Kapha Dosha: Learn About this Ayurvedic Constitution

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Kapha is one of the three personality types, or doshas, in Ayurveda. In this yoga video, Sigrid Matthews discusses Kapha characteristics including depression, lethargy, and weight gain, and how to find better balance as a Kapha.

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