Even if we do not realise it we are connected to nature and the seasons. The turtles, rays, sharks whales, sea birds and wildflowers are all connected like the people in our communities. The spring is a time of renewal and growth for us.

In the five elements connections of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the element in Spring is wood, the colour is green and in the lifecycle it is about birth. Also, as we move into Spring with Yoga Chi Gung, the meridians for focus are the liver and gallbladder. The meridians run on the inside and outside of the legs so the practice is designed to stretch those areas to help the flow of chi or energy. By using postures and flows like twisting snake,  lever pose and more this will help your body, mind and spirit refresh and revitalise.
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