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Posted on 5 October, 2020
It’s so easy to put off the things we know are good for us, our yoga and meditation practice, calling the people we love, or even committing to something we know will transform our lives. Don’t live a life of regret, do it now! 
Posted on 28 September, 2020
Jane shares a small miracle and invites us to consider mastering our mind through Meditation during lockdown. What else would you do at this time? 
Posted on 14 September, 2020
Jane shares her tips to keep your meditation practice going no matter how challenging the times! 
Posted on 20 July, 2020
Discover the greatness of this part of the field of consciousness - the part of you that knows how to move in any direction, to direct your awareness towards new and wonderful ideas, the part of you that knows how to allow the mind to become quiet. And in the midst of true Stillness, you may even hear the sound of the Infinite, the 'unstruck sound', the great Anahata.

 
Posted on 11 May, 2020
Join Jane Clapham to learn how to manage anxiety and stress in confusing times.

 
Posted on 1 April, 2020
Bring balance and harmony into Your life with this beautiful and empowering meditation. Short and sweet but one of my favourite practices to do outside. 
Posted on 17 March, 2020
Meditations to balance the lower chakras and bring intuition to deal with any crisis.

 
Posted on 22 May, 2019
So many yoga enthusiasts tell me about their challenges in doing a regular meditation or yoga practice. Despite our best intentions, many of us find that life can get in the way, or we get distracted, and our practice is the first thing to suffer. As an example, here’s a typical morning in my house... My alarm goes off. It’s nice and early and I have great intentions of having a refreshing spiritual morning of yoga, meditation and a healthy Ayurvedic breakfast before walking mindfully to work. Fast forward 90 minutes, and I’m rushing to leave the house, a bit flustered and barely having time for a quick shower and bite of breakfast. What got in the way? Well, a few WhatsApp messages, some essential Facebook posting and a bit of cleaning… and my meditation has faded into the dust of time... more
Posted on 18 November, 2018
For many years we have explored the multitude of the physical benefits of yoga, and of course, the very calming effects of meditation. But maybe you, like me, have also heard whispers of ‘energy’ in your yoga class... Or perhaps you’ve felt something that was a little beyond the realm of the ‘normal’ and physical? Now, we’re all familiar with energy – it is everywhere around us, from the light bulbs in the ceiling through to our phone battery. And we even have many, many, ways of generating it, from nuclear fusion through to wind and waves. But – that energy is not what we mean when we talk about prana. In a nutshell prana (an ancient sanskrit term) refers to our vital life-force or energy. Pranayama is said to be the way for us to tap into that energy and enhance it for a better quality... more
Posted on 11 May, 2018
I always experience an upsurge of joy when I see signs of spring, especially after a harsh winter. I’ve been asking myself how to actively increase that feeling of happiness even when life is challenging or when it’s raining. According to recent research, meditation seems to be an answer, as it seems to be the only activity which resets the brain’s happiness set point. As a meditation teacher trainer and psychology graduate, my ears always prick up when I hear that we can change our minds in relatively simple ways. According to neuroscientists, we all have a natural set point for happiness, based on our genes and conditioning. Although we may feel temporary joy or sadness from a change of circumstances, we will keep returning to our baseline happiness level or set point. This is the... more

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