YOGA, FOOD AND THE MIND
Yogis learn very quickly that the nature and quality of the food that a Yoga practitioner eats is just as important as the Asanas (physical postures), Pranayamas (life force control via breath manipulation), Dharana (concentration) and Dhyana (meditation) that make up a complete Yoga Sadhana (practice). Therefore, an improperly nourished Mind, Body and Breath will not allow one to reach the level of stillness of mind necessary to attain self-realization, the ultimate state of Yoga.
EAT LIKE A YOGI, FEEL LIKE A YOGI
High-vibrational nutrition is organic, ethically-sourced, delicious, satisfying, and promotes overall health and conscious awareness expansion. In Indian Yoga and Ayurveda traditions, this is called "Sattvic" food, that symbolizes purity. From a Western perspective, Sattvic food typically represents mineral-rich, nutrient-dense, energetically charged, and low-calorie nutrition, suitable for most people regardless of dietary restrictions.