Malcolm H Clark
Malcolm is the founder and director of Melbourne Yoga and Meditation Centre. He has been studying, practising and teaching Yoga, Meditation and associated disciplines, almost full time, since 1984.
As a youngster Malcolm excelled ain Track & Field Athletics and Australian Football. He represented New South Wales in Teal cup AFL, and accomplished many record-breaking performances in Track and Field. From early school days an interest was cultivated in Yogaʼs physical disciplines. By the end of University Malcolm had begun studying and applying Yoga and Meditation philosophy. He then searched to find a true teacher, bypassing many physical culture trainers and yoga cult figures, finally ending up in the UK, with Khen Ratcliffe. It was here through Khen that Malcolm was introduced to Eugene Halliday, considered by many to be the greatest teacher of Yoga and Meditation’s deeper teachings in Europe. Eugene Halliday sparked Malcolm’s interest in Yoga and Meditation as a developmental practice leading into the higher Spiritual disciplines.
Malcolm has 30 years of studying the works of many world teachers including Ram Dass(aka Richard Alpert) to help compliment the teachings of Eugene Halliday. He also spent several years practicing Hatha and Raja Yoga with the humble yet highly accomplished Acharya Upendra Roy of Sydney. Malcolm is acknowledged for founding a spiritually developmental yoga style named Field Yoga derived in large part from his studies and meditations with Khen Ratcliffe and particularly the teachings of Eugene Halliday.