Ah, spring. A time where we see the natural world softly step out of hibernation, habits changes, animals are born, plants regenerate and reflection takes place. In traditional Chinese Medicine, spring time is associated with the Liver and energetically speaking associated with the flow of energy physically in the body and emotionally too. This is a transition period moving away from Yin energy to a season full of Yang energy . . . from cold to warmth, dark to light, inwards to outwards.
As we move out of the slower paced, cooler period winter brings and into this beautiful transition season we can support our bodies through the way we eat, move and live through a holistic approach that focuses on seasonal living.