the world is a magical place. i have explored both its surface, walking across the himalayas and diving under the oceans, as well as the inner space of my mind through meditation. but the number of different ways that young minds perceive and try to make sense of the world still makes me smile. there is joy in transforming 'the impossible' into 'the obvious' for a student.
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swimming instructor 8 years
prep school maths, physics, art, sports teacher 18 years (scholarship maths solely 8 years)
maths tutor 42 years
ceramics teacher 37 years
yoga/pranayama teacher occasionally
Years of training in mind/body systems and an ability to teach the tools for developing awareness, concentration, creativity and recall aid me in helping my students transform themselves. my first question to you would be "what do you see in front of you?" i need to access your way of seeing and thinking in order to help.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|king's college london||1970||Bachelors||2:2 BSc pure maths|
|king's college london||1971||Masters||MSc mathematical logic|