Derived from Latin and meaning “equal night,” the equinox occurs twice a year when the sun passes over the equator, giving us nearly equal day and night. This means that there will be approximately 12 daylight hours and 12 hours of darkness.
Also called Ostara or vernal equinox, it’s long been thought of as a time to celebrate the balance of light and dark, and that renewal, rebirth, and new beginnings are upon us.
Here are 3 simple ways you can celebrate the Spring Equinox 😍 🌺 🌸 🌼 🌻
💥 Wake Up at Dawn.
Spring is associated with dawn and new beginnings. Plan to wake up and watch the sunrise.
We suggest brewing a cup of your favorite herbal tea light a candle, cozy up in your favorite spot,
and toast the rising sun as it ushers in this new season.
💥 Connect With Nature.
Grab a special someone—or go solo if that serves you better—and head outside to look for the signs of Spring.
Go for a walk in the park, take a hike, pack a picnic, or throw down a Mexican blanket for a meditation session
or to do some cloud watching. Breathe in the Spring air and set an intention to enjoy this glorious day.
💥 Greet the equinox with a morning yoga.
Practice that helps you find your own balance and alignment with this nature cycle.
As you flow through a series of poses, your muscles will loosen as you energize your body.
Set-up a yoga mat in a sunny corner of your home and relax.