Chunky Choc Chip/Carob Cookies

By Gayatri A | May 16, 2017

1 cup each of plain flour, desiccated coconut, rolled oats 1/4 cup raw sugar 1/2 tsp baking soda 2 Tbsp golden syrup 1/4-1/2 cup each of choc chips, currants/saltans & nuts (optional) 125 grams of melted butter or Nuttalex if you are a vegan Add wet ingredients together then combine when cooled to dry, mix …

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Chocolate nut tahini bliss balls – (Raw, Vegan & GF)

By Gayatri A | May 16, 2017

3/4 cups mixed nuts of choice 1/2 cup tahini 1/4 cup maple syrup 1/4 cup cacao powder (or carob powder) 3/4 desiccated coconut or sesame seeds for rolling Drop vanilla essence Blitz nuts in food processor, not too chunky but avoid making them them into a powder, you want a good texture through your ball. …

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Tahini Coconut Bliss Balls (Raw, Vegan, Gluten Free)

By Gayatri A | May 9, 2017

Don’t we love our bliss balls. So simple,easy and quick to make. You can make them healthy or not so healthy whichever mood you’re in and they taste fantastic. Whenever we serve bliss balls at the centre, we always get so many positive comments and feedback. Chantelle made these a few weeks back and so …

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How To Give Her What She Really Wants

By Madya Lila Dasi | May 1, 2017

5 Ways to Show Mum You Love Her This Mothers Day! Being a mother myself, I like to think that I have some pretty good insights in to what mums really love. You don’t need to go spending lots of money to make her happy (although shoes and bags will never disappoint!). What all mothers …

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Winter Deep Peace Retreat

By Madya Lila Dasi | May 1, 2017

Cosy up around the fire, relax and savour the tranquility at the July Deep Peace Retreat.  On this one day retreat  you can experience a deep rejuvenation as you release layers and layers of  tension. Out in the  rolling hills of the Bilambil country side, just 15 minutes from Coolangatta airport our hosts Maladhar dasi …

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CHIEF SEATTLE’S LETTER

By Madya Lila Dasi | April 28, 2017

According to the ancient yogic texts the earth is our mother. From the material elements our body is made and these material elements are provided by mother earth. At this time of the year when we honour our mothers lets also spare a thought of appreciation for our mother the earth. And nowhere is that …

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Shirodhara an Ayurvedic Treatment

By Gayatri A | April 27, 2017

Ayurvedic treatments have become very popular these days. Although this ancient practice originated in India, it has helped numerous people all over the world and therefore it is now known as one of alternative healing methods. Ayurveda has been found to be very efficient against different problems associated with stress, cleansing the body and promoting …

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Pumpkin Porridge (Congee)

By Gayatri A | April 27, 2017

The weather is starting to cool down and the that wintery bite to it, so nows the time to start reducing your raw foods and increasing warming foods to your diet.  This pumpkin porridge aka congee is perfect for a cold winters day to warm and nourish you on the inside.  Get creative and try …

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Carob Brownies – a Tasty Treat for Mums

By Madya Lila Dasi | April 23, 2017

Mums want to be healthy and slim but love to indulge a little as well -I know I know, I am one a mum myself! It’s a juggling act isn’t it! Well good news – here’s a recipe that is BOTH slim & healthy AND a little bit indulgent! Plus it’s low allergen being sugar free, …

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A Personal Journey from a Yoga Mum

By Madya Lila Dasi | April 23, 2017

Raising Little Yogis – The Life & Times of a Yogi Mum I first discovered the yummy-ness of yoga asanas early in the 1970’s when I was pregnant with my first child. I loved the feeling of moving my body in all directions and the challenges of strength, fitness and flexibility but I wasn’t as …

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