Never in modern history has there been such an interest in food, and at the same time, such a lack of confidence in the basic quality of food. In my four decades of teaching, I see the mass confusion around diet and nutrition escalating each year.
Change today for a better tomorrow.
If you want to change your future health you need to change your present health to one that enlivens you daily.
My work is based on teaching the principles of Living with the Seasons – The Five Transformations of Energy as known in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Macrobiotics. Springtime is known as the Wood Element and corresponding organs are the liver and gallbladder. Longer days, rising temperatures, daffodils, and new buds on the trees and bushes is an indication that spring has arrived. It is a time of new growth and seeing nature’s energy rising. Spring is the ideal time to cleanse, not only your closets but also your body.
Tips for Spring Cleansing
Alleviate stress by exercising regularly and making time to take enough rest and relaxation. Outside power walking is a great way to give your metabolism a boost and help remove any winter pounds you have gathered around the middle. Try focusing your yoga practice on stretching the liver and gallbladder meridians.