Sharon Gannon, cofounder of Jivamukti Yoga and author of the extraordinary new book, Yoga and Veganism, shares with us that genuine yoga is not only compatible with, but actually requires, a vegan lifestyle. She bases this not simply on ahimsa, the doctrine of harmlessness that both yogis and vegans celebrate, but on yoga’s other precepts of non-stealing, non-covetousness, and not exploiting another sexually. Make yourself a cup of tea and snuggle up somewhere for an amazing hour of peace, freedom, and real-world spirituality.
Blast from the past! ~ Like yoga? You’ll love these previous episodes that explore it: yogini Kathleen Kastner delves into yoga as a helpful adjunct for weight loss in this 2016 episode; Sharon Gannon appeared previously in this 2018 episode; and celebrity yoga teacher Seane Corne appeared just last December.
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