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Autumn is a time of introspection, a time when we draw our energy in and let go of things that do not serve us.
To help with this we need to bring our lung and large intestine meridians into balance. The lung meridian starts in the large intestine, goes up through the diaphragm, branches into each lung, joins again before going into the neck and down the front of the arm and branches at wrist to the thumb and index finger. When the lung meridian is brought into balance we regain our vitality which can be depleted in autumn.
The large intestine meridian starts at the index finger, runs up the back of the arm into the neck and branches above and below the mouth. When the large intestine meridian is brought into balance we absorb nutrients more easily.
The practice below will help balance the lung and large intestine meridians so that you can enjoy the autumn season.
Happy autumn & Thank you,
by Janet Barnes
Janet is certified to practice Hatha Yoga by the British School of Yoga and is further qualified in pre and post-natal yoga as well as children’s yoga. In the past she led yoga classes, but now offers free yoga videos on her blog flexiladies.blogspot.co.uk