Bernie Clark - Master Yin Yoga Teacher
Bernie Clark has been teaching yin yoga and meditation since 1998. He has a bachelor’s degree in Science from the University of Waterloo.
Bernie combines his intense interest in yoga with an understanding of the scientific approach to investigating the nature of things. His ongoing studies have taken him deeply inside mythology, comparative religions and psychology. These avenues of exploration have clarified his understanding of the ancient Eastern practices of yoga and meditation.
His teaching, workshops and books have helped many students broaden their knowledge of health, life and the source of true joy.
Yin Yoga is simple, but simple does not mean easy
Bernie’s yoga practice encompasses the complex yang styles, such as Ashtanga and Power Yoga, and the softer, yin styles, as exemplified in Yin Yoga.
His meditation experience goes back to the early 80s when he first began to explore Zen meditation practice. During those days, while he struggled with the conflict between practice and theory, Bernie also worked as a member of the executive team of one of Canada’s oldest and largest Hi-Technology companies.
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“We all have our stories, our dreams and our deep inner landscapes from which our actions and reactions to life arise.” - Bernie Clark
Bernie Clark Yoga Teacher Training
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