Minimalism is a movement that has gained a lot of traction over the past decade, but its roots can be found in ancient yoga teachings. Through the Eight Limbs of Yoga, we are introduced to the Yamas and Niyamas. Barhmacharya (self-control or non-excess) means living in moderation and refraining from overindulgence. Aparagraha (non-attachment or non-hoarding) means wanting and keeping only what you need. Santosha (contentment) means being satisfied with what you have and not desiring more. Our goal as yogis should be to live intentionally and find beauty in simplicity. When we clear the physical clutter from our lives, we literally make way for inspiration and good energy to flow. The end result is that you will feel calm, peaceful and unburdened.
Whatever space is stressing you out, together we will identify the essential and eliminate the rest. Once you have removed the excess, I will create a beautiful space with organizing systems in place that will be easy for you to maintain.
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