Jamie Lynn Worster
“Life is a balance of holding on and letting go.“ – Rumi
Hi, I'm Jamie. I am a wife, mama, enthusiastic adventurer and lover of Nature.
I help people become more radiant by making simple shifts in their daily routine or dinacharya in Sankrit. When I learned dinacharaya, the Ayurvedic daily routine, I began to experience radically improved energy, digestion, rest and clarity.
I’m here to humbly and vulnerably share my life experience and support you in yours. I make the teachings available and applicable in the modern world. I certainly don’t ever ask you to do something I’m not doing myself. I believe life is a experience and it’s a process of rebellion, realignment and remembering.
Since 2009 I’ve been a leader in my community, guiding and supporting others through yoga classes, trainings, online courses, mentoring and workshops.
I’m here to do three things; guide, inspire and support. I share how conscious daily habits have helped me shift into a more intentional, radiant and easeful relationship to life and practice them right alongside you. Honest and nurturing, I create safe, supportive and healing communities that activate deep change. My approach is super practical and down to earth.
If you like credentials, I am a Certified Yoga Health Coach (2016), Certified Yoga Teacher completing two Yoga Alliance teacher trainings (Yogaworks 2009 + Ashaya Yoga 2012), Certified Yin Yoga (Summers School of Yin Yoga 2016), Certified Prenatal Yoga (Janice Clarfield 2009 + Khalsa Way 2011) I have thousands of hours of teacher training, immersions, workshops and retreats with phenomenal and inspiring teachers. In 2017, I became a Certification Coach at Yogahealer.com. In 2018, I began intensive studies with Catherine Stewart of Blue Throat Yoga on the practice and theory of meditation and embraced a daily meditation practice that changed my life and continues to.
I live and play near the ocean and mountains in Maine with my husband and son. My favorite place to BE is floating in the salty goodness of the ocean, including dips in the frosty winter months in Maine.