Create balance in self, health & home
Yoto is the art of connecting to creative energy.
Yoto Studio is a space of learning through practice, to create balance in self, health, and home. Yoto practices support mobility, agility, strength, personal expression, clarity, a sense of wholeness.
Yoto Movement Sessions
A method of building strength and growing flexibility through functional movement. Yoto moves through postures with easy-to-follow choreography, to create balance from the inside, out. Relaxation for integration follows each session. Sessions are offered in three areas of focus:
Foundation: Form. Foundation sessions focus on developing an individual practice of forms to move through.
Build: Flow. Building sessions are intensive practices which develop upon foundation movements.
Instinct: Refinement. Instinctive sessions facilitate experienced practitioners to refine their practice.
The Yoto Studio Story
Yoto Studio began growing as a response to a call for embracing an orientation with life- to live as art. A way embracing and appreciating the dynamic spectrum of human experience and expression. Yoto, as the art of connecting to creative energy, deepens sensitivity and grows attentiveness to relationships of felt exchange.
Rachel Wolfe founded Yoto Studio through a lifelong learning of movement, art, and philosophies based on intuition and nature. Yoto began by sharing practices with her family and friends in 2003, which led to guiding clients and small groups in 2012. Sean Fermoyle of Simple Type Studio designed the logo, illustrating the dynamic nature of Yoto. The website launched its beta version in 2015. Yoto Studio began offering products and services internationally during 2016.
Yoto works from an innate desire to create, versus an orientation of getting or exchange. The difference in the Yoto orientation creates a sense of continuity and flow, wholeness, and balance.
Yoto Studio is currently a mobile studio with practices and workshops available worldwide. Yoto Studio plans to open a center for learning, practice, and appreciation in 2020.
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