Welcome to the Start of Spring (Lì Chūn 立春), which begins on February 4 in the warmer parts of the world.
This season of Spring is governed by upward energy of expansion, the Wood Element in Chinese philosophy. The organ pair in focus for Spring is Liver and Gall Bladder and it is an influential time to work on supporting this energy and physical organs. The attitude related to the Liver and Gall Bladder is anger and bitterness. A time when dandelion grow to provide that bitter taste to provoke a balance within.
“Start of Spring” is one of the 24 Solar Terms used by the Chinese. It was a calendar which previously informed agricultural practices and today still informs many people’s diet and lifestyle.
It remains a cultural practice to eat with the season which is believed to support and strengthen our constitution, especially with changing weather. Growing awareness of Chinese medicine outside of China gives us access to different ways to balance and nourish ourselves. I invite you to explore these ideas and observe how you respond.
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Diana is curious about how we can move through the world with greater ease. She offers mindful movement practices and listening touch therapies and hosts song circles. These include yin and yang yoga based on the five elements, womb yoga, active meditations, Tension Release Exercise, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and Cranio-sacral Therapy.