What does Yoga Ecology do?

Yoga ecology is a concept that combines the principles and practices of yoga with environmental awareness and sustainable living. It emphasizes the interdependence of all living beings and the need for humans to live in harmony with the natural world.

Yoga ecology is based on the idea that yoga is not just a physical practice, but also a way of life that includes ethical and moral guidelines for living. These guidelines, such as non-violence (ahimsa) and compassion (karuna), can be applied not only to human interactions but also to the way we interact with the environment.

Yoga ecology encourages individuals to live a more mindful and conscious lifestyle, making choices that are in alignment with the principles of sustainability and ecological balance. This can include adopting environmentally-friendly practices such as reducing waste, conserving resources, and supporting sustainable agriculture.

Practicing yoga can also deepen our connection to the natural world and increase our awareness of the impact that our actions have on the environment. By cultivating a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with all living beings and the planet, we can develop a greater sense of responsibility towards the earth and work towards creating a more sustainable future.