The 4 Yoga Poses You Need To Practice Every Day This Fall
Fall is a time to ground down, look inward, and hit the reset button after the craziness of summer. As the weather cools down and the leaves transition to bright hues of yellow and orange, I’ve been craving hearty veggie stews, lovingkindness meditations, and yoga moves that help me slow down and connect with myself in a deeper, more meaningful way.
Just as you honor the temperature drop by pulling on your comfiest sweaters, it’s important to make sure your yoga practice reflects the change in season as well. Here are my four favorite warming yoga poses to help you embrace fall:
1. Easy pose with side body stretching.
Sit in a comfortable cross-legged position with your palms resting on your knees. Root your sitz bones down—let them be heavy. Hug your low belly up and in so your lower back is supported. Relax your shoulders. Lengthen through both sides of your neck so you’re sitting up tall. Once you get set, close your eyes and welcome your attention toward the natural wavelike rhythm of your breath. Feel it flow in and out for one to two minutes.