Jane Saraswati Clapham

Dru Yoga & Meditation teacher trainer

Jane Saraswati Clapham

Dru Yoga & Meditation teacher trainer

Jane is one of Dru's senior Meditation and Spirituality teacher trainers, and is manager of the Dru Yoga Centre, Snowdonia Mountain Lodge in North Wales.

She has been teaching yoga and meditation for over 25 years and has a background in psychology which she finds invaluable in her work. She is passionate about helping people understand their mind, and become its master, rather than a victim of their emotions.

Jane teaches workplace wellbeing sessions for stress management in Welsh as well as English, and has helped factory workers to relieve back pain and stress. She teaches retreats in the UK, Europe, India and Australia and runs the Dru Meditation teacher training course, Spirituality of Yoga and Sound courses in Snowdonia.

Jane teaches innovative sound workshops and has worked one-to-one with people the world over who have been told they can’t sing. Out of her love for singing and mantra work she has created her own ambient relaxation CDs. And building on her passion for the communication she has also written many articles on yoga, meditation and keeping healthy.

Jane founded Dru’s youth courses and is passionate about teaching teenagers how to manage stress with yoga, rather than drugs and alcohol. She also developed the Dru Kids and Teens course– a postgraduate programme to train yoga teachers to teach children and young people.

Articles, blogs and products

1 February, 2017
Dru Meditation - the Grounding Breath
In today's world we can often feel scattered, not able to find clarity or any certainty in life. There may be nothing particularly traumatic or stressful in our immediate circumstances, but we just feel unsettled and unsure of our... Read more...
1 September, 2016
Dru Meditations for the autumn
Yes, autumn is here again. We so often approach autumn with mixed feelings – it’s a bit like marmite – you either love it or you hate it. On the one hand, it’s the romantic season of ‘mists and mellow fruitfulness’, with beautiful colours... Read more...
1 August, 2015
Dru Yoga - Yoga and walking for health and wellbeing
We happily go out into the open and nature to appease the dogs in our lives (well we do it, even if we're not happy about it), but actually it's also vital for our own full health and wellbeing. Here at Dru, we try to get out and about for... Read more...
8 March, 2017
Dru Yoga tips for life - Accepting the law of change
Embrace flow  One of my favourite principles of life is that change is the only changeless law. One way to accept the outward changes at this time of year is to make our body more flexible. In Dru Yoga, we use side bends to increase our... Read more...

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