Trained and certified teacher of Kundalini Yoga (member of KRITA), Hatha Yoga, and Yin Yoga (registered with Yoga Alliance - RYT-500E)
Trained and certified Yoga Nidra Meditation Facilitator and Trainer (Amrit Yoga Institute)
Teacher of Yoga50Plus,the yoga for every body
Tai Chi for Health Leader certified
Therapeutic Qigong Leader certified
Board Certified Hypnotist with NBPES (National Board of Professional and Ethical Standards),
- a member of NGH (National Guild of Hypnotists), and
- a member of IACT (International Association of Counselors and Therapists)

I have been a practitioner of meditation for decades, though I did not always call it meditation.

In the 1980s, I suffered from severe depression (due to stress from work, stress in my social life and a general feeling of loss of control). Luckily, I had a very good Primary Care Physician. Once he realized I was having very unhealthy thoughts, he put me on medication (for the short term) and sent me to Bio-Feedback training. The next few weeks changed my life. Bio-Feedback is just a scientific name for a monitored type of meditation. It taught me how to relax, how to manage stress better, how to clear my thoughts, and gave the control of my life back to me. I was able to go off the medications. I still (and always will) practice this form of meditation.

What I did not realize at the time.. is that this was my introduction to observing and moving the energy of my body. This meditation practice gave me physical calm in the short term, while helping to rewire my brain to relax my mind and body in the long term. Dealing with stress takes more that just physical relaxation. It takes mental change, too.

Along my path, I have found other tools that help: Kundalini yoga, meditation (mindfulness, Yoga Nidra), moving meditation (Tai Chi and Qigong), breath work, and self-hypnosis.

After giving up on gym Yoga in my 20s when my fragile young ego would not accept being the only male in classes of extremely flexible young women, I did not return to yoga until my 50s when a friendship with an accomplished mature yogi opened doors for me into a wide world of yoga. That relationship started a path in Kundalini Yoga that changed my life. Experience in yoga asanas/postures has led me to all ther limbs of yoga, where I learned that the postures were only a small part of yoga (and by far not the most important nor most beneficial). This knowledge has allowed me to grow in many unexpected ways.

Six years later, a reformed gym rat, I am a dedicated yogi, a Yoga Teacher, a dedicated meditator, a Yoga Nidra Facilitator, a Tai CHi teacher, and a much healthier person.

With a focus on relaxation, healthy breathing, rejuvenating body stretches, weight management awareness, and how to achieve stress reduction, I create classes and workshops for "the Rest of Us," individuals who mistakenly think yoga is too demanding, too difficult, beyond their capabilities, not for them...... Individuals who say "I am not flexible enough, I am too old, I have physical limits, I am overweight, etc"

I invite you to join me on my journey. Together, let’s deal better with stress and grow in a vital life.

Sat Nam, Namiste,

My current classes serve people over 50, people who prefer a chair to a mat, people with dementia, people with Parkinson's disease, people who want to change their body size, and people who want a positive change in life.
If you fit into any of these groups, check out the SCHDEDLE at VitalLifeYoga.com or email me at Ty@VitalLifeYoga.com


Jai is a lifelong student, always seeking and evolving.

She began her personal growth path with the
Kundalini Research Institute a decade ago,
diving deep into kundalini yoga teachings,
self-awareness, neuroscience, and transformational work.

After being diagnosed with emphysema
and fighting a crippling addiction to cigarettes,
she found herself drawn to the deep breathing techniques
from the Kundalini Yoga tradition and healed her addiction
while taking Teacher Training with Deva Kaur
at Yoga Source, Coral Springs, FL.

She continued to learn, teach and practice
these techniques that healed her lungs.

She went on to finish all Level 2 and Level 3 Trainings
with KRI and is currently entering the
Aquarian Trainer Academy to become a KRI Lead Trainer.

Jai is also a Licensed Massage Therapist and she offers many
healing services at Sat Nam Wellness.

Her specialty is a combination of massage,
energy healing, cranial sacral, numerology
and love to help her community heal from past wounds
that get stored in the physical and energetic bodies.

Jai is also an energy artist and she does energy
readings and healings through abstract paintings.

She is currently engaged in growing
the conscious community in the Orlando area
as well as growing awareness to her nonprofit
program (Generation Meditation) teaching yoga
to underserved Haitian children living in sugar
labor camps called bateys in the Dominican Republic.

Jai playing the gong

To learn more, visit www.generationmeditation.org

You can reach Jai anytime on Facebook or by text via 407 227 2721

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If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.

-- Henry David Thoreau