Mouthful of spirituality - Beyond vegetarianism

Saturday, April 18, 2009 - 19:00 to Sunday, April 19, 2009 - 01:00

A workshop of festivities, fun, inner growth and inspiration.

Module 1: Yoga food and spiritual nutrition
People tend to think that the way we eat is the way it always has been and the way it always will be. But food is in constant flux, traveling all over the world and taking root from one continent to the next. Just like that, our definition of what makes a complete, satisfying meal can forever change. Tradition always starts somewhere, and we hope that this module will inspire a few new seedlings of the Vegan tradition to take root.

Module 2: Green jam
Soothing the heart and soul through guided mantra meditation and musical chanting. Come join hands with Toronto’s bustling Vegan community and make a wish for a change in Status Quo. Employ the power of sound vibration or Kirtan yoga.

Meal: A higher taste
Bland – Boring – weird - throw that out of the door! Come discover that Vegan food doesn’t have to be repetitive, difficult, or inaccessible. Get the rare chance of tasting different International cuisines in their vegan flavor – a rare treat! Carefully cooked and lovingly served.

Module 3: Exploring the unknown
Some of us are new to Veganism while others have explored vegan, vegetarian or raw foods lifestyle already. Alternative lifestyle is not just fashionable but also recommended by dieticians and doctors around the world. Ever wondered if there is more to food than just maintaining good health or animal protection? Could there be another cause, to embrace a Vegan lifestyle – something spiritual!?! In this session we explore you to dig deeper and scan through your desires to understand your real motivations for choosing an alternative lifestyle.

Module 4: Deep Green Jam: A musical extravaganza
Let’s party, let’s celebrate and send the love around. Enjoy transcendental musical chants and dance away to the Spirit of a safe world – not just for man, but for all the fellow beings of the world.

Snacks: Vegan Bites

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JivaMukti Yoga Studio
5 Shuter Street Toronto
M5B 2H8 Toronto , ON
43° 39' 14.7528" N, 79° 22' 46.9308" W
Ontario CA

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