The Health and Wellness working group puts out a new podcast every Thursday, revolving around holistic and natural health. To listen to this podcast from Reimagine TCWAC’s ‘Journey Through Health and Wellness’ series, click on the following link:
Victoria Moran began her vegan journey through yoga. Victoria took up yoga, an activity that recommends vegetarianism, at just 17. Despite the changing pace of yoga positions, the internal philosophy always stuck with her and directed her towards an open minded and spiritual take on life. Victoria briefly discusses an eating disorder from her past which ties into her difficulty in transitioning from vegetarianism to veganism. With an abundance of encouragement and support from dear friends, she officially became vegan at the age of 33. Victoria speaks of how her soul led her to become vegan, and in doing so, she stayed close to her higher power. Victoria and her interviewer, Dr. Elisa Haransky Beck, discuss her daily routine, in which is in harmony with nature, and her compassion consortium, a spiritual center and home. Victoria’s pet rescue pigeon, Thunder, also makes a special appearance.
Victoria Moran is a committed vegan and an experienced vegan author of over 30 years. She is the Founder and Director of Main Street Vegan Academy, where vegans train as certified Vegan Lifestyle Coaches and Educators. She is also one of the Founders of Compassion Consortium, a spiritual center and home. Victoria is a radio show/podcast host, a registered yoga teacher, certified holistic health counselor, certified life coach, and holds the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies certificate in plant-based nutrition, all while being Peta's Sexiest Vegan Over 50.