Bogotá, Colombia. 17, 18 and 19th of October, 2014


Two of the themes running through my Workshop at Natural Yoga (yoga para todos en Bogotá): Elements and Koshas, and Breast Care for Everyone:


Here are some simple depictions of the subtle channels known as the nadis through which the life force (prana) circulates. On the left, the ida, pingala and the shushumna are considered the most important. On the right, the entire network of nadis extend way beyond the confines of the physical body. You can see the sun and the moon, which have their counterparts within each embodiment. You can also see the chakras.


Each portion of the sound form “Om” links to an element, a subtle element (experienced by the senses), and a vayu (vital air).


We explored a practice which promoted lymphatic drainage around the arm-pits

and breasts;

strengthened the immune system,

supported liver function,

and promoted ease and freedom in the chest,

upper back and lungs,


and shoulders.

The Botero Museum


Though he only spends one month of the year in Columbia,


Botero considers himself the “most Colombian artist living” due to his insulation from the international trends of the art world.

The Gold Museum


The Bogota Gold Museum contains close to 34,000 gold pieces, plus 20,000 bone, stone, ceramic, and textile articles belonging to 13 Pre-Hispanic societies.

Dealing emeralds on the street


Only $30 a piece we were told!


© 2015 Bobby Clennell.

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