There’s something incredibly reassuring about the first signs of spring, it feels hopeful and exciting. In many cultures, spring is celebrated as the beginning of the life cycle and it brings with it a sense of renewal. We’re able to rise early with the sun; spring flowers and warm sunshine tease our senses.
It’s a good time to reflect, make adjustments to your routine and set intentions for the season ahead. Take some time to connect to your environment and to the natural rhythms and cycles that influence us.
As the seasons change and the days grow longer and lighter, we naturally have more energy and we can welcome a period of growth, development and transformation.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine there are five seasons: Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn and Winter. Each season supports, nourishes and prepares the body for the next season, creating a constant cycle of wellbeing. In line with this, we’ll be offering five seasonal retreats per year and sharing simple self-care techniques to help you integrate wellbeing into your everyday life.
You can read more about Traditional Chinese Medicine here.