May 24

How yoga can help to relieve chronic back pain

Yoga is an ancient practice deeply rooted in the Indian culture and philosophy. Since over 5000 years people practice yoga asanas for health purpose. Yoga poses are combined with breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation, providing people numerous benefits on both the body and the mind. However, even though yoga has been practiced since such a […]

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Mar 27

Chickpea Curry with Carrot and Pea Curry – Recipe

Chole, gajar and matar with rice This is a typical Indian dish called Chole Masala or Channa Masala and we serve it with carrots (gajar), peas (matar) and rice (chawal). Chickpeas are an excellent vegetarian source of protein, rich in minerals, vitamins, amino acids and they are renowned for promoting a healthy heart, controlling cholesterol […]

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Mar 27

Tomatoe Sauce with Courgette and Aubergine – Recipe

Pasta with courgette and aubergine is a delicious vegetarian main course, great to be enjoyed in summer when aubergine and courgette are in season. A tasty option is to add a sprinkling of grated cheese, but this dish is just a rich and full flavoured without, for those who are vegan or dairy free.   […]

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Mar 27

Lentil Curry with Cauliflower and Pea Curry – Recipe

Daal, fool gobi and matar This is a typical Indian dish, consisting of Daal, cauliflowers (gobi) and peas (matar). Pulses are a natural source of protein and fibre, they are used in Asian cooking, especially by vegetarians, if pulses are split and with husk removed, they are called Daal. We serve it with brown rice. […]

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Mar 27

Polenta with Tomatoes Sauce – Recipe

Polenta is a typical recipe of north Italy, it is a very popular, traditional dish, made with cornmeal. There are many variations, we serve it with a vegetarian sauce made of tomatoes, red kidney beans and courgettes. This is an excellent gluten free option as it is made with cornmeal, a naturally gluten free carbohydrate alternative.  […]

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Mar 27

Red Kidney Bean and Spinach Curry with Rice – Recipe

Rajma and Palak Sabji with Chawal Rajma is a very popular Indian dish consisting of red kidney beans cooked with onions, spices and tomatoes. We serve Rajma with spinach (palak) and rice (chawal). Red kidney beans are a very efficient plant based source of protein, also containing  fibre, carbohydrates, potassium, Iron, and all of the […]

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Mar 27

Bolognese Vegetarian Sauce – Recipe

“Ragù alla bolognese” a classic Italian dish. We would like to share our delicious vegetarian variation of a traditionally meat based meal. A tasty, comforting and healthy dish, packed with nutrients, vitamins and minerals.                         Ingredients for 4 people: 4 tablespoons of oil 1 […]

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Mar 27

Couscous with Chickpeas and Broccoli – Recipe

Couscous is a traditional North African dish, often found in middle eastern cuisine. Over time couscous has become available and popular in Europe, renowned as a whole grain carbohydrate, with the added benefit of being a protein source, packed with B vitamins and dietary fibre. Here is one of our favourite couscous recipes, served with […]

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Dec 09

My personal experiences with the power of Chakras

By Rodger Shawn Christopher My first experience with the chakras was when I followed a discourse for Reiki when I was 17 years old. Reiki is a powerful tool to open the chakras and speed up the spiritual journey. All Reiki practitioners, no matter what their level is, have gone through a personal process to […]

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Dec 08

Swadhisthana Chakra at a glance

The infographic bellow gives a clear overview of the main characteristics of Swadhisthana Chakra or Sacral Chakra. This second chakra is the seed location of emotions, passions and creativity. People feeling emotionaly unstable or experiencing difficulties to open themselves up to the people around them are mostly suffering from Swadhisthana imbalance. By learning how to […]

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