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What are the three Ayurveda Body Types?
There are three body types in Ayurveda: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. They represent key biological energies in the human body. Each body contains all three, but the triad is ever-shifting and fluctuating. These doshas should be balanced so that you can enjoy their benefits, which we’ll talk more about in a moment.
Any imbalance can lead to a person becoming sick or unhealthy, mentally, emotionally or physically. More often, the proportion of the ayurvedic body types can by identified by a survey of the body’s shape, energy levels, joints, digestion, muscle formation and more. An imbalance is called vikruti, and the balance is called prakuti. However, since we all are vulnerable to imbalances, because we live in a world that is not always in total balance with nature itself, then having a deeper understanding of your dosha will be an ally you’ll want to have for the rest of your life. If you’ve taken the quiz and want to know more about how our products can help any imbalances or how it can amplify your state of wellness, feel free to contact us.
About the Three Dosha Types
The ayurvedic dosha Pitta represents the energy of metabolism in the body. All metabolic process including digestion, absorption, and nutrition among others are made possible by this Ayurveda body type. Pitta is associated with the small intestines, the liver, spleen, pancreas as well as the eyes. It leads to deep feelings of contentment and willpower when in balance. When out of balance it can cause ulcers, anger and jealousy.
It facilitates the energy of movement which is why it is associated with wind and air element. All motions in our bodies, for instance, blood circulation, heartbeat, breathing and blinking among others, are made possible by this body type. People born with Vata dosha are often active and can communicate and express themselves naturally. They are fast to learn and are lively. When in balance, people are creative and energetic. However, when it is not, it can produce fear and anxiety, moods swings and impulsion.
Kapha is associated with the earth and water elements. It controls growth and supplies water to all parts of the body. It is responsible for maintaining immune systems, hydration and skin hydration and protects the joints and tissues. When in balance, Kapha people express nurturing, forgiveness and compassion. But when out of balance, a Kapha dominant may feel insecure, envious or greedy.
It’s important to remember that we each have all three ayurvedic body type (vata pitta and kapha) but usually one or sometimes two are more dominant. These doshas help to determine a person’s personality and physiological traits in studied and predictable ways. The ancient system of Ayurveda is a holistic one, and therefore we strongly encourage you down this path of self-awareness and true, long-lasting balance. Our Ayurvedic supplements can be used to compliment and heal various ailments such as low energy, mental clarity, mineral deficiency, imbalanced hormones, weight loss and overall wellness. We have all these products at affordable prices. We’d love to share more, so please remember to subscribe to our email list at the very bottom of this page.