I can't say that I have a favorite season because there are elements of each that bring me joy. In autumn I enjoy...
Autumn is a cool, dry season, corresponding to the earth elements of air and ether. In Ayurveda, a sister science to yoga, this is known as a Vata season - light, airy, cool. We all have inside us a degree of Vata. Those who identify with the qualities of Vata may have:
Does this describe you? A little or a lot?
Ayurveda teaches us how to adjust our diets and exercise (including yoga asana) to adapt to the changing seasons. For those who have Vata tendencies, try:
Slowing down your yoga practice.
Eating foods that are warm and moist (to counter the cool dryness of Vata)
If you're curious about Ayurveda and your body type (or dosha), you can learn more at More Than a Dosha Quiz from Banyan Botanicals. Then read Fall Guide: An Ayurvedic Guide to a Soothing and Stable Vata Season for more information about navigating the change of season.