As winter gives way to spring, the days are becoming longer and nights shorter. Around us, we see evidence flourishing, as plants and trees leaf out and blossom, birds nests become filled with hatchlings. Spring is in the air, and yet we may feel some dissonance between our own sense of weariness and the energy and new life we’re observing in the natural world. If we can pay attention to the way we respond to the changes in light and temperature, we can line up with this season of new growth to enhance our own well-being. In this session, we will explore breathing and movement practices that harmonize with spring, which can help to cultivate growth that we long for in our own lives.