Kapha is the energy of water and earth that controls growth in the body. It is translated as “that which sticks”. It combines structure and cohesiveness, grounding and stability. Kapha supplies water to all body parts, maintains the immune system and moisturizes the skin.
When in balance, Kapha dosha gives unlimited love, calmness and forgiveness.able to handle a lot of work with grace, peaceful minded, and rock a curvy goddess-like physique.
The imbalanced state of mind of Kapha, leads to insecurity, envy, lethargy, attachment, depression, obesity, sinus congestion, and problems related to mucous.
They strive to maintain harmony and peace in their surroundings, she/he is gentle and has an essentially undemanding approach to life.
Kapha personalities are:
And also are remarkable with their:
Physically they are strong and have the most energy of all constitutions, but it is steady and enduring. As a whole,Kapha dosha type have a good health, excellent stamina and great immune system.
Physical problems for kapha dosha type include:
Slower to learn but with outstanding long-term memory, the Kapha person has soft skin, thick hair and smooth voice, and big "soft" eyes.
I remember when I first heard about jal neti yers ago - I was petrified yet powerfully drawn to it. Funny, but it does evoke similar feelings in all my students, too! But it turned out that this siple practice is nothing to be afraid of - try it and you will want to do it every day!
Nadi Shodhana - or alternate nostril breathing is one technique that you can’t over do! It balances the mind and helps improve anxiety. This simple pranayama practice can bring you into a profound sense of ease and awareness and can really be a life-changer for a lot of people.
We all know that coconut oil (and the coconut itself) are full of goodness for our health, skin and hair. Coconut oil is practically a multi-tasker that we should include in our diet and beauty routine.
Here are 10 reasons why you should do so!
There is no greater expression of self-love than lovingly anointing ourselves from head to toe with warm oil—this practice is called Abyanga. The Sanskrit word Sneha can be translated as both “oil” and “love.” It is believed that the effects of Abhyanga are similar to those received when one is saturated with love. Like the experience of being loved, Abhyanga can give a deep feeling of stability and warmth.
Ujjayi has been used for thousands of years to enhance hatha yoga practice. The sound that Ujjayi provides helps us to synchronize breath with movements during yoga, making the entire yoga practice more rhythmic.
Mula bandha, the root lock, is an important yoga practice, but one that is often not taught in regular yoga classes. In Ashtanga and Ashtanga based classes, it is something you learn from the very start.
“You are what you eat” is an old adage but it’s definitely true when it comes to chronic pain.
A lot of chronic pain is the result of chronic inflammation.
Golden milk is a traditional Indian drink that people make with turmeric, which gives it a yellow or gold hue. People also call golden milk “turmeric milk.”
You cannot do without your morning cup of coffee, but you know coffee isn't good for you? Or actually, thy just discovered that xoffee is good for you but not on an empty stomach? But then, you also practice yoga in the morning and cannot eat before practice and coffee after practice is out of the question?
Here is what will make your coffee quilt-free and even a heathy enjoyment.