Understanding Your Constitution

  • Understanding Your Vata Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Vata Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a vata type, your constitution is distinctly vata-predominant, and you probably have a lot in common with other vata types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Pitta Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Pitta Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a pitta type, your constitution is distinctly pitta-predominant, and you probably have a lot in common with other pitta types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Kapha Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Kapha Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a kapha type, your constitution is distinctly kapha-predominant, and you probably have a lot in common with other kapha types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Vata-Pitta Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Vata-Pitta Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a vata-pitta type, your constitution is predominated by vata and pitta, and you probably have a lot in common with other vata-pitta types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Vata-Kapha Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Vata-Kapha Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a vata-kapha type, your constitution is predominated by vata and kapha, and you probably have a lot in common with other vata-kapha types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Pitta-Vata Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Pitta-Vata Constitution
    It’s important to know that we all have all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a pitta-vata type, your constitution is predominated by pitta and vata, and you probably have a lot in common with other pitta-vata types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Pitta-Kapha Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Pitta-Kapha Constitution
    It’s important to know that each of us has all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a pitta-kapha type, your constitution is predominated by pitta and kapha, and you probably have a lot in common with other pitta-kapha types who share that same core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Kapha-Vata Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Kapha-Vata Constitution
    It’s important to know that each of us has all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a kapha-vata type, your constitution is predominated by kapha and vata, and you probably have a lot in common with other kapha-vata types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Kapha-Pitta Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Kapha-Pitta Constitution
    It’s important to know that each of us has all three doshas in our constitutions: vata, pitta, and kapha. But the ratio between them—the specific quantitative and qualitative relationship between the three—is entirely unique to you. That said, as a kapha-pitta type, your constitution is predominated by kapha and pitta, and you probably have a lot in common with other kapha-pitta types who share that core distinction.
  • Understanding Your Tridoshic Constitution
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    • Understanding Your Constitution
    Understanding Your Tridoshic Constitution
    Because your constitution serves as your blueprint for optimal health, understanding it—with the help of curiosity and self-awareness—can be truly enlightening. Our intention here is to introduce you to your constitution and to give you some of the tools necessary to court a deeper understanding over time.