We love popsicles around here in the summer. What’s not to love? But better than store bought popsicles, are the ones you can make at home. Home made popsicles are delicious, bursting with freshness and best of all, they do not contain any nasty preservatives, toxic color or excess sugar that are replete in conventional […]
For clear soft skin with a lot of sweetness. Who said you’ve got to quit sugar after the holidays. This simple face mask has the healing and sweet benefits of raw honey and turmeric and the goodness of fresh cream – if you’re vegan use some coconut cream instead. Sip some warm tea, light a […]
Regulate and sustain your immunity as we move into the cooler months with this simple ayurvedic tea that will warm you up inside out!!!
“Cooking is at once child’s play and adult joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love.” Craig Claiborne If you don’t “cook” daily or often, cooking can often seem so laborious. Yet if you look at it as a way of creating nourishment for yourself and those you love, it becomes an act […]
Hello dear readers, I’m finally back in one of my favourite cities in the world, Vancouver, BC. Honestly, there is almost no other place I would rather be in the summer. It is the one season we forget the damp, cool, rainy climes of the North West and embrace the seemingly endless days of sunshine with abandon […]
If you follow my instagram feed, you may notice that I often post pictures of some of my cold-pressed juice and smoothie concoctions. What you may also know about me is that I study Ayurveda, the ancient philosophy of healing from India, which offers practical advice on every aspect of our lives, but specifically how we […]
falling into a blogging filled autumn after a summer hiatus…
Feeling inspired after a “Cultivating Prana” a weekend of Vinyasa Yoga and Ayurveda with master teachers Dr. Robert Svoboda, Dr. Claudia Welch and Dr. Scott Blossom.
here’s some clips from my recent appearance on a local Vancouver TV show, urban rush, with Mike + Fiona, two hosts who are incredibly perceptive, fun and make everything entertaining yet interesting…
we made some chai, from scratch. enjoy.
Contrary to popular belief, an oh-too-sweet chai latte at Starbucks is really not the same as a cup of home-brewed “masala” chai, which is what I grew up with in India. You simmer a varying combination of delicious spices that warm up milk into a balancing brew that’s perfect for a cold winter day, something I love especially here in the damp climate of the Pacific Northwest.