Raw Kale, apple & crunchy Walnut Salad

    This raw kale salad is a real treat for the taste buds. Antioxidant-rich kale is even better for you when eaten raw. Thin strips are softened in a light mustard and honey dressing, then tossed with the savory-sweet blend of apple, lemon and candied walnuts. It’s so easy to make and you will love it! Ingredients […]

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Homemade Almond Butter with a pinch of pink salt

You will need to exercise some patience to make this and have a very good food processor! Add your almonds to the bowl of your food processor, fitted with an “S” blade. Add the lid, get the food processor running, and let it do all the work! Be prepared, the food processor will be running […]

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Raw Basil & Almond Butter Pesto

   I have a beautiful and super simple pesto for you. I made this pesto with the ingredients I had on hand: whole almonds, lots of basil, garlic, lemons, salt and olive oil. I consider pesto a fridge staple,  I make it so often because it is the perfect summer lunch or supper. We all love it with […]

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Raw Coconut Macaroons that melt in your mouth!

The easiest macaroons you’ll ever make. All you need is a spare 20mins. They are gluten, sugar, dairy and egg free and kids love them!   1 1/2 cups unsweetened shredded coconut 1 tbsp. coconut flour 1/4 tsp. pink himalayan salt (Oops forgot to add this in the picture!) 2 tbsp. coconut oil (melted & wait until its […]

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Raw Chocolate Pistachio & Cranberry Slice (Sugar, Gluten & Dairy Free)

I will only ever blog about recipes I feel truly passionate about or that friends & family have expressed how superb it is. OMG, this is definitely one of those recipes……… it is seriously yummy! It is super healthy; to me that means sugar, dairy and gluten free. I mixed labneh (see foot note), melted […]

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Satya Yoga was established in London in 2003 by Zena Kidd-May, who taught yoga to private individuals at her London studio for several years.

My Thursday Satya yoga classes have been a tremendous help for my chronic back problems. I don't know if it is the gentle warm-up, often skipped or rushed in other exercise classes, the yoga postures, properly explained, or the extended cool-down, with props such as weighted beanbags, cushions and blankets. All I know is that my back feels infinitely better. I'm glad I took the advice from my osteopath to find a yoga class and to have come across Satya Yoga. I highly recommend it!

Manja Uglow

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