Enter each seasonal transition with gentle curiosity, tenderness, and connection to Self. Enjoy a dynamic seasonal yoga practice to support your body, mind, and spirit.
Based on Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine each season is characterized with weather patterns, energetics, an element, and organs. This can be seen in Great nature through plants, animal behaviors, and cultural traditions.
The energetics of each season are influenced by the balance of yin and yang energies. In the yin seasons of winter and fall, the energy is more inward, introspective, and restorative, while in the yang seasons of spring and summer, the energy is more outward, active, and expansive.
Enter each seasonal transition with gentle curiosity, tenderness, and connection to Self. Enjoy a dynamic seasonal yoga practice to support your body, mind, and spirit. Followed by a guided breathwork healing session to move and release old stagnant energy, move forward with an open heart, clarity, and new intentions for the new season.
By understanding and honoring the energetics of the seasons, we can flow more easily through the transitions and cultivate greater balance and well-being in our lives.
What to expect:
- welcome, introduction, & discussion on the season
- seasonal yoga practice
- breathwork healing
- meditation & usui reiki
- intention setting journaling
- closing energy circle
Sat. Mar. 4, 2023 | 1:00p – 3:00p est – Spring Renewal:
Yang season arrives in Spring. Flowers begin to bloom. Life begins to awaken from the winter hibernation. In Chinese Medicine, the spring season is associated with the Wood element, which is associated with the liver and gallbladder. Learn how to support your overall health through the Spring season.