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Jane Kasemsarn on the depths of purpose and the meaning of life

Besides being a beautiful young woman, Jane Kasemsarn is also a businesswoman and model looking to explore the depths of purpose and the meaning of life. 

Embark on a journey into the enigmatic world of fashion and modelling, where the spotlight shines on the captivating Jane Kasemsarn, a model known for her radiant tan skin and chic allure. While the industry often keeps its mysteries close, LSA unveils the layers of Jane’s persona as she graces the cover of our May 2024 digital issue.

Amidst this month’s cover, OMEGA’s women’s watches from the SEAMASTER, DE VILLE, and CONSTELLATION series also take centre stage, mirroring the intricate balance of Jane’s multifaceted personality. As she navigates the realms of holistic wellness and soulful exploration, we delve deep into Jane’s narrative, uncovering the challenges she has conquered on her quest for authenticity and purpose. And in the words of Jane herself, “We will never find ourselves if we don’t keep experimenting.”

Jane Kasemsarn on the depths of purpose and the meaning of life

Could you please give us a life update?

I work from home for my family’s company, but I am now looking for my own career path. Last year, I faced some mental health issues, and I decided to get into the wellness industry. I am currently taking an online course to become a certified Nutrition Health Coach. I enjoy learning about health and fitness, and I regularly go to the gym or do yoga. However, I discovered Pilates last year, and I fell in love with it. Therefore, this year I plan to take a course to become a certified Pilates Instructor.

Tell us about how you got into wellness.

During a stressful time in my life, I experienced mental health issues that eventually affected my physical well-being, causing hair loss. This was a shock to me, as I had never experienced it before. I realised I needed to take this matter seriously and decided to enrol in an online program offered by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in New York, which lasted for one year. I wanted to learn how to take care of myself during difficult times. 

While studying at IIN, I learned about the various dimensions of health, including emotional health, controlling emotions, and dealing with different types of trauma. I also learned how to take care of mental wounds caused by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Additionally, I found that spiritual health is essential, as it is intertwined with one’s overall well-being.

In the future, I aspire to own a wellness centre or studio. However, for now, I will focus on becoming a Pilates teacher and encourage people to exercise regularly. I may even create an online Mat Pilates course and eventually expand to Free Reformer Pilates.

If you had to describe what you did to people, what would that be? 

Right now, I don’t have a clear occupation, but I would say soon a Holistic Pilates Instructor. 

Within the past few years, has your mindset changed? 

I believe that if we don’t try new things, we will never truly know ourselves or discover our true calling. For years, I struggled with questions like ‘Who am I?’ and ‘What do I want to do?’ When I was working in an office, I felt like my life had no meaning and couldn’t see my future. To find the real meaning of life, I think it’s important to keep exploring new things and discover what we enjoy.

Since this month’s concept is “Balance of Being,” finding the common ground in differences, in what aspects of your life do you think you are masculine and another feminine?

My feminine side is my energy. I tend to be calm and nurturing, and I enjoy spending time with my boyfriend. On the other hand, my masculine side is more prominent when I’m working out. I have a lot of energy and enjoy lifting weights and engaging in other physical activities.

If you were to style this OMEGA watch, but in both a feminine and masculine look, how would you pair this outfit?

If you are looking for a masculine look, I would suggest wearing a suit or a blazer with trousers. For a feminine look, a floral dress could be a good option. In the past, I used to wear a lot of florals, but nowadays, I tend to wear more earth tones such as white or satin dresses.

Lastly, tell us about you in 10 years. 

I believe that in 10 years, I will have a family with possibly two kids and a home abroad. As I mentioned before, my boyfriend and I plan to create a wellness sanctuary. By then, I hope to have a better understanding of my purpose in life, so that I can wake up every day with a clear sense of direction.

Jane Kasemsarn on the depths of purpose and the meaning of life

Drinking is best during the day, especially when at brunch. If she's not working, catch her at the gym or socializing with friends. An introvert extrovert at heart. She's a Capricorn.

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