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Be Hummingbird

Helping people feel better through yoga.

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Be Hummingbird is a venture inspired by the word “yoga”, which means to yoke, unite or bring together. Led by Jamie Coffey, the team is dedicated to providing opportunities for connection – connecting body and breath, connecting mind and spirit, and connecting human beings with one another.

Through private instruction, workshops, events and retreats, our passion is creating environments and experiences that offer possibilities for discovery and change. We are here to enjoy this journey of living, and we invite you to join us.

The question we asked ourselves: If not now, then when?



Jamie Coffey’s yoga is truly inspired by the word itself, as she allows the breath to guide the body in a meditative and mindful way. Further, her mission is to reconnect people with their truest nature and bliss through the practice, and to connect human beings with one another in amazing places around the globe.  Bringing decades of experience to the mat, Jamie’s integrated technique infuses humor and spirituality with alignment and flow in a unique and light-hearted way.  Steeped in the lineages of Hatha and Vinyasa, she simply strives to instill compassion for all as we share this human experience as spiritual beings – or what she calls “making space for grace”.

Jamie credits her amazing teacher, J. Brown, and her training at Abhyasa Yoga Center for providing the foundation for her strong and playful practice. Further, she is grateful to her dedicated students, both in NYC and at Rosemary Court Yoga in Sarasota, Florida, where she has been teaching for the past eight years.

Off the mat, Jamie has enjoyed a decade-long career in the non-profit and higher education sectors, working with premier organizations and institutions such as Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, New York Botanical Garden, Barnard College/Columbia University, Ringling College of Art and Design, and Ice Dance International. She received her M.A. from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and her B.A. from Rollins College.



Private Yoga Instruction

Jamie’s favorite way to teach is one-to-one, as it provides the opportunity to design a practice specifically tailored to the needs of the student. 

Private sessions are open to any and all levels—whether you are interested in discovering what it’s like to be on the yoga mat for the very first time, or if you are looking to deepen aspects of your dedicated practice through meditation, philosophy, alignment or personal intentions. 

Sessions for couples or small groups are also available, and all can be held on the beach or at Rosemary Court Yoga. Please click below to schedule or email me with any questions.




Inspired by yogic connection, much of the Be Hummingbird mission is to gather people together in interesting and beautiful places all over the world in order to explore new cultures and meet new people, while also sharing a daily meditation and yoga practice, recreating in nature, eating great food, enjoying body treatments, and having fun!

Our experiences and adventures help connect people with others—but, even more so, they allow people the chance to reconnect with themselves. Time to remember who they are and what makes them the remarkable being they are. 

For information regarding upcoming retreats, please click below.

Jamie’s classes are magical, passionate, filled with spirit and love, and the sweetness of her special song.
— K. Krohn


A 90 minute session with Jamie is like experiencing the 18 chapters of the Bhagavad Gita. She will exercise your mind, body and your soul. Don’t miss out on spending time in the presence of this Guru. Immerse yourself in her instruction—you’ll become a better person!
— P. Lopez
Jamie was one of my first yoga teachers almost a decade ago, and through her gentle, easeful guidance, I began to understand the importance of breath and alignment on the mat—and in life. I’ve taken what I’ve learned from Jamie, a rightous combination of laughter and wisdom, on my yoga journey and into each of my practices today.
— A. Orgera