Meet your Dosha, but why use Ayurveda medicine with Yoga?
Believe it or not, Ayurveda sees that there are certain practices of Yoga and meditation that are more balancing for each Dosha. Since Yoga is normally part of the recommendations and treatment after a consultation from an Ayurvedic therapist..it shows that Yoga is personal medicine.
So come meet your Dosha and learn there are some Asana’s that are best to cool a hot Pitta type down, and other practices that help to heat and energise the heavy slower Kapha types up!
Come meet your Dosha and find out what type of postures or Asana are best to create equilibrium for your personal constitution!
Another example that may be more familiar for those not yet using Yoga regularly: a simple daily habit that most of us in the western world are very familiar with, is that we are told by medical science that we should all be drinking about 2 litres of water per day.
Ayurveda has a little problem with this. Meet your Dosha and find out what is the best fluid intake for your body type. Ayurveda knows that we should drink when we are thirsty. Not to delay drinking until later. But to drink as needed, for as much or as little as your body requires. Some need more water, others need less. Its simple.
Ayurveda is the use of knowledge to live intelligently. Yoga is a personal and specific treatment to re-balance the physical and subtle body.
You only need to understand the very basic rules to begin to offer the Ayurvedic daily medicine of healing to your life.
Its all about the five elements of this life. Our Dosha’s are the blend of the five elements together, creating our biological humours of this body.
We are similar in our human-ness and the blend of elements gives us individuality.
A dosha is a blend of the five natural elements of most basic parts of life itself;
Space, Ether, Fire, Water, Earth.
It is a specific mix that creates your unique body and mind type.
Each blend or Dosha is made of two of these Five great elements.
VATA DOSHA < > Dry, cold, light, mobile, irregular, dispersing, erratic
PITTA DOSHA < > Hot, flowing/liquid, light, spreading, oily/wet, sharp/penetrating
KAPHA DOSHA < > Wet/oily, cold, heavy, static, soft, gelatinous
Each Dosha is the controller, or the manager, CEO, of certain systems of the body.
Dosha’s identify what to do when there is is an imbalance. Ayurveda seeks us all to be completely happy, healthy and whole. Are you ready for this?
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