If you are a yoga teacher or dedicated practitioner, designing a routine with Ayurvedic practices may help you connect to balance and harmony within body and mind.
Together, they create a deeper awareness and alignment within the body through the best movement practice, diet, and overall understanding of the individual’s constitution.
“Just as everyone has a unique fingerprint, each person has a particular pattern of energy—an individual combination of physical, mental, and emotional characteristics—which comprises their constitution. This constitution is determined at conception by a number of factors and remains the same throughout one’s life.” – Dr. Vasant Lad, The Ayurvedic Institute.
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In this interview with yoga teacher, author, and Ayurveda Therapist Ali Cramer, you’ll discover more on:
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The infographic captures the quiz results and the solutions to living a more harmonious lifestyle by understanding each dosha. Your constitution varies from moment to moment; what you’re working with today may differ from how you felt yesterday. Ayurveda teaches us to examine the internal and external factors contributing to our lifestyle—from what we eat to the weather outside and how we interact with those we love.
The quiz and all results were gathered to shed insight on how to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle. Please consult an Ayurvedic Doctor to learn more about your constitution and how to work with your results.
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