Glasgow Theosophical Society
Jenny has been a lover of yoga since age 9. In her asana class, she teaches the energetic flow of Dru Yoga and the specific skeletal alignment of Scaravelli Yoga, although her primary focus is on teaching yogic meditation.
'Yoga is my life. I breathe, think and feel that divine union in everything that I do. I'm deeply grateful to my guru, Paramahansa Yogananda, for lifting my consciousness beyond the physical illusion'. Jenny
Jenny had kundalini awakening as a child and has been traveling the road less traveled in meditation since the age of 14. She has dedicated her life to fostering others' spirituality and has a depth of wisdom and understanding that is palpable to all who meet her. She has the capacity to transform the lives of all her students.
Jenny mainly focuses on teaching Yogic Meditation. She runs 4 development classes in Glasgow and Kilmarnock for those who have completed her intensive meditation courses, which is also offered as a distance option. Her 2nd book on Yogic Meditation, 'Divine Meditations: 26 Spiritual Qualities of the Bhagavad Gita' is due January 2019 in Mantra Books but is available directly from the author in April 2018. She runs workshops, retreats and training courses on request.
Growing up with her mother as a healer, Jenny naturally followed, training with the NFSH in 1989 and United Spiritual Healers in 2014. She latterly trained in Spiritual Response Therapy and in Advanced Sound Healing, through which, she can shift entrenched blocks to her clients' healing process.
Jenny Light is an author and inspirational speaker on recovery from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (M.E.). She became ill with the condition in 2010 and left a career in teaching, but she blesses the condition for helping her discover herself.