Vata Flow: A Yang/Yin Practice for Easing Seasonal Transition

This is one of my favorite practices of the year and I’m switching things up a bit this time to include some yin yoga as well as our beloved mindful, slow flow.

After the pace of summer, the turn toward fall can be a welcome one. It invites us to slow down and to prepare ourselves for a more introspective season. The transition, however, can be a challenge for many of us and the result of this difficulty can show up as an imbalance or upset in the body/mind. In the practice and science of Ayurveda, the doshas (or mind/body types) have a relation to the cycles of the natural world. The dosha of Vata is connected to the season of Fall and its qualities are of air, movement, and change.

This combination of slow, Vinyasa flow along with some Yin yoga poses will be about grounding and balancing the energy of the Vata dosha, aiding us in moving from one season to the next with ease and vitality of both body and mind. You can expect to move, but also to slow down and pay attention moment by moment. Come reconnect to yourself, your yoga practice and your commitment to self-care.

Online pre-registration is required to join in for this two hour, blissful re-set.