October Newsletter

Welcome Fall Season!

This time of year is always an exciting one for me. I have been hearing the chatter of fallen leaves rustling around on the ground, I have been watching the beautiful display of changing colors of the trees around me, smelling the fresh and crisp air of autumn, and feeling the grounding affects as a trek through nature.

Autumn has been one of pleasantness for me. I think of the cozy sweaters and all things apple and spice. This season is one of the most beautiful to me and to our humanness. It is a reminder of just how impactful Mother Nature is on our lives.

Autumn brings a time of change. As we all know, change is the only constant. It is a time to connect with our bodies, minds, and spirits. Connect with our surrounding, our environment. Take the time to reflect on where we have been and where we are going. Be present, be alive.

As nature around us is changing, how are we changing too? It seems like this is a time for mystical unknowns. What will we choose to let go of, choose to hold on to? How can we choose to live a more fulfilled life?

Now is a time to think about protection. What do we need to survive? Thinks of the animals preparing for hibernation, what foods are they beginning to collect for winter storage? Our farmers are busy in the fields for the harvest season. People are enjoying the last few days where they can be outdoors and moving before settling in for our own human hibernation rituals.

Hot teas, warm sweaters, our favorite knitted scarf and hat. We start to protect our bodies and find comfort in the coziness of snug and quaint spaces in our homes. We feel safe and sound.

Our autumnal equinox brings us balance. Day and night are the same length. How does this resonate with our own longing for balance in our life? How do we find our peace, harmony, and solitude with the change of lightness and darkness?

Here are a few things you may choose to do to celebrate this autumn season:

  1. Make a gratitude list and connect with it daily
  2. Create balance at home by decluttering
  3. Find time to do arts and crafts
  4. Start something new, something you have always daydreamed about
  5. Visit our local farmers market or orchard
  6. Eat seasonal foods
  7. Decorate your home with fall colors and crafts
  8. Meditate and practice yoga
  9. Build a fire and watch it dance
  10. Create a bedtime routine
  11. Be one with nature; go outside and connect
  12. Let go of what is no longer serving you

Enjoy this fall transition. Connect with your inner being. Breathe. Rest. Restore.

October Classes are below and don’t forget to pre-register by emailing infinitywinonayoga@gmail.com. If you haven’t already purchased your punch card, please do so today by calling Infinity Chiropractic & Wellness at 507-453-7941.



7:00pm Restorative Yoga with Katie K *Virtual Class via ZOOM



8:15am Forrest Inspired Vinyasa with Elle

5:00pm Vinyasa Happy Hour Flow with Katie Sarah *Virtual Class via ZOOM



5:45pm Fall Flow- Embracing Transition with Sarah



8:35am Qi Gong & T’ai Chi with Lynn

12:05pm-12:50pm Pilates Fusion with Deb *Class is full



5:00pm Vinyasa Happy Hour Flow with Katie Sarah *Virtual Class via ZOOM

**No class on October 8th and 13th**



7:45am Forrest Inspired Vinyasa- All Levels with Elle

10:35am Qi Gong & T’ai Chi with Lynn


In health,

Infinity Yoga Studio Staff