If you haven’t read my first blog post on doshas, click HERE before going further. In these posts, I’m explaining how we might use movement and breath to balance doshas and what kinds of conditions might benefit from these practices.
As a yoga therapist, I use a few different models when assessing my clients’ needs and designing their yoga practices to help with their health issues. One of these models is the concept of doshas, which are energies found throughout
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