30-Minute Autumn Vata Yoga Class

30-Minute Autumn Vata Yoga Class

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According to  Ayurveda, fall-time is the quintessential time of change. It’s typically a hard time of year for most people. Having a solid personal yoga practice is integral in maintaining balance throughout the season. This yoga class is perfect for creating a feeling of grounding and to balance the Vata qualities of Autumn.

 

In the fall we transition from the hot, fiery summer to a more windy season. That wind tends to stoke the fire that was created during the summer. This typically leads to feelings of upheaval, anxiety, and scatteredness. 

 

This means our daily habits need to change to more grounding practices to help combat the lighter nature of the season. We eat more grounding foods and return to a regular routine.

 

Our yoga practice changes too! We slow down our movements and focus on more grounding elements of yoga to help root down our energy so we have a stable base to grow from. 

 

For more clarity on Ayurveda and particularly how to adjust for your habits and lifestyle in the Fall Season, check out our recent blog post, about Ayurveda in the Autumn.

 

Enjoy this class that I created to help decrease the seasonal feelings of scatteredness and overwhelm! Let me know what you think!

 

 

Alamosa CO Yoga

 

 

 

Alamosa CO Yoga

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1 thought on “30-Minute Autumn Vata Yoga Class”

  • This is awesome. You are so right, I feel so scattered this time of year, lots going on outside and in, and it seems like I will never get it in order. But then I wonder, what then? What if I DO get it in order? Well, I won’t know what to do with myself, because truth is, this is my life! It’s messy, and stressful and overwhelming at times, but I do a fairly good job of riding the wave….(or wind). Yoga does help me feel grounded and it feels so good in the moment and also feeling my body become stronger and more stable the more I keep on. Thanks, Becca, for what you do.

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