Yoga Ecology Portal Mission

Welcome to our Yoga Ecology Portal, a digital space where ancient wisdom, eco-yoga practices, and sustainable living knowledge converge. Our platform is designed for anyone who seeks to live in harmony with nature, and we offer a variety of resources and tools for you to deepen your understanding of yoga and ecology.

We believe that yoga is not just a physical practice, but a way of life that encompasses ethical and moral principles. At the core of yoga ecology is the recognition of the interdependence of all living beings and the need for humans to live in harmony with the natural world. By practicing yoga, we can deepen our connection to the earth and gain insights into sustainable living practices.

Our portal is dedicated to propagating authentic ancient practices and techniques of Yoga Ecology. We invite you to join our community of like-minded individuals who share a passion for eco-consciousness and sustainable living. Our membership offers access to a wealth of resources, including online courses, workshops, and a digital magazine called Enlightened Earth, which features articles on yoga, ecology, and sustainable living.

By joining our community, you’ll be empowered to integrate yoga into your daily life and unlock your inner potential. You’ll also have the opportunity to connect with others who share your commitment to sustainable living and the wisdom of yoga. Together, let’s create positive change for ourselves and the planet. Join us on this transformative path towards a more mindful, conscious, and sustainable future.

Matarishvan, Vishnuprayag,
Uttarakhand, 2018

Matarishvan is an experienced yoga teacher who shares restorative techniques to bring the body and mind into harmonious balance with the world. Her teachings are rooted in the Vedic and Tantric schools of thought, and she has acquired wisdom from various traditions including Tantric Buddhism, Sufism, Animism – Paganism – Shamanism, Environmentalism – Conservationism – Ecologicalism along with Consumerism – Materialism. Matarishvan’s classes are focused on grounding, enhanced awareness, physical bodywork, breathwork, and deep meditation.

She only teaches the practices that she has explored in-depth and has found effective in safe progression with minimal disturbance to the mind. You can book a group class or private One-ૐ-One yoga therapy, or attend her weekly 90-minute sessions that include Asana, Pranayama, Mudra, Bandha, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Sanskrit chanting, Kirtan, Havan, or Puja. Matarishvan’s teachings of Raja Yoga are enhanced by her deep reverence to the original tradition of classical yoga. She emphasizes the importance of a solid foundation in the major pillars of yoga, which are Bhakti, Jnana, Hatha, and Karma. Through these pillars, the yoga aspirant can undertake the journey of self-realization, arriving at a state of complete awareness and acceptance.