Welcome to the Kalsi Ayurveda Dosha test.

According to Ayurveda, we are all formed from unique energies, known as the doshas, which exist in everyone (but in varying proportions) and how they manifest within you is entirely unique to your own mind-body type.

Understanding your own doshas can be extremely insightful and forms the foundation to your Ayurvedic profile. Think of this test as being  like a self-care blueprint, which can reveal the very best version of you. What are your weaknesses and strengths? Which foods are best suited to your digestive system and how do you respond in relationships and the workplace are just a few things we can begin to learn from our dosha profile.

So let’s get to business and calculate your dosha profile today!

Answer the questions below and try to be as honest as you can. Also, take a broader view of yourself from the perspective of your entire life, rather than how you’ve been feeling or behaving in recent days (test takes approximately 2-minutes to complete).

Quick intro to the doshas

Select the doshas which came on top in your result to learn more…

The Vata dosha is comprised of air and ether energy. It’s light, free-flowing, spacey, and ever so occasionally forgetful. 😵

If Vata came on top in your test result, then there’s a good chance you are a passionate and creative soul, yet often indecisive; frequently starting more projects than you can complete. The Vata dosha is also flexible and dynamic, which can be seen by others as being a bit flakey and unpredictable.

When Vata is in balance, you will feel creative, idealistic, and artistic. When Vata is out of balance, you can become anxious, fearful, and unable to sleep.

It’s important to note that all 3 doshas are in everybody, and so anyone can experience a Vata, Pitta or Kapha imbalance (aggravation) at any given time due to a number of varying factors (seasonal, age, climate and other environmental influences).

However, most people will have 1 or 2 dominant dosha(s) in their result and these are the ones you should pay attention to especially as they’re most natural and dominant to your physical and mental character.

The Pitta dosha is comprised of fire and water energy. Those with a predominance of the Pitta dosha tend to have a fiery and fiesty nature that manifests in both the body and mind. They are natural leaders and often very ambitious, if not slightly leaning towards having a competitive nature.

Pittas have a warm body temperature and often sweat easily. They sleep soundly for short bursts and tend to have a strong sex drive. Of all the doshas, Pittas have a strong digestion, making them think they can eat almost anything.

When Pitta is in balance, you will tend to be goal-oriented, ambitious, and passionate. When Pitta falls out of balance, you can become angry, impatient, forceful and may suffer from skin rashes, burning sensations, heartburn and indigestion.

It’s important to note that all 3 doshas are in everybody, and so anyone can experience a Vata, Pitta or Kapha imbalance (aggravation) at any given time due to a number of varying factors (seasonal, age, climate and other environmental influences).

However, most people will have 1 or 2 dominant dosha(s) in their result and these are the ones you should pay attention to especially as they’re most natural and dominant to your physical and mental character.

The Kapha dosha is made up from elements of water and earth. Kapha has a grounding nature and is often described as the stabilising dosha, which binds and holds everything together.

Kapha types tend to have a strong, heavy build and excellent stamina. Large, soft eyes; smooth, radiant skin; and thick hair.

Kapha types are naturally calm, empathetic, and caring. They enjoy life and love the familiarity of routine.

When in balance, Kapha is strong, loyal, patient, steady, and supportive. When Kapha is in excess, you will tend to hold on to things, jobs, and relationships long after they are either nourishing or necessary. Excess Kapha often leads to weight gain, fluid retention, lethargy, congestion and allergies that manifest in the body.

It’s important to note that all 3 doshas are in everybody, and so anyone can experience a Vata, Pitta or Kapha imbalance (aggravation) at any given time due to a number of varying factors (seasonal, age, climate and other environmental influences).

However, most people will have 1 or 2 dominant dosha(s) in their result and these are the ones you should pay attention to especially as they’re most natural and dominant to your physical and mental character.

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