VIDEO: Spring Practice

Posted by on Apr 5, 2013

A Spring Practice

Don’t you just love spring! The sleepy earth is bursting into life, leaves are appearing on trees and lambs are in the fields. It is also the time of year when our liver and gall bladder are most active. Our spring practice will therefore focus on balancing the liver and gall bladder meridians. If these meridians become imbalanced the result can be anger, frustration, and an inability to adapt to change. The gall bladder meridian runs down the side of the neck, side of the body, the outer leg and top of the foot. The liver meridian runs up the lower leg and inner thigh before entering at the groin and continuing to the liver. Our practice to balance these meridians for spring therefore focuses on poses that stretch the inner and outer thighs, side body stretches and twists. Enjoy! Janet

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


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