• Bliss Balls

    June 15, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
    Happy Saturday! Here is the recipe for the protein ‘bliss balls’ that have been served in the meditation classes. Blissful to taste, blissful for your body … on a chilly day like today just pair with a hot cup of herbal tea! Ingredients ½ cup brazil nuts ½ cup almond nuts ½ cup goji berries ½ cup pitted fresh medjool ...
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  • Quote of the Week: June 14th

    June 14, 2019Sarah Collin (1)
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  • The meaning of Aum

    June 9, 2019Sarah Collin (2)
    At the end of my yoga classes now we finish by chanting three ‘Aums’. You may have wondered: why do we Aum? Is Aum a mantra and how might we benefit from this practice? I introduced the chanting of Aum at the request of a student. I then asked my other classes if they too would ...
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  • Quote of the Week: June 7th

    June 7, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
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  • Your Yoga Kit

    June 5, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
    As we go into the cooler months of winter many people in classes start to bring more things to keep themselves warm and comfortable during relaxation. This has prompted me to write about how valuable owning your own yoga kit can be. If you are attending classes in a fully equipped studio you get away with ...
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  • Quote of the Week: May 31st

    May 31, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
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  • Chocolate Bounty Bars

    May 25, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
    The May Flower Blue Moon Soul Spa was special as we were directly under the influence of the full moon. We enjoyed the nourishment of Chocolate Bounty Bars at morning tea time which, contrary to what the name might suggest, were packed with powerful antioxidants from the chocolate. The dates provided a good source of iron, ...
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  • Quote of the Week: May 24th

    May 24, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
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  • Meditation and Mindfulness: what’s the difference?

    May 20, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
    Since the mindfulness trend, I have noticed many people conflating the terms ‘meditation’ and ‘mindfulness’, but there is, in my opinion, a distinct difference. To put it simply, meditation is a learned process where you withdraw your senses and go within. It is not that you are trying to quieten your mind but more that ...
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  • Quote of the Week: May 17th

    May 17, 2019Sarah Collin (0)
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