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Three Autumn Soups for the Doshas

Three Autumn Soups for the Doshas

These three soups provide different qualities to help balance he doshas throughout Autumn. Although Autumn is considered Vata season, dominated by air and space, It's not only Vata dosha that feels the change in season. By observing the qualities of the doshas we can...

Lotus Ayurveda: Autumn Wellness Guide

Lotus Ayurveda: Autumn Wellness Guide

Our Ayurvedic Autumn Cleanse can help us develop a daily routine to support our health and well being as we move through Autumn. Although autumn is considered to be more prominently Vata season, we all benefit from observing the changes in season and aligning...

Sage, Butternut Squash Pasta

Sage, Butternut Squash Pasta

It’s definitely a ‘hug in a bowl’ kinda meal. Sweet, comforting and grounding. I wouldn’t have this every day, but on the days I do….I most definitely feel I deserve it. The perfect Autumn recipe to refuel after a busy day. Ingredients: Serves 4 1 medium onion  1/2...

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Homemade yoghurt anyone? Why bother? How effective are probiotic yoghurts for gut health? It is widely recognised that naturally fermented foods, like yoghurt, contain probiotic cultures which promote a healthy gut ecosystem. But how much of the ‘friendly bacteria’ are we actually getting from each little pot of yoghurt? A healthy gut can prevent a multitude of problems, so with all this in mind I decided to try making my own homemade yoghurt. ⬇️Ingredients – • a good quality probiotic ‘live” yoghurt• 1L milk(I used goat yoghurt and goat milk, but you can use what you like the taste of)The How To – • Heat milk to around 87ºC - just before it boils if you don’t have a thermometer• Allow it to cool to 46ºC - until you can hold your finger in it for a few seconds• Slowly add the warm milk to a couple of tablespoons of your shop bought yoghurt. (This is the last time you’ll need to buy yoghurt as you will use a few tablespoons of the one you have made to repeat the process.)• You now need to maintain this temperature for at least 8 hours. I used a dehydrator which can hold a low temperature. You could also transfer it to a thermos flask or warm sunny window ledge in summer.• I maintained the temperature for around 15 hours. The result was a delicious, thick, creamy, probiotic yoghurt, which passed the most difficult taste test of all… the children ate it! 🙌#guthealth #healthyrecipes #homemade ... See MoreSee Less
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Our next Beginner�#pilatesreformerormer course starts on Thursday 16th May and there's just two spaces left ‼️This 5-week course is the perfect introducti#pilatesreformeresReformer and will lead you seamlessly into #pilatesr #Pilates classes.Find out more and book your space via the Bsport app or message us ➡Beginner's Reformer Pilates Course - 6.30pm Thursday 16th May ... See MoreSee Less
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