Look what i found, lovely garden fairies have made me lunch. This is one of the most lovely things I have ever had on a plate. And at the risk of sounding like a dick, mostly picked from the garden. Watermelon, Strawberries, Cucumber, nasturtium flowers and leafs, Radishes, Mint, Olives, Leaves Mixed (preferably edible, but … Continue reading Summer Salad
So I made this on the last retreat and it was possibly the most awesome desert EVER! I thought I had invited it but a quick search of the interweb reveals many others have had a similar moment of genesis. So here is a recipe that is a lot like mine only with measurements that … Continue reading Mega Mango and Turmeric Cheesecake
All i can say is OH MY GOD, this was a great day in the kitchen. And a even better day for butternut squashes, this is the day I made two out of this world things using a thing i would generally thing as one natures mistakes. Serves 8 One peeled roasted butternut squash (till … Continue reading Butternut Coconut Curry or Dal
Dairy free, wheat free, Sugar free When I try to be the best, super mum ever, what happens is firstly I buy too many veg to eat before they go off. Then I try to cook too much for my small people and they throw it on the floor and I wash it and then … Continue reading BEET THE ROT (Vegan CarRot, Beet and Banana Cake)
Unplug and Recharge. Although I only teach yoga, I have noticed over the many years of bending and navel gazing that our society as whole is moving further and further into the future, with time becoming extremely fragmented between the digital and physical world. And although they can co-exist quiet happily if we understand the … Continue reading Urgent
Yoga Weekends in the New Forest (running throughout the year) plus great open classes and workshops.
This is a story of the power of mind, mindfulness, and all the things we already know but don’t remember. It was only the other day that I spent the morning with a lovely man (70) who thought he was having a heart attack. Earlier in the week he had called to ask if we … Continue reading No Time For Thought
Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, nothing is perfect. My latest articles are published here with Huffington Post Wabi Sabi is the ancient Japanese wisdom of finding beauty in imperfection and simplicity in nature, of accepting the natural cycles of growth, decay, and death. Enjoying the simple, natural, and uncluttered, Wabi Sabi reveres authenticity above all. … Continue reading Wabi Sabi -Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, nothing is perfect.
I’ve been thinking about what does ‘spirituality’ mean now? This is relevant to today’s news as we hear about more kids running away to defend an idea (Islam in this case, but it could just as easily be something else). As I have another teacher training that I am running and the next weekend is … Continue reading What does ‘spirituality’ mean now?
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