Entries by leochan

Prana Space is loving…. Kids Giving Back

Our very dear Saturday morning regular, Ruth Tofler-Riesel has started up such an exciting kids charity organisation that I am really proud to endorse it on our pages. Her programme is called Kids Giving Back. Here’s how she describes it.

Healthy Oat & Apricot Breakfast Slice

I am a sucker for muesli cookies at cafes… they seem so healthy, yet deep inside I know they’re just a cake in the guise of a “health slice”. I have been cooking this oat slice for past few months which is equally as tasty, totally healthy … even fussy Mademoiselle 14 months, who refuses […]

Ow- Shoulder Pain!!

A Sequence to Ease Winter Shoulder Pain By the way- welcome to our brand new, well needed, blog category- Posture Sequencing. I get the feeling i am going to have to perfect the image attachments… so enjoy our first yoga therapy sequence blog post with images very poorly placed on the page!! I have been hearing […]

Ayurvedic Tips for Winter

Winter is kapha season!! Our kapha element keeps us grounded, stable, strong, reliable, punctual, literal. Our joints stay lubricated and supple. Kapha helps us concentrate, meditate, stay unflustered. In a vata city like Sydney, where everything and everyone is stressing, on the go and in a rush from 6am onwards, there is need for more […]

Bindu- the 8th Chakra

If you’ve been following our chakra series over the last 7 newsletters, you will have read alot about opening the 7 chakras to reach enlightenment. Less is discussed about the 8th chakra– Bindu. Bindu means point or drop and is the original point of creation of the whole body. At a universal level, entire existence […]

India Fever!!- Paneer Recipe

Just thinking about our  India Trip in July is making me excited about the food. I can’t go to India, or even an Indian Restaurant without ordering Palak Paneer- the divine curd like cheese served in a creamy spinach sauce. I have searched local Indian delis for paneer and am always told it “just sold […]

The reluctant vegetarian!!- Lentil Stew.

When i commenced my yoga journey in my early twenties (in the late nineties!!) I chose the vegetarian path. Not a healthy vegetarian path as I basically eliminated meat from my diet without learning about suitable protein and iron sources, but I was conscious of our connection to nature and wanted to do my bit […]