Ayurvedic Body Types, also known as doshas, are the foundation for understanding yourself from an Ayurvedic perspective.
Your Body Type Quiz will help you formulate a new way of living that balances your strengths and weaknesses with the natural cycles that permeate our day-to-day lives.
Learning to live an Ayurvedic lifestyle is learning to live in harmony with our personal body type’s needs through diet, herbs, lifestyle, stress relief techniques and diet.
Find out what makes up your constitution: vata, pitta, or kapha?
Once you’ve taken the Body Type Quiz and determined your personal body type, use the form below to sign up for Dr. John’s Body Type Analysis Webinar where he explains the characteristics of each body type in great detail.
Go Deeper! Sign up for the Body Type Analysis
Dr. John Douillard will help you formulate a new way of living that balances your strengths and weaknesses with the natural cycles that permeate our day-to-day lives.
What You’ll Receive:
- Access to LifeSpa’s online eCourse & Program platform
- Content-rich video from Dr. John on the doshas, elements and seasons
- Instructions on how to analyze the 3 different body types
- Breakdown of each body type profile
- Articles and videos to help you further refine your knowledge about your body type needs
Why do Body Types matter?
In Ayurveda, body types (also known as foshas) are the fundamental building blocks for diagnosis, treatment, and maintenance for optimal health. Knowing your body type is the first most critical step you can take to get in control of your health today.
Once you understand yourself, you can guide your life towards to the activities, foods, and solutions that make sense for you as an individual. Your body type is as unique as you are, which is why we look at your individual body type profiles and not just your overall Vata, Pitta, or Kapha numbers.
Don’t settle for knowing you are a Vata or even a Vata-Pitta; you’re a multi-layered person with strengths and various dosha compositions in all the different aspects of your life. Understanding yourself is key to your ability to handle stress, interact with others and develop unprecedented harmony in your life.