What does EN. stand for?
“EN” is an English prefix for “en-“, to enable one or many into another state, such as enrich, envision, enliven, engage, empower, enjoy! Also, en (えん、縁) in Japanese, is a word to describe a connection of people, place and series of events that is meant to be connected.
Because, to me attic is somewhere that is cozy and comfortable, but it also has an infinite potential for an adventure that is beyond your imagination. I feel that a yoga studio is very similar to an attic as I believe you embark on a journey every time you have a practice on a mat and that journey carries on off the mat too.
I've never done yoga, where do I begin?
We offer a beginner's class on Saturday 8am called "Intro to Yoga". If you feel comfortable, you can start by coming to slow flow yoga classes to begin with. At EN. Yoga, we believe that yoga is for everyone to enjoy and the point of practicing is not whether you can touch your toes or not. It's about making friends with your own body and learning your own edge. For our schedule details, visit https://www.enyoga.com.au/schedule/
Where can I park?
On Francis St, parking is free before 8:00 am and after 6:00 pm Monday - Saturday and before 12pm and after 6:00pm on Sundays. For more information, visit here. Read the signs carefully – the time limits will be up to 2 hours, depending on location. There is also City of Perth Parking (State Library) right next to us, for more information, visit here.
The best part is that we are only 5 min walk away from the Perth Central Station.
I can't find the entrance.
Look for the silver door on Francis Street, just off William Street. If you follow the map to 242 William Street, you'll be guided to a delightful shop called "Ruck Rover General Store" https://shop.ruckrover.com.au/. Turn that corner to right on Francis Street, in 5-7 steps, you'll find a silver door, next to an internet gaming cafe.
What do I need to bring?
We have everything you need to practice yoga in the attic. Mats, props, filtered water, the whole lot. You only need to bring yourself and cash or credit card for payment.
Your favourite activewear! Or any gear that is loose and stretchy enough so you can move around comfortably. Really up to you. I have a student who comes in her work gear and practices in her work gear. If that works for you, hey, why not?