Hello! My name is Henry Langton. I began meditating in 2013 as part of a university course called ‘Great Contemplative Traditions of Asia’. Four years later, I graduated from Brown University with a degree in Contemplative Studies, having spent those years studying ancient contemplative traditions, such as Buddhism and Daoism, and the modern day research into the mechanisms and outcomes of contemplative practices in neuroscience and psychology courses.
(((To learn more about the Contemplative Studies programme, click here. To see a list of the courses I took, click here. To see a collation of some of the syllabi from my courses, click here. To read my final ‘Capstone’ paper, click here.)))
On returning to England, I spent some time figuring out how best to apply my new degree. I settled on teaching, and so took a course to get qualified with the British School of Meditation. Click here to find out what to expect from my classes.
In June 2018, I qualified as a UKCC England Hockey Sessional Coach and am currently working at Ipswich Seven Hockey Club and Comet Hockey. I offer sports specific meditation sessions and hockey coaching. Please check here for more details.
Meditation isn’t just for monks. It can have tangible benefits for people from any walk of life.
Meditation is a safe and clinically-tested technique for dealing with multiple physical and mental health issues. However, there are rare cases of contraindication with certain mental health conditions. If you have ever been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bipolar, epilepsy, paranoia, or schizophrenia, you will need to see your GP or mental health practitioner before attending a class.
Henry Langton is a Registered Meditation Teacher with the British School of Meditation. BSoM accreditation policy and other information can be found here.
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