Spring represents bouncing, start of something new, progress, blossoming of new things, birth, new life and business.
We welcome spring, rejoicing in the longer days after the depth and introspection of winter.
I know it is not spring yet. We are just feeling the new season, where the dormant forces under the frozen ground are called to life again.
Energetically we full the push already, therefore I would like to introduce "Miss Spring" in our class today.
In Chinese Medicine, the Spring organs are THE LIVER and THE GAL-BLADDER.
In class today, we will address THE LIVER.
THE LIVER is the body’s largest organ, it is the body’s laboratory in which nourishment for all the cells is stored and distributed.
The main responsibility of the liver is keeping the free and easy flow of blood, energy and emotions throughout the body, mind and spirit.
Emotions that are associated with an imbalanced LIVER are anger, resentment, frustration, irritability and bitterness.
A physically out-of-wack LIVER can create tight tendons, neck and shoulders.
Poses in Yoga that can harmonize THE LIVER are:
Twists, Forward Bends, Triangle Pose, Pyramid pose, Cobra Pose and Bridge Pose.
We will practice them and experience the benefits.
See you on the mat!
“The mind grows by what it feeds on.” Josiah G. Holland
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