This, now gluten free, recipe has been many things over the years. It started as a simple no egg, apple sauce muffin when my first son was a toddler and allergic to eggs. Every fall we would go apple picking, make our own apple sauce; with skins on of course, thus the sauce had a high pectin content making it perfect for use in these muffins without egg.
Body, Mind and Spirit
Maybe I’m just getting sentimental in my old age (39) but the last few days have seen me reflecting. Not quite sure what brought it on but here I am. Yes; I admit I am usually quite emotional but today more so. This morning I teared up listening to the Kinky Boots (song: Raise You Up) soundtrack! Haha, even I have to laugh at myself for that one! Continue reading “Aging Gracefully”
We are a family of 6. 6 people ranging in age from 11 to 92; with a taste preference just as wide as the age gaps. In all honesty I am NOT a planner! More days than not I open the fridge at 4 to figure out what we will be having for dinner at 5:30. Probably not the best way to plan dinner for 1 celiac vegetarian, a non-chicken eater, and 2 lactose intolerants! Drives dear hubby crazy! Thus as I head into the farmers market I have no idea what I am looking for. Hoping inspiration will hit and then I WILL know what’s for supper before I need to get cooking! Continue reading “Roasted Vegetable and Kale Soup”
Weight loss, cancer prevention, heart health, antioxidants, youthful skin….
This list seems endless when we get into the health benefits of tea consumption. Blog posts, news articles and even medical journals have these bases covered; several times over! Instead, today let’s have a cup, for no better reason than pure enjoyment! Continue reading “My Love Affair With Tea!”
Many times we push, we push for things we want not often for those that we need. We push for the things that we think will be best for us. We avoid those things that are hard.
Sometimes we are pushed; pushed into directions that we never thought we would end up in. When this happens things tend to fall together in ways we never imagined. 3 years ago I never would have considered that I would be taking this direction. My blog has been many things over years. My focus has always been natural health, wellness and yoga. Now I stray. Continue reading “Food, Health, Healing”
Gentle Yoga For Aging Bodies
Expand your teaching repertoire and make yoga accessible to an ever growing demographic! Learn how to sequence with a chair and other props!
This training looks at how the body changes with age and how to adapt yoga asana for these changes. Continue reading “Teacher Training”
Gluten Free Services for Food Industry
With the rise of Celiac disease and gluten intolerance many restaurants and food service facilities are choosing to offer gluten free alternatives; but how gluten free is your food really? Cross contamination and/or improper preparation can leave a patron very ill and leave your facility with bad reviews. Continue reading “Corporate Services”
I believe that each of us has the ability to be happy and healthy, naturally.
The number 1 thing I have learned is Education is our best defense. Yes there is a time and place for every type of medical intervention. Holistic Medicine and Yoga Therapy are the best in way of prevention and recovery.
Many chronic illnesses are caused by an imbalance in the natural system. Where pharmaceuticals add to this imbalance, natural therapies aim to rebalance the body to promote self healing.