Local teacher - Nigel Kahn
Nigel Kahn trained as a TM teacher in 1974, and has been writing about and teaching Transcendental Meditation ever since. In 1990 he and his wife Dorry taught TM in Armenia for nine months on the invitation of the government, in order to reduce stress in the population after a devastating earthquake. Nigel and Dorry have also taught TM in Buckinghamshire and in South Africa. Nigel studied modern languages and social anthropology at Cambridge University, and plays the piano in his spare time.
Local teacher - Paul Kember
Paul and Judith can be contacted on 01394 421163. Paul has a BSc in Engineering, a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Ergonomics. Before qualifying as a teacher of Transcendental Meditation he was in charge of the Ergonomics laboratory at Cranfield University doing teaching, research and consultancy in ergonomics. It was there, whilst working on occupational stress that he came across Transcendental Meditation. The published research on Transcendental Meditation was so impressive that he decided to learn. He experienced the profound benefits and decided to become a full-time teacher of Transcendental Meditation.
Local teacher - Judith Kember
"I have been drawn to two professions that give joy to people. The first was as a violin teacher in Bedfordshire. When I learnt Transcendental Meditation I found the benefits were so profound on my life that I realised that Transcendental Meditation would be very rewarding to teach. Unlike playing the violin, anyone can learn Transcendental Meditation and find joy and fulfilment in life."
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