Spring is a time of renewal and is associated with the Wood element. The Wood element brings forward movement after the dormancy of winter, like flowers bursting through the earth and frozen rivers beginning to flow. In the springtime, qi flow is especially active in the Wood element organs and meridians of the liver and gall bladder, which focus on growth, movement and change. This practice is great to do throughout the spring months but can also be done any time of year. It will help you feel clear, creative, and grounded as you move through spring’s surge of energy and growth.