Jamie is Southern California Native and loves sunshine and warm weather. She is passionate about teaching the principles of Yoga and how we can incorporate that practice into our life. Jamie took her first Yoga class when she was 17 years old while in college to help with anxiety, and it had a positive impact on her life forever.
When Jamie was 22 years old, she went through her first Yoga teacher training and has continued to teach full-time. Since that first teacher training in 2006, Jamie has continued to explore her passion for Yoga by taking multiple Yoga teacher trainings, leading Yoga teacher trainings through Mukti Yoga School, and leading international Yoga retreats. Some areas that Jamie specializes in are: Vinyasa Flow, Advanced Asana, Yoga for Athletes, Pre/Post Natal Yoga, Yoga For Therapy, Kids Yoga, Yoga Biomechanics, Kriya Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga For Trauma, Guided Meditation and Yin/Restorative Yoga. Some teachers Jamie has studied under are: Julie Rader, Annie Carpenter, Maty Ezraty, Chuck Miller, and Jules Mitchell.
Jamie’s Yoga classes are strong, fun, insightful and alignment based. Jamie’s passion for anatomy and the science of Yoga have contributed to the way she teaches. In addition, Jamie always incorporates an inspirational element in her classes that can help the student utilize the practice off of their mat and into the world.
Jamie’s newest hobby is fostering kittens, cats, puppies and dogs. She believes that Yoga’s intention is to help us expand our awareness globally so that we can be of service to all beings and this planet. Jamie believes that tiny steps can have major impacts, and that all the gifts that we receive should also be given back to this world.
Jamie Horgan's Latest Classes
5 minutes doesn’t sound like much, but you will definitely feel this quick ab sequence. This set of abdominal exercises will focus on the rectus abdominus (8 pack) and the Transversus abdominus (corset muscle) in the abdominal cavity. There are 3 exercises and 3 rounds of each exercise. The most effective method to gaining strength in your core is to do this sequence 3-4 times a week
We don’t often think about the importance of strengthening our back, but it’s just as important as strengthening our front, especially for the health of our spine. Deep, free breathing and all movements depend on a healthy spine. Yoga aims to promote the correct curvature of the spine, and this requires a play between both strength and flexibility. Here, we'll focus on building the strength of the muscles surrounding the spine through backbends. This quick back strengthening sequence will help to strengthen the entire back. There are 3 exercises and 3 rounds of each.
This quick lower abs workout is great for a pre or post run, weight training, Yoga or any other workout you do. There are 3 exercises and there are 3 rounds of each exercise.