Yoga for Children

Hi everyone! Recently I got many enquiries about yoga for children, so I decided to give it a try. We will have a tester class on the 8th of April, Wednesday, right after Easter (time to be confirmed). This class will be 60 min long. I am planning on combining yoga and simple dance sequences to keep it fun and entertaining, and to work on improving children’s posture. We would also focus on other aspects of […]

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Recipe: Kale crisps

***KALE CRISPS*** (anti-Candida diet-friendly, free of: gluten, wheat, yeast, sugar, dairy, nuts)   Preparation: 15 min Cooking: 25/35 min   Ingredients: two large bowls of kale, fine salt, 1 tsp of black pepper, 2 tbsp of coconut oil.   Instructions: Heat oven to 275°F – 135°C. Wash the kale and dry thoroughly. Cut out and discard stems and center ribs from kale. Place in a large bowl, tearing any large leaves into smaller pieces. Melt […]

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Recipe: Anti-Candida diet: crackers

Many people ask me what do I eat while on Candida diet. Food variety is important when you are not allowed to eat so many products. Although, anti-Candida diet is very strict, it doesn’t have to be boring! Something very simple,  that I miss on my diet, are crackers. I made two options for different toppings. The first version is spicy, great with home-made guacamole, or soft goat’s cheese (if your diet allows). The second […]

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Recipe: Anti-Candida diet: pancakes

Hi everyone! Pancake Tuesday is just around the corner, and while some of you might be able to enjoy original wheat flour and sugary pancakes, others are not so lucky! Many of us, after the Christmas feast, are on healthy diets or even more strict, like anti-Candida diet. The recipe below doesn’t cal for ANY sugar, grains, yeast or milk. If your diet allows sweeteners, please feel free to add two tbsp of honey or […]

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Downward Facing Dog – Adho Mukha Svanasana

Downward Facing Dog – Adho Mukha Svanasana 1. Start on all fours: -Have the wrists underneath the shoulders and knees underneath the hips*. -Spread the fingers, press the knuckles, thumbs and index fingers down, have the wrist-crease in line with top of the mat. -Outwardly rotate the upper arms, broadening the collarbones. -Curl the toes under. 2. Raise the knees few inches off the floor. 3. Push the hips back to the hills. 4.Slowly raise […]

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