Sweet Summertime: Adapting to Live in Harmony with the Summer Season (Grisma)
By Melina Meza • June 12th, 2012 • 4321 Views
• Enjoy rose, sandalwood, jasmine, or lavender essential oils to relax the senses.
• Wear light-colored (white, blue, and green) clothing that is loose-fitting and made from cotton, linen, or silk so air can circulate between your clothes and your skin.
• Spend time in Nature, swim, retreat, and enjoy the moonlight.
Melina Meza, BS Nutrition, 500-RYT has been exploring the art and science of yoga and nutrition for over 18 years. She combines her knowledge of Hatha Yoga, Ayurveda, whole foods nutrition, and healthy lifestyle promotion into a unique style called Seasonal Vinyasa. Her devotion to yoga and eating well, to teaching and nutritional counseling, and to traveling and experiencing different cultures combine to create a colorful and enlightening perspective from which to share that which she loves about yoga in its entirety. Meza is the author of the Art of Sequencing books and Yoga for the Seasons – Fall Vinyasa DVD. www.melinameza.com
What is Seasonal Vinyasa - Yoga for the Seasons?
Seasonal Vinyasa describes an artistic style of sequencing asana and seasonal daily rituals. The main inspiration for Seasonal Vinyasa comes from the Hatha Yoga and Ayurveda traditions, two complementary sciences that promote health in body, mind, and spirit. While inspiring the self-knowledge to adjust day-to-day choices and align with what is occurring outside in nature, Seasonal Vinyasa emphasizes the teachings of the yogis—that there is no separation between humans and nature.
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