of wisdom and discussion without judgment. Ancient practices come alive through the co-created space. The sensitive offering of life-enriching and connecting practices is a priceless gift to all who engage. I am Eternally grateful for the many conversations and experiences inspired by Jazzy’s teaching, which call me to remember Home, Self, and community. The inspiring breadth of training and rich lineage channelled through Jazzy seems well beyond her years. Jaz’s presence allows access to sinking with wonder into the beauty and gritty depth of all life.” ~ Zoe
Latest Blog Posts
The East gate of Śiva Nataraja temple 🔱 I am entranced by the sounds of the mantras echoing through the outer and inner sanctums, delighting in the scents of ghee, sandalwood, and incense as they waft through the air. I am in wonderment of the scurrying devotees in...
Last night a group of teachers was asked by @christinagagnier_embodiednomad what our intentions are for teaching this year. Amid a foggy brain of a long day, a word surfaced .. INTIMACY. Not intimacy in the sense of sexual interactions, but rather the...
The Goddess is not just some far distant concept inside mythological texts or carved into the walls of temples in India. She is closer than you think. We are not separate from the Divine thread, but rather you are the Goddess Herself manifested in form out of Her...