autumn yoga

The Art of Forest Bathing

Elizabeth Wellington by Elizabeth Wellington | November 3rd, 2015 | No Comments
topic: Green Living, Health & Wellness | tags: autumn, autumn yoga, back-to-nature, John Muir, nature, shinrin-yoku

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” – John Muir

Fall as a Time of Renewal

Elizabeth Wellington by Elizabeth Wellington | October 27th, 2015 | No Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, balance | tags: autumn, autumn yoga, back to school, fall, fall colors, fall leaves, fall yoga, posture, renewal, season, Yoga

For most of us, fall means getting back to the day-to-day: we come home from vacation, the kids go back to school and work projects pick up. Carefree summer flip-flops and warm breezes are replaced with leather boots and crisp air. Autumn is a natural new year, and the turning of the season brings a promise of abundance.

Autumn Transitions

Michelle Finerty by Michelle Finerty | September 30th, 2015 | No Comments
topic: Conscious Living News, Health & Wellness, Yoga | tags: autumn, autumn yoga, ayurveda, digital yoga, doshas, fall, fall colors, fall yoga, home, home practice, pitta dosha, Yoga, yoga DVDs, yoga-practice, yoga-therapy

Autumn is approaching here in the Northern Hemisphere. The mornings are getting cooler and the air is crisp. The changing of the seasons is a good time to honor the changes taking place within you.  As you transition from the heat and relaxed mindset of the summer to the cooler days of autumn, it’s a good time to tune in and determine what you want to change in your life and how your yoga practice can aid in your growth.

A Yoga Journey for Autumn

Michelle Finerty by Michelle Finerty | November 1st, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Fitness, Personal Growth, Yoga | tags: acceptance, autumn yoga, balance, change, fall yoga, impermanence, in Meditations from the Mat, love, personal development, Personal Growth, Rolf Gates, seasons, self help, self-love, the present moment, yoga-practice

fall yogaAutumn has arrived, and with it, I always feel the need to turn within to find balance between the lightness I felt during the warm summer days and the sudden desire to stay cozy and warm inside, as the temperatures cool outside.

Watching leaves float to the ground is a reminder that our lives are a mirror of nature’s cycles and that everything is in a state of impermanence. Autumn is a time for letting go and releasing things that no longer serve us.