Archive for December, 2016

Simple Mexican Quinoa Salad

Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein also high in fibre, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and has many beneficial antioxidants.  Its versatile and delicious too! Recipe:   2 cups cooked quinoa 1 can black beans 1 red capsicum cut into tiny pieces (I like the bullhorn) 1 cup cucumber cut into

PLANTIFY YOUR BODY TO BETTER HEALTH

    Start the year well and enjoy 20% off all new bookings in January The festive season is behind us, however, our happy indulgences are still with us. You probably had a lovely time filling your body with lots of different treats and hopefully your heart was filled too! Now it’s back to normal

5 Steps to positive change

Happy New Year!  Is it though? Does this picture look familiar?  Every year, the beginning of January tends to put us under pressure to write the traditional list of “New Year’s Resolutions.”  These usually involve tasks to better ourselves; to reset the gage; to change something; to give up something, to do something fulfilling and

Hypnosis – the fast way to retrain your brain

    Hypnosis is known as the fast track therapy because it works within 3-6 sessions rather than over many months or years with other types of therapy. How does it work? The brain operates on different levels of consciousness, ranging from fully alert through asleep, with variations in between. Hypnotic states occur naturally and

Fruit Mince Pies

  Why not bake your own traditional mince pies – a great school holiday activity with the kids. Once you’ve tasted home baked you’ll never buy pre-made them again. Don’t forget to leave one out for Santa! Makes about 20   700 gm shortcrust pastry 1 egg beaten lightly Caster sugar for sprinkling   Fruit

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