Autumn, perhaps more than any other season, reminds us that change is happening all around us. The leaves share their vibrant colors as if to bid a final adieu before floating to the ground to become nourishment for the plants and trees above. Daylight shifts into darkness earlier and a chill greets us in the morning and evening.
As nature begins to slow down her pace, so can we, taking time for more self-care and eating the rich greens and beautiful squashes that nature lovingly provides in these cooler days. It’s time for hearty soups and stews, cups of herbal tea and chai, warm blankets, good books, and, of course, yoga!
Many people find themselves gravitating more toward the Warm and Hot Vinyasa classes as the temperatures outdoors begin to drop. Others find their energy moving in pace with nature and seek a more gentle or restorative class. Now is a wonderful time to begin a meditation practice and with 5 meditation classes here every week, there are multiple options to meet your needs.
Often, nature mimics back to us the lessons we need most. Especially during the changing of the seasons, we can tune into what nature is saying. As the leaves shed their leaves and harness their energy for the colder weather, this may be a time for us to do so as well. In listening to the rhythm that is around us, we may find exactly what we’ve been searching for.