Yoga / Embodied Portrait Sessions
Your body is part of the greater ecology of Place. Not separate, you are part of Wholeness itself.
When we are in deep communion with ourselves, present in our bodies and our environment, we know who we are.
We breathe, and we fill our own skin. When we come into deeply felt prayer of Place, in movement, in yoga, in simple repose, our Spirit knows itself.
And we are Home.
Imagine capturing that moment in a potent image of embodiment. One you could have on your wall, or your altar.
A touchstone, a reminder of your magnificence and your beauty. Imagine how that would hold you.
Glen and I are offering Portrait Sessions to image your body and spirit in the landscape.
You will be guided in sensing and listening to yourself and the surroundings.
Whilst each location is different, you will be invited to connect with, as felt experience, the particular landscape and its elements,
finding that voice within your own body; water, sand, rock, tree, among others.
Inhabiting that echo in your own tissues and Being.
The location can be a place that is special to you, or, we can offer suggestions.
Together, we will listen, and hear your vision for yourself, in creating images that speak to your body-land connection with deep resonance.
What you receive when you Book your Session
We will be together, on location, for two hours.
During that time, I will facilitate and guide you in finding your deep communion of body-land.
Glen will make the images.
You will receive minimum six, and up to ten, high resolution JPEG files, beautifully edited digital images, sent via a Dropbox link.
We are currently based in Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
We’re here until late November.
We’re only scheduling a few Sessions.
Contact me for further information and to schedule your Session.
We can't wait to co-create with you!
About the Photographer
Glen has been a dedicated Fine Art photographer for over 40 years. The first 30 years were spent with view cameras, sheet film, and long hours in the darkroom.
All of this film experience continues to inform his daily practice of photography, most of which today is done with the camera in his iPhone.
Portraiture and the Still Life have been the predominate focus of his work from the very beginning. His love of these two themes continue to this day.
You can see more of Glen’s work on his Photography Website, L. Zongpo Studios