Yoga is Dead
Yoga is Dead
Nov 12, 2019
EP 5 - VEGANS KILLED YOGA
Play • 1 hr 14 min

In this episode, we explore concepts of ahimsa, vegetarianism, veganism, diet culture, and a sattvic diet. We discuss how non-injury and non-harm can be interpreted in different ways, depending on your yoga education and your religious beliefs. We share our personal stories and thoughts on diet and lifestyle as yoga teachers, the reality of what it means to eat in a yogic way, what it means to be healthy. We discuss individual contribution vs governmental regulation when it comes to food and responsibility. As always, we wrap the episodes with tips for practicing ahimsa when it comes to diet culture.

Click for Ep 5 - Vegans Killed Yoga Resources: https://www.yogaisdeadpodcast.com/resources     Yoga is Dead is a revolutionary podcast that explores power, privilege, fair pay, harassment, race, cultural appropriation and capitalism in the yoga and wellness worlds. Join Indian-American hosts Tejal + Jesal as they exposes all the monsters lurking under the yoga mat.   Support this podcast with your donation, become a Patron and receive member perks, shop Yoga is Dead fundraiser shirts (S-4X), totes, and stickersjoin the Facebook Group conversation for real-time conversations with listeners, and listen to previous episodes here.   Check us out on social: Podcast Instagram: @yogaisdeadpodcast Podcast Twitter: @yogaisdeadpod Jesal's Instagram: @yogawalla Tejal's Instagram: @tejalyoga Venmo: @yogaisdeadpodcast 
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