It was born to honor and accompany your path of personal development towards health and well-being, taking as the main tool the ancient teachings of Hatha Yôga and adapting them to the current needs of the Human Being.
In our yôga classes we propose a fluid and conscious practice, open to all people, which is complemented by the anatomical study of the body and also the observation of the mental and emotional processes that arise throughout life. The fundamental premise is respect for the learning pace of each student.
With this objective, we bring the yôga to all those spaces that are seeking to optimize their performance and quality of life. We want to inspire calm, confidence and power, and that these feelings last after your class .
Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu
"May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life, contribute in some way to the happiness and freedom of all"
My name is Jennifer Jackson, I am 38 years old and I am a Hatha Yoga teacher. Before dedicating myself entirely to teaching this ancient practice, I worked in various media, as I am also a journalist. I could say that I was the architect of my own needs, because at that time I lived “on the run”, with a lot of work and stress. But, one day, I arrived without looking for him at a Vaisnava temple in Buenos Aires. From that moment I fell in love with the philosophy of yoga, as well as the practice and the new world that opened up for me. Years later I did the Hatha Yoga Instruction at the Ananda Yoga Center and later the Yoga Kai Teacher Training, complementing them with various workshops on anatomy, mythology, nutrition, asana adjustments and Indian philosophy.
In these years I also became a mother to Uma and Vera, which made me reflect a lot about the process of pregnancy, childbirth and parenting. That is why I decided to specialize in yoga and pregnancy and, in this way, accompany women in the wonderful process of pregnancy. I am also a Doula and I teach Shantala workshops (Ayurvedic children's massage) to spread an ancestral way of connection with our babies that, in addition, has innumerable benefits.
Why do I practice yoga? Because when I practice I feel aligned with the Universe, I feel joy, lightness and calm. It is my "therapy" for the body, but also for the mind; a way of analyzing myself in an intimate and honest contact that I enjoy a lot.
Why do I teach? Because I am convinced of the benefits that this discipline brings in all areas of life. Because I love to make available to others the tools that allowed me to have a better quality of life.
What inspires me? The perfection of nature, music, my students, traveling the world and observing how the yogic teachings are applied to any circumstance of life to bring clarity and serenity.