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Spring is here with all of its blossoming beauty. Yoga teaches us to be fully present as we shift seasons. This is especially important in Spring, as all the excitement of longer days and being able to spend more time outside can feel overwhelming at times. That’s why we gathered these energy-balancing yoga practices to help you maintain equilibrium.
Do you need to stretch and move before (or after) at long day or work? Or are you looking for stress relief as you wrap up a school semester? Maybe you simply need to feel more alert and calm. Whatever the season brings, these Spring-inspired yoga asana, meditation, and breathing practices will support you.
Boost Your Energy and Stretch Your Back With This 20-Minute Spring Yoga Sequence
Join Lin and Leo for an Iyengar practice that gets energy flowing through your body. Poses such as Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend) and Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana (Revolved Half Moon Pose) extend and open the spine, helping with back pain and energy levels. The balancing actions boost equilibrium and concentration. The twists in this sequence will refresh the body and stimulate the immune system—which can be very helpful with the arrival of Spring and rising temperatures.
Feel Revitalized With a Well-Rounded Spring Flow
Try this hour-long class by Five Parks Yoga that includes strength building, core work, deep stretches, balancing poses, and more. “Let this yoga class guide you into a re-set, as you explore different aspects of your physical yoga practice,” says teacher Erin Sampson.
Get Unstuck With a Yin Practice
Tamika Caston-Miller offers this soothing Yin Yoga practice to help you shake off any lingering doldrums from the winter.
Ease Yourself Through Any Test
Feeling testy? Thats no wonder, as spring also means final exams for many students. Try this powerful 5-minute meditation with Juanita Borges to calm exam anxiety and get centered.
Soothe Stress and Cleanse Your Lungs With This Enlivening Breath
Follow along with this 3-minute practice that balances your energy with a simple breathing technique.