I’m at my best when… I’ve just finished a Bikram yoga session.
I’ve done yoga for 15 years. It works for me and makes me feel peaceful.
Those closest to me would describe me as… sweet, funny, vulnerable
One thing about my past I don’t admit easily is… I had a perm
in the ’80s and thought it looked great. I’m cringing writing this. It
really wasn’t a good look!
The three things I’d want on a desert island are… a hut with
running water to stay sheltered, a brilliant novel like The World According
To Garp by John Irving – it’s surreal but real at the same time – and some
pans to cook with.
One thing I’d like to do before I die is… go back to India and
learn more about yoga, life and love. I spent a month there recently. It’s
the most amazing, alive and spiritual country I’ve visited.
If I advertised myself on a dating site, it would read… “Sensitive,
strong, northern woman seeks adventure, romance and perfection.”
The thing I like least about myself is… the fact I bite my nails.
I’ve done it since childhood. It’s an ugly habit.
My fantasy dinner date would be… Owen Wilson, because he makes me
laugh. I like his hair and there seems to be more to him than meets the eye.
The thing I value most is… random acts of kindness. They make the
world a much nicer place to live in.
My biggest regret is… leaving school at 16 and moving to London at 18
to start modelling. I was really young in a very adult world. I wish I’d
gone to university and grown into the world, instead of charging into it. If
I wasn’t a telly presenter I’d be a yoga instructor living in the
countryside, with a centre for healing and yoga.
Draw a picture that best represents you: (right)
Answer the following…
My friends would describe me as bold
and adventurous… Always
I’m often overcome by strong
I draw great inspiration from art and
I find fantasy and fiction more stimulating
than hard facts… Often
I enjoy making people feel
‘PEACEFUL JAYNE HIDES SECRET SELF-DOUBT’
SAYS: “Jayne is an open-minded individual who is eager to test and stretch
herself. She uses her compassionate nature to help others and encourage
their growth through altruistic endeavours. However, she prefers situations
where she is in control and will avoid any that involve too much risk. Jayne
tries to come across as an easy-going person but is more anxious and
self-doubting than she lets on. However, she has learned to channel this
negative energy in productive ways through her work and yoga. Jayne’s
picture shows her love of nature, as well as a desire to be centred and in
control. The tree represents her will to live life to the full and her
desire for self-improvement. The peaks reflect her aspirations for personal
growth, while the bird, flower and sunshine show optimism. The flowing,
non-geometric lines suggest a free-thinking personality.”
James is a specialist in psychometric testing.
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