Pitta Dosha

Pitta Dosha

Pitta The Pitta dosha is a combination of water and fire elements, but the fire is more predominant. That’s why the properties of Pitta is very similar to fire like hot, sharp, and penetrating. It also has oily and volatile properties because of its secondary...
Vata Dosha

Vata Dosha

Vata The Vata dosha is a combination of the Air and Space (Ether) element, which means the properties of Vata is very similar to these two elements like cool, dry, mobile. Also in the ancient text of Ayurveda, Asthanga Hridayam describes the property of Vata as...
Kapha Dosha

Kapha Dosha

Kapha The Kapha dosha is the combination of water and earth elements, that’s why the properties of Kapha tend to be cool, moist, stable and heavy like water and earth. In Asthanga Hridayam, the property of Kapha describes as follows: Kapha: Heavy, Slimmy,...
Viparita Namaskarasana (Reverse Prayer Pose)

Viparita Namaskarasana (Reverse Prayer Pose)

Viparita Namaskarasana is a Sanskrit term in which Viparita means reverse/opposite, namaskar means giving respect and asana means posture. This asana is a little bit difficult to perform or to maintain the posture because you have to do that namaskar pose from the...
Urdhva Anjaneyasana (Upward Crescent Moon Pose)

Urdhva Anjaneyasana (Upward Crescent Moon Pose)

Urdhva Anjaneyasana is a Sanskrit term in which Urdhva means elevate / upward, Anjaneya is another name of lord hanuman because her mother’s name is Anjana and asana means posture. In English, it is known as Upward Crescent Moon Pose. This is a very effective...