How are you?
No GENUINELY - How have you been holding up lately ... We had a bumpy start to the year. Releasing what does not serve us individually or collectively is often harder than we would like to admit - it is usually accompanied with facing truths about others and self which can be hard to come to terms with because we are human and that is what we tend to do. However, layers have been shed and room has been made for new breath to fill the unfilled spaces and gaps and we are determined to keep holding space for those who are searching for that place where they can comfortably just come ‘be’. The new space is quiet, peaceful and perfect for you to do just that - simply breathe, move and ‘be’ for an hour each day. May 2023 bring us all a little closer to self and others as we connect with one another with mindful intention this year. Intentional Connection with self and others. What is it that you would like to explore within this year ?
With February being the month of love we offer each subscribing member the opportunity to bring their partner along for any sessions joined throughout the month of February at no cost !
Doors opening on V-day (14 Feb) so it’s the perfect opportunity to connect with another Intentionally 🖤
MEANING & SYMBOLISM
ENSO YOGA STUDIO
When the practice of Yoga starts, the practice of Self begins. We know that navigating life is rarely easy. We provide our tribe with a safe space. A space to declutter the mind, strengthen the body and most importantly connect with the inner self. Meeting each individual where they are, whether beginner or experienced. We do so with absolute compassion and understanding. Yoga helps us better navigate our life. Makes us breathe a little bit easier when things get tough.
The word ensō refers to a hand brushed circle that has been created using one single brushstroke and in one single breath with no possibility of modification. Just as with the ensō, there is a beginning to life and an end (from the brush touching the parchment & then finally leaving the paper), but the beginning and end continue in an ensō. Thereby also symbolizing the complete circle of life.
The opening in the ensō represents the imperfection that is an essential and inherent aspect of existence. It may be open or closed. The opening perhaps showing us the beauty that lies even within the incomplete or, if you will, not so perfect moments within life.
Just as with our yoga practice, finding these little moments of perfection within the imperfection that is life takes practice, dedication, and determination.
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