To maintain balance and health we need to live in harmony nature’s daily cycle. There are times of the day that are more suitable than others for our regular daily activities such as waking, eating, exercising, relaxing, and of course, sleeping. The three doshas have a close relationship with the daily cycle; each of the doshas is most active at a particular time of day and night, and the energy associated with that dosha will affect us. If we become aware of the natural cycles according to , we can experience better health and become more in-tune with our bodies. [Read more…]
Just as incorrect diet and lifestyle can create imbalance, so can the wrong yoga practice. Yoga must be done on an individual basis; we are all different in mind and body, and the way you practice should be designed to work best for you.
Asanas are an important aspect of your yoga practice as they prepare the body for pranayama and meditation. Depending on your [Read more…]and , the asanas you choose to practice will vary.
Prakruti translates as “nature” or “first creation.” It is your constitution at the time of birth and it does not change throughout your lifetime. Prakruti is determined by the condition of the sperm, ovum, and uterus at the time of conception. It can be affected by the diet and lifestyle of the mother during pregnancy. Each individual has a unique constitution made up of the three doshas in varying degrees.