This Fall Equinox practice will be even more special than our typical 108 sun salutations, because we are adding some Yin to top it off.
This will be one of only 2 days in the year where night and day will be of equal length signifying that the balance between light and darkness is shifting.
There is a natural tendency during this time of transition to reflect upon what part of our own lives might be out of balance and how we can cultivate more balance mentally, emotionally and physically.
Adding some Yin is a wonderful way to regain some centering and embrace the changing seasons. Autumn is a time for letting go. To surrender. To release. To exhale.
This Fall Equinox helps bring us into alignment with nature. It assists in letting go of habitual negative thought patterns and opens us to new potential.
Remember, as always, to gently and respectfully find your edge, remain still when you are there and always, always…breathe!