Jamie Coughlin

About The Teacher


Exploration and excitement are two words that come to mind for Jamie Coughlin when she thinks of adventure. Exploration. This native Houstonian’s travel adventures began in her late 20’s when she explored Zion National Park in Utah. This is where Jamie got her first sense of excitement while traveling. Having never seen or experienced the beauty and magnitude of such a place like Zion, her life changed. She was immediately hooked on adventuring and seeing the sights of the world. Today, Jamie has hiked 10 US National Parks, repelled canyons, zip lined through the cloud forests in Costa Rica, paraglided off the French Alps, and much more. Visiting US National Parks continue to be one of her favorite places to adventure as it’s a place to ground down and reset by immersing herself in the magical, untouched gems of the United States. Fun fact: she continues to visit Zion National Park annually — it’s that magnificent! Excitement. There is a sense of excitement for Jamie when she’s traveling and stepping out of her comfort zone: the anticipation of boarding a plane, the excitement of exploring new sights, the wonderment of embracing new culture, the enjoyment of eating new food, the amazement of different languages, and the connection between people. Not only does she learn about the world through these opportunities, she learns more about herself. It’s through her travels where she is able to take risks, challenge herself, let go of expectations and see what she is fully capable of. Adventure is an essential part of Jamie’s life. She loves taking in the sights, breathing in the smells, and absorbing the colors of every single place she visits. From canyoneering in Utah to hiking glaciers in France, she makes sure to fulfill each adventure with exploration and excitement. When Jamie is adventuring at home, she’s practicing and teaching yoga at BIG Power Yoga, spending time with family, friends, her three cats, eating Vietnamese food, and drinking red wine. Jamie Coughlin is an E-RYT 200 yoga teacher and has completed Baptiste Level One, Art of Assisting and Yin training. She’s currently enrolled in BIG Power Yoga’s 300-hour training to attain her 500 RYT.

Source: livealiveadventures.secure.retreat.guru

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