According to Ayurveda, there are three primary energies. Just as each person has a Dosha that predominates, each season is also dominated by one of the three Doshas.
The Vata Dosha is most prevalent during autumn. Vata takes care of movement in the body, as well as activating the nervous system and the processes of elimination. The condition of V
ata are cold, dry, rough, light, changeable, irregular, and moving. Vata is composed of the elements of air and space. Because of Vata’s association with the nervous system, its state is often reflected in our mental health.
Here are some examples of Yoga postures you can practice during Autumn. They should be stabilizing and grounding to escape from Vata's irregularity, lightness and moving character.