1 chopped Onion
4 finely chopped cloves of garlic
1 can of Kidney beans
Handful of cherry tomatoes
1. Spiralise the courgette
2. Gently simmer the onion and garlic in olive oil
3. Mash up half of the kidney beans in a bowl and add to the pan along with remainng beans.
4. Add a good dash of balsamic and salt/pepper.
5. Add the courgette and cover all ingredients with the passata.
6. Allow to simmer until thick, add in the full cherry tomatoes a few minutes before serving.
7. Garnish with basil leaves and flaked almonds.
With all of this week’s astrology pointing toward having fun and living in our own world of dreams, it really made me stop and think-when was the last time I really embraced my inner child? As in really had fun, let go and been carefree. I could probably count the times in the last year on one hand, which isn’t enough really. This has led me to re-think frustration I face in my practice. Not being able to do something in my practice and falling over repeatedly can at times prompt frustration, naturally. Learning to do something difficult aids in...
1 Bunch of Parsley/Corriander mixed
1 cup soaked cashews (in almond milk)
3 tbsp nutritional yeast
1 juice of lemon
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
2 finely chopped garlic shoots
salt and pepper
1. Blitz all of the sauce ingredients together in a food processor or nutri bullet.
2. Cook noodles
3. Add cooked noodles to sauce on the heat, stir for 2 mins.
4. Serve with optional flaked almonds and basil as a garnish.
I stopped eating meat after a road trip across the USA nearly 10 years ago. I had been eating fast food for 3 months on the road and felt like the trash I had been consuming. I flew to Australia from LA and as soon as the plane landed, I made a decision to consciously cut meat out from my diet. I continued to eat fish and dairy, before too long, the thought of meat never really entered my mind, I was over it.
However, my diet still wasn’t great. I was eating a lot of processed foods still and under...
We all have days where we're not in the mood. Tired, overworked, racked with guilt that you haven't moved your body in a week (or so).... Excuses are another way of entering into self destruction mode. Nobody is too busy for 10mins a day, now is the time to change your habits. Here are my tips for establishing a regular practice and making each time on the mat count toward making you stronger, calmer and more aligned with your true self.
First thing to note; now I'm sure you've heard this one before, but-stepping onto the mat is the hardest part....