S A L I YA  is internationally known by loyal clients and students.


S A L I Y A   sets itself apart with its worldwide presence within the Yoga, Wellness and Mediation/Conflict Resolution educational industry.


The Owner: A person who works with people.

S A L I Y A   stems from the vision of one woman and her international reputation:

Colleen Glennis Mc Clure.


Through her innovative intuition, education, experience, skills and business ethics she created S A L I Y A.


With her forward-thinking mindset, curiosity, sound judgement, analytical sense and natural talent she has thrivingly built a creative business within the industry.


By combining high level education with Unique independent travel, not to mention a talent for creative design and historical appreciation, Colleen & S A L I Y A  goes beyond standard Yoga and educational expectation.


What her friends say: She’s INSTINCT.


What her family says:  She BRINGS a sense of humor and a different perspective to the table.


What she says:  “With a huge desire to learn, teach & grow;  there are many layers to me if you choose to know me”.



Why S A L I Y A?


The word “Saliya” is rooted in Dravidian languages meaning “spider”, a symbol of weaving.

The traditional story is that the Saliya people were a caste of weavers, who wove clothes with sacred silk thread for a royal family in India.

Weaving and particularly calico has a rich history.


Mahatma Gandhi, an icon for peace and social change, recognized the importance of self-reliance and being self-sufficient.


He himself learned how to spin thread and weave his own cloth.

The spider as a symbol is steeped in rich legend, seen in various traditions as representing creativity, wisdom keepers, creators and helpers.

A “sutta or “sutra” refers to threads or teachings of knowledge, in both Pali (the ancient language of Theravada Buddhism) and Sanskrit (an ancient language of India).


The threads are the Essence.


Fabrics and blank canvases represent endless possibilities and New Beginnings.

While the final painted canvas or woven fabric is important, the detail of what has gone into this item is fundamental.


And, Because Everyone needs a good Love story right?


Prince Saliya was heir to the throne being the son of King Dutugamunu, the most powerful and legendary king of Sri Lanka.

Saliya fell in love with a beautiful girl named Asokamala, a commoner.

He renounced the throne and all privilege of a royal Life choosing Love, marrying Asokamala.


 Work With Me

Colleen  Glennis Mc Clure 


Contact me via Whatsapp   FB Messenger or  email info@saliyalife.com