I am excited to be sharing biotensegrity with a whole new group of yogis at the Northwest Yoga Conference in Seattle, WA in January. I’ll be taking in several workshops and teaching on Sunday morning and would love to see
Register now for this online course with the brilliant yogi, biotensegrity pioneer and author Joanne Avison. Joanne weaves together spirit, movement, science and yoga like no other. This course presents the geometry of rounded, biological forms and how we self-assemble
Long chilly winter nights bring time for stillness, reflection and dreaming. What insights have you realized? what inspirations call you?
My musings on 2018…
Yin time, going in time – for months and months and months. Chrysalis a forced retreat from life’s responsibilities – caterpillar soup inside a silk cocoon.
Vijnana Yoga Immersion with Chris Clancy May 5-9, 2018 Round House Farm, Victoria Postponed until next year. The Heart of Yoga Immersion helps you build a yoga practice that will nurture and inspire you through all stages of life. One
I am meeting more and more people who are as excited about biotensegrity as I am. People who are thrilled to discover that there is an alternative to the mechanistic view of the body as a machine. People who have
Do you remember the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears? Papa bear’s porridge is too hot and his bed too hard. Mama bear’s porridge is too cold and her bed too soft. Baby bear’s porridge and his bed are just right, so that is what she chooses to stay with. When take this childhood story into our yoga practice we are reminded to explore different options, listen within and choose that just right action that helps us feel great in our bodies.
This past year has been transformative for me. Middle age hit full force and brought the challenges of sciatica, hot flashes, joint instability and the drive to address life long habitual patterns. I experienced the joy and pride of seeing my students becoming certified Vijnana Yoga Teachers upon graduating from three years of training. I cried tears of heart ache as a friendship turned challenging. I asked questions when once I would be silent. I let myself feel anger, an emotion long repressed in order to feel safe.
I turned 50 this January. It feels like a significant time in my life. A time of growth and change not unlike the teenage years…
I am like a proud parent, humbled and awed as I stand beside Vijnana Yoga founder Orit Sen Gupta, assistant Trudy Austin and these 10 wonderful wise folks as they complete their three year Vijnana Yoga Training.
Hello World! This is it, my first official blog and on the new Chris Clancy website. I’ve been resisting this for years, and now it is time to stretch my boundaries. I am so excited about bringing together biotensegrity and Vijnana Yoga that I needed to find a way to share beyond the yoga studio walls.