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Jaimis (she/her) believes in living life to the fullest and practicing radical self-love. She’s a mover and a shaker who loves lying in the shorebreak, laughter, sunsets, talking about things that matter, and dancing in a way that makes her feel free.

She is known for her playful approach to teaching and encouraging students to step outside of their comfort zone, tap in to their strengths, and try things they didn’t believe were possible. Her teachings are steeped in Ayurveda, living in balance, and learning to trust yourself.

At a young age, she found movement as medicine. She ran through the woods, spun around in circles in the grass, wandered the beach searching for seashells, and dove into every body of water she could find. She practiced gymnastics competitively where she was taught discipline and to push her body to extremes, causing her to leave the sport with a debilitating back injury and a misguided idea of perfection at age 12.

She became a poet, a writer and a dreamer; traveling and studying language in depth. Her free spirit drew her to a tiny island in the Caribbean for what was supposed to be six months, but ended up being five years. She spent every day on the water, made cocktails for tourists, hopped from island to island, and stayed up all night dancing on bars, beaches, and in the rain.


She ended up in Austin, Texas where she eventually grew tired of running from herself. Searching for healing, she began practicing and studying yoga. She felt a deep-rooted pull to become a yoga teacher, so she quit her job and moved back to her hometown in Virginia to teach full-time.


Jaimis is a leader in the Charlotte yoga community, a legacy ambassador for lululemon,  the creator of SOLSTICE, co-founder of JamsCity Fund and DropSound, and a facilitator of yoga teacher trainings and international retreats. She has been teaching full-time for over 10 years with 500 hour certifications in Prana Vinyasa with Shiva Rea and Maria Garré and Rocket Yoga. Her current studies are on the intersection of yoga and social justice with Off The Mat Into The World. She draws continued inspiration from her teachers and considers herself a lifelong student. 


Jaimis loves fiercely and believes in speaking truth to power, building community, and supporting students and teachers as they evolve into the best version of themselves. She’ll make you laugh, empower you to practice intuitively, and encourage you to trust your inner teacher. Her goal is to facilitate a space for you to heal, grow, and trust in who you truly are. 

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