Dakota Mays

In this episode, Holly Skodis interviews Dakota Mays about his journey to yoga and veganism. This episode covers a lot of topics including:
Increasing strength and flexibility in your yoga practice by reducing inflammation in the body.
Resources for helping you understand the health benefits of a vegan diet.

John Joseph Meat Is for Pussies: A How-to Guide for Dudes Who Want to Get Fit, Kiss Ass and Take Names 

Robert S. Morse N.D. Miracle Sourcebook: Raw Foods and Herbs for Complete Cellular Regeneration 

Dr. McDougall

Dr. Michael Gregor, Nutritionfacts.org 

T. Colin Campbell & Thomas M Campbell II The China Study

Andrew Sealy Yogi Instagram @andrew7sealy 

VegeYeast supplement for pets by Compassion Circle

Dakota’s personal yoga practice started at the end of 2016. Although he started with a purely physical practice, he was quickly captivated by the mental stillness and overwhelming will-power that came from his practice.  By 2018, he realized that he wanted to share this healing practice with others. Dakota booked a flight to Bali and received his vinyasa yoga teacher training in Canggu. As his practice deepened during teacher training, he noticed a subtle shift in his self-confidence and will-power. He has turned these characteristics into his main teachings during classes.

With the goal of instilling strength and mental stillness in his students, he primarily focuses on power flow yoga and emphasizes the importance of eating plant-based in order to have good digestion and tons of fire energy 🙏🏼

Connect with Dakota:
Instagram: @maysyoga
Podcast: Mays Yoga Podcast

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