Can you feel the change in the air or sense the shift in light?
Much like the way we eat seasonally, nature is also signaling us to transition into new rituals and self-care that align with the fall months.
Ancient Principles for Fall Self-Care
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, fall is the season to organize, protect boundaries, and set limits — it is also governed by the lungs and asks us to use our breath to focus inwards. In Ayurveda, fall is also ruled by the element of air (vata) and a time for great creativity if we’re mentally clear and not anxious or scattered.
To help you seize the seasons, we’ve rounded up three rituals that align with nature and are also just extra cozy.
3 Fall Rituals
There are baths and then there are medicinal baths. Created to help with bloating, digestion, and inflammation, this bath can help you detox your summer of fun with saffron’s anti-inflammatory properties, mineral-rich sea salts, and baking soda.
Fall is for staying mentally focused but not anxious. If you’ve been looking to take a break from caffeine, the change in season may be the nudge you need. Swap your cup of joe for our Warm Feelings™ saffron latte to keep your daily ritual and still get a mood boost without the jitters.
Turn down the noise of your mental chatter by breathing from your abdomen. Pelvic steaming practices connect our second chakra of creativity with our fifth chakra of truth allowing us to identify our intuition’s messages and speak them into reality.
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