Restoring balance to the doshas The aim of our body purification treatment is always to bring the doshas back into equilibrium (functional principles). Amongst other things, this is achieved by implementing the most thorough method for restoring dynamic balance: Panchakarma therapy. This offers healthy individuals plenty of opportunity for regeneration and, for those who are(…)
How are the doshas determined? Diagnosing an individual’s dosha constitution forms the basis for working out their personalised nutrition and treatment plan. Ayurvedic doctors have various tools available to assist with diagnosing the dominant constellation. An initial indication can be gleaned simply from the patient’s external appearance and from the discussion with their doctor. Ayurvedic(…)
Recipes & tips for the Vata type Here you will find Ayurvedic recipes that are particularly suited to the Vata type. The needs of the Vata type are taken into account in terms of the recipes’ composition, ingredients and mode of preparation.
People with a Vata dosha should eat small, regular meals and avoid combining too many different foods. Allowing sufficient time to eat and chewing carefully will ensure that pre-existing digestive enzymes in the saliva are released, making food easier to digest. Important for Vata types: drink regularly and in plentiful quantities. Also important: warm drinks.(…)
Warming spices, such as pepper, ginger and cardamom, are considered particularly favourable for this Vata type.
THE CREATIVE HEDONIST: The Vata type and their characteristics Vata types are exceptionally creative, communicative and brimming with ideas. They are easily enthused, but run the risk of spreading themselves too thin and getting distracted by something new (and supposedly better) after just a short time. They are quick on the uptake, and quick to(…)
The three doshas DOSHA OVERVIEW