Ayurvedic Resources for Winter...
Winter season can be a little two-faced sometimes: cold, dry, and light in the beginning, often morphing into colder, wet, and heavy by the end. It’s a time of year to stay tuned in to what’s going on in your mind and body and allow your inner wisdom to guide your choices for maintaining balance and bliss.
Qualities of winter…
Early Winter: Cold, light, dry, variable
Late Winter: Cool, heavy, damp, dull
Winter mantra for balance:
Early: Warming, grounding, moisturizing, routine
Late: Energizing, stimulating, drying, expression
What to watch out for:
Anxiety, fear, constipation, aches and pains, insomnia,
mood swings, cold hands and feet, depression, lethargy, water retention