About Bobby Clennell

I have been practicing and teaching Iyengar Yoga for 35 years. I also draw. I was an animator for 20 of those years. I am about to resume work on my re-work of Props and Ailments, a yoga notebook.

12 Responses to “About Bobby Clennell”

  1. Jackie Says:

    Do you have any other restorative claslses other than Friday night at the Institute?
    Jackie

    • bobbyclennell Says:

      Hi Jackie,
      At the Institute, the last class of every month is a restorative class. So choose a class that is appropriate for your level (I teach a general women’s class, level II and level III), and come at the end of the month. Hope to see you soon!

  2. Brenda LaMont Says:

    I love your illustrations in your props’ books.

    I am looking forward to meeting you and learning how to draw in San Francisco soon!
    I look forward to reading your blog and following your yoga travels and contributions.

  3. Ryan Says:

    I really really want to buy a copy of props and ailments and cannot find it anywhere!!! Any advice for a down and out (haha) yogin?

    LOVE,
    Ry

    ps, I love the videos on Youtube that you did.

  4. Pamela Hunter Says:

    I am very interested in reading your book Props and Ailments. Where can I find one.

    • bobbyclennell Says:

      Hi Pamela, I took Props and Ailments out of circulation several years ago. I have made a start on re-writing (and re-illustrating)it, but I think it will be two years before I publish the new version. Stay posted!

  5. Natalia Stratu Says:

    Thank you, Bobby, for the wonderful workshop in Sweden, Gothenburg! I hope you will come back soon! You are an inspiration and truly great teacher with so much warmth and wisdom! I hope your finger is healed by now! Many hugs from Natalia

  6. David A Kong Says:

    This is a message for Bobby clennell
    I am interested to know where you are base and whether China has any yoga association

  7. Pragya Devi Says:

    I’d like to know when will be your next station in China? You can have a thought of Shanghai maybe? 🙂

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