Jahaira’s Yoga Studio
A Private Home Yoga Studio run by Marine Corps Combat Veteran Jahaira Farias. Her Mission: To provide a safe and supportive atmosphere and to guide others to take steps to healing, through yoga.
Vision: To prevent isolation, provide coping mechanisms for depression, anxiety, stress and PTSD.
Jahaira Farias is a United States Marine Corps combat veteran, who was diagnosed with PTSD, Major Depressive Disorder and other mental health and physical injuries from her time in service and injuries sustained in various vehicle and motorcycle accidents post-military. After sustaining life threatening injuries in a motorcycle accident in 2014, she has found healing through yoga.
Jahaira’s background with yoga began in 2014 when she started practicing as a student. In 2019 she began her journey as a certified yoga instructor.. Currently Jahaira teaches form, focusing on breath, alignment, and self-inquiry yoga for adults, kids and people with injuries or disabilities and athletes as well . Jahaira worked 2019-2020 teaching in Title One schools for kids, in Las Vegas, NV and has taught yoga for Military Veterans, Athletes and First Responders at Power Yoga and Pilates Studio & at Lone Mountain Park.
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What People Say About Jahaira
She’s the best yoga teacher in town! She will help you in anyway to get a good stretch and will help you get the proper form down no matter what. In meditation she always finds a way to relax me and I feel like a whole different person leaving the yoga studio.
Best yoga instructor I’ve ever had. Jahaira’s able to work around all of my injuries and help me with my anxiety getting me into meditative peaceful state. The experience in her studio is incredible, there’s nothing like it.
Jahaira was clear, concise, compassionate! She walked us through what to expect with the session as well as how to proceed. My particular session was one she had with a lot of injuries & ailments. No one had a flare up! She offered enough modifications and adjustments we all felt included and felt the “stretch”!