This week we are sharing a podcast episode on how to find radical balance in the physical body by balancing the three doshas with yoga asana.
In this episode, Brandt covers what role asana plays in our yoga practice and why it is important to find balance in the body through the lens of the doshas.
Brandt then covers each dosha individually and what types of yoga asana practices you can do for each dosha, to bring it back into balance.
When the dosas are balanced in the physical body we can experience what it is like to have the pranayama moving correctly in the body, increased clarity and insight and the love and juice of life!
This episode was taken as an excerpt from our free 6-week course the Radically Balanced Yogi! To receive the specific asana sequences for each dosa from Brandt as mentioned in the video, sign up now for free! https://bit.ly/2WX1HGc
Inside the Radically Balanced Yogi we dive deep into finding balance in all aspects of the self!
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