Yogini Jaima's mission is to bring the complete practices of the Yogi path to people around the world, who want to live a more elevated and purposeful existence

Her first journey to India brought her to Arsha Yoga Vidya Peetnam Trust Institute in Coimbatore where she studied Ayurveda under the guidance of Sri Vasudevan from the thousand year old Nataraj Lineage of Sri Namboothiripad. After earning her certification in this ancient Vedic knowledge system, Yogini Jaima continued her studies in Yogic practices with Yogi Charu, an inducted disciple of the Saraswati lineage, one of the ten classical monk orders in India founded by Adi Sankaracharya in the 8th century. Under his direct guidance she was initiated into the Saraswati lineage of teachers, with certifications in Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation, and Kriya.

One of Yogini Jaima's focuses is to work with women and children, helping to educate and share the teachings of this path. For this reason she also works with the youth of the Cambodian Children’s Fund.

Yogini Jaima shares her time living between the 1200 year old Sankaracharya Mookambika Temple within the forest of Kollur India, and traveling with her husband Yogi Cameron teaching together around the world.