We all have a unique combination of three Doshas that stay constant throughout our life and serve as a blueprint for our health. Learning our unique Dosha combination and understanding our constitution can reveal our natural inherent strengths and illuminate our greatest challenges.
It’s important to note that the word Dosha in Sanskrit translates to the English word ‘Vitiate’, meaning a crash or point of weakness where one may go out of balance.
According to Ayurveda, everything in existence is made up of five elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Ether/ Space. These five elements are expressed as three Dosha types in the human body: Vata corresponds to Ether + Air, Pitta corresponds to Fire + Water, and Kapha corresponds to Earth + Water. Each person has a unique combination of Doshas from birth. This is referred to as your body constitution.
Our special Dosha Package focuses on one’s dominant Dosha and how to keep it balanced. Guests can educate themselves on the different types of Doshas in our body and learn about the diet and juices that best serve their body constitution to bring it in a balanced state.
By knowing our dominant Dosha and constitution, one can more easily identify where and when we fall out of balance. We can also quickly and efficiently persuade ourself back into balance by enjoying Dosha balancing food, exercises and activities.
- Room Accommodation
- 1 Ayurvedic therapy and select choice of Mud therapy or Acupuncture
- All meals for the day
- 1 Morning Yoga session
- 1 Evening Yoga session
- Q & A session on request in our indoor theatre
- All amenities and activities
Vata dominant individuals are commonly prone to nervousness, anxiety, panic, fear, tremors, dry skin, constipation, flatulence, bloating, disrupted/ interrupted sleep, excessive thinking and worrying.
Pitta dominant individuals are commonly prone to acute inflammation of body and joints, acid reflux, gastric ulcers, inflamed rashes, acne, irritability, anger, a feeling of uncomfortable heat in the body.
Kapha dominant individuals are commonly prone to excess mucus, thick-coated tongue, sluggish bowel movements, high body weight, feeling dull, lethargic, and foggy.
Want to understand the importance of Doshas and body constitution? Read about it in our Health Guide and maintain a balanced lifestyle!
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