Jasmin is a certified Hatha Yoga instructor with qualifications from Isha Yoga's Residential Teacher Training in India and Yoga & Inner Peace Sivananda Center in Florida. Her expertise extends to Yoga Therapy, Yoga Nidra, Chair Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Pool Yoga. In the realm of Ayurveda, she's completed training at notable institutions such as the Ananda Ayurvedic Academy in Illinois, Sai College of Ayurveda in Florida, and Anjali's School of Ayurveda and Panchakarma in Kerala, India. She's also well-versed in Thai Massage through training in Thailand and the US. Moreover, Jasmin holds a CA Massage Certificate from the Somatherapy School of Massage in California.
Jasmin's holistic wellness journey spans over 25 years, rooted in her unwavering passion for Yoga and Traditional/Alternative Healing Practices. Her deep connection with these practices began during her first year of college when she attended her inaugural yoga class. Witnessing the transformative effects on her mental clarity, productivity, and overall well-being, she embarked on a lifelong exploration, blending study and personal experience.
As the visionary founder and director of Pure Healthy Life and Elements Ayurveda, Jasmin is on a mission to impart her extensive knowledge and experiential wisdom in Yoga, Ayurveda, Body, Cleansing, and Detoxification Protocols. Her core belief revolves around the power of an integrative approach to wellness and healing that comprehensively addresses every facet of an individual - body, mind, and spirit. She is committed to empowering individuals to discover and embrace alternative practices scientifically proven to enhance overall health and well-being.
Jasmin's impact is felt not only in one-on-one private consultations but also as a practitioner, coach, educator, trainer, and influential panelist in a wide array of retreats, workshops, and conferences throughout the United States and across the globe. Her expertise in holistic wellness, combined with her extensive international exposure, positions her as a leading authority in the field, bridging the gap between ancient wisdom and contemporary well-being.