Lissa Coffey

What’s Your Dosha, Baby?

Discover the Vedic Way for Compatibility in Life and Love

Every relationship has its challenges, but now there’s an exciting new way for you to figure out how to make any relationship work.  In What’s Your Dosha, Baby?, Lissa Coffey has applied the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda to modern-day relationships for a fun and effective approach to gauging your compatibility with lovers, friends, coworkers, and family and navigating the pitfalls you may encounter.  Once you know your dosha, one of three personality types based on physical features and personality traits – as well as the dosha or anyone else you know, you’ll learn all about:

  • Your physical and emotional communication styles
  • Your instinctual preferences regarding food, travel, and lifestyle
  • Which careers you gravitate toward and your strengths and weaknesses in the workplace
  • Ways to decorate your home to help you feel more balanced and content
  • How to handle different dosha parenting styles

Whether you’re searching for ways to end the squabbling with your mate, resolve a conflict with our boss, or get the man or woman of your dreams to commit, What’s Your Dosha, Baby? Holds the key to finding true happiness and achieving great success in life, love, and relationships.


What’s Your Dharma?

Discover the Vedic Way to Your Life’s Purpose

Who am I?  What is my purpose in Life? Something within each of us yearns to find meaning in our lives, and to discover the reason we are here in this time and place.  The search for purpose is age-old, and it compels us to move forward, to learn and to grow.  Lissa Coffey, well known for her inspiring blend of ancient wisdom and modern style, brings us Vedanta’s Four Yogas: Bhakti, Karma, Jnana and Raja, and explores how each one can help us to define our unique purpose.  What’s Your Dharma? guides us on a journey of self-discovery, and shows us how to create a lifestyle where we can express ourselves creatively and feel fulfilled.

Bhakti Yoga is the path of love.  Karma Yoga is the path of service. Jnana Yoga is the path of knowledge.  Raja Yoga is the path of meditation.  One of these paths resonates with us more strongly, and is like a spiritual learning style that helps us to grow through all of life’s experiences.

About Lissa:

Ayurveda expert Lissa Coffey is the renowned authority on Ayurveda and Relationships.  Her best-selling book “What’s Your Dosha, Baby? Discover the Vedic Way for Compatibility in Life and Love” has been translated into five languages.

In 2005 she was awarded a commendation from Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for “Outstanding Contribution to the Yoga Community.”  Lissa Coffey is a certified instructor with The Chopra Center.  Deepak Chopra says: “Coffey brings the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda to a contemporary audience and shows us how to discover more about ourselves and our relationships.”

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