According to Ayurvedic traditional medicine, people who are predominantlyVata are characterised as being thin framed, inventive, creative, mentally quick, spacey and ungrounded. Vata types therefore need structured and meditative yoga postures in order to keep them grounded and calm. If Vata is predominant in your constitution, try this 10 minute yoga series performed by our lovely yoga instructor, Michelle Wong.

 

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According to Ayurvedic traditional medicine, people who are predominantly Kapha are characterised as being slow, steady, grounded and by having a slower metabolism. Kapha types therefore need challenging yoga postures in order for them to heat up and get energized. If Kapha is predominant in your constitution, try this 10 minute yoga series performed by our lovely yoga instructor, Michelle Wong.

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According to Ayurvedic traditional medicine, people who are predominantlyPitta are characterised as being highly intelligent, concentrated, efficient and as having a fast metabolism. Pitta types therefore need moderate, relaxing,cooling and non-competitive yoga postures in order for them cool down and relax. If Pitta is predominant in your constitution, try this 10 minute yoga series performed by our lovely yoga instructor, Michelle Wong.

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