This question is stemming from several of you!
Overall, vatas and pittas are going to be balanced by kapha season. Happy day!
I quickly made this crude little chart (it shows up reversed in the video), but in very simple terms, these are how the qualities shake out in kapha season.
In general vatas and pittas will be balanced by kapha season. In Ayurveda we talk a lot about the qualities — we use the opposite qualities to bring balance.
Kapha qualities are: cold, wet, heavy, static (non-moving) and dull.
Vata qualities are: cold, dry, light, mobile, and rough.
Vata qualities: all except COLD are opposite of kapha which means, kapha will balance vata for the most part. However, vatas need to stay warm in their environment, body and diet in spring.
Pitta qualities are: hot, slightly-oily (a little wet), light, smooth, mobile and sharp.
All pitta qualities except wet are opposite of kapha which means, kapha will also balance pitta for the most part! However, anything too humid, wet, or oily will not suit pitta in spring. They should favor the dry qualities in their environment, body and diet.
In a nutshell, vatas and pittas should feel quite awesome in spring.
For easy diet & lifestyle tips for spring, download a free copy of the kapha quick guide.
Keep bringing Ayurveda to life!
Now is the ideal time of year to spring clean your digestion and your mindset!
Begin by eating kitchari as a monodiet for 3 days.
Kitchari is considered a pure (or, sattvic) food, which reset your digestion and bring clarity to the mind.