In this episode of The Plant Trainers Podcast, we talk with Victoria Moran about improving your health through the teachings of yoga. Many of us have had to pivot in our jobs, businesses, and personal lives in the last year. Victoria shares how she has pivoted both in her business and with her daily routines. We talk about Ayurveda and yogic ideas and how they overlap with other cultures can be incorporated with your cultural traditions and how there is also a disconnect at times. Make sure you listen through to the end if you are wondering why more yogis are not vegan.
Listed among VegNews Magazine’s “Top 10 Living Vegetarian Authors” and voted PETA’s “Sexiest Vegan Over 50” in 2016, Victoria Moran has written thirteen books, including The Love-Powered Diet, Main Street Vegan, and the international bestseller, Creating a Charmed Life. Featured twice on Oprah, Moran hosts the award-winning Main Street Vegan podcast on Unity Online Radio, produced the 2019 documentary, A Prayer for Compassion, and is director of Main Street Vegan Academy, training Vegan Lifestyle Coaches and Educators. A vegan of thirty-seven years, Victoria lives in New York City with her husband, Rev. William Melton, founder of The Compassion Consortium, a vegan Interfaith ministry, their rescue dog Forbes, and rescue pigeon, Thunder.
In this episode we discuss:
- Looking for the little miracles
- Shifting to online
- Whole person health
- Schedules and routines
- Incorporating Ayurveda with your own culture
- Feeding a dog an omelette
- Spiritualism without the religion
- Why Aren’t more yogis vegans
Links to things we mentioned:
I Am A Peaceful Goldfish by Shoshana Chaim
Hush Weighted Blankets – promo code: “PLANTTRAINERS”
Expensive, Weird and Complicated with Victoria Moran and JL Fields – PTP245
Main Street Vegan & Living A Vegan Lifestyle with Victoria Moran – PTP185
Healing Through Ayurveda with Kartikeya Talreja – PTP385
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Mary Lou Fusi
Mark Jeffrey Johnson
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