Yoga for Your Dosha: A Grounding Vata Yoga Sequence

Explore these meditative, grounding postures to ease tension, replenish juiciness, and invite lasting serenity.
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Explore these meditative, grounding postures to ease tension, replenish juiciness, and invite lasting serenity.

Explore these meditative, grounding postures to ease tension, replenish juiciness, and invite lasting serenity. Then sign up to delve deeper, as Larissa Carlson and LifeSpa founder John Douillard demystify yoga’s sister science in our upcoming Ayurveda 101 online course.

To prepare for asana, you’ll need a mat, two blocks, a strap, a bolster, an eye pillow, and a couple of blankets. Carlson recommends beginning with three to six slow, rhythmic rounds of your favorite Sun Salutation. Generally, all constitutions benefit from warming, soothing movements like Sun Salutations during the cold, dry vata season. While practicing, maintain a soft Ujjayi Pranayama (Victorious Breath) to enhance focus and introversion.

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Teacher and model Larissa Carlson is the former dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda, a certified Ayurvedic practitioner, and a yoga teacher trainer based in Massachusetts. You can find her at larissacarlson.com.