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Certified yoga instructor Mary sees the same crisp alignment in a clean room that she does in a well-executed tree pose. Her philosophy links the two practices—neatness and yoga—by relating them to the idea of letting go of one's inefficiencies. She believes that purging the body and mind of disorganized energy can also help people clear their homes of clutter.
Mary's appointments typically begin with an asana yoga routine. After they've identified and rejected stagnant energies within themselves, she and her clients set to work tidying the area in question, whether it's a large living room, a small closet, or the kitchen pantry that houses your bronzed broom collection. At the end of the session, she conducts a visualization meditation exercise to further encourage the streamlining process. Mary applies similar methods when helping clients move or manage their time.