Calgary's Two Penny Restaurant & Teahouse, opens!
Torres wines. romantic, aromatic and delicious. The only wine you should be bringing to thanksgiving dinner.
I came across this post a few months back and thought I'd give it a try. It didn't come out as beautiful as how Greenhouse Juice had it, but it was absolutely delicious. Here are the ingredients that they used in the porridge:
Whether it's sipping on mojitos in Mexico or mai thais in the Polynesians, cocktails seem to always be associated with relaxation and vacation mode. Here are a few of my cocktails picks that you can sip on all summer long.
I've always thought I was meant to be a french girl. Their natural finesse and carefree lifestyle just appeals to me. For now though, I'll settle for making my home a little more parisenne. Check out these cute home decor inspirations!
The concept of Pinnovate studio is unique. The studio offers courses and classes and allows you to book a group appointment
It's 4 weeks until the official start of Spring. It's about darn time, if you ask me. A change of scenery and weather and life is definitely needed. This winter wasn't too bad. No blizzards, no sever hail storms or snow storms. It was a pleas
Kat Von D resurrects her two popular fragrances, Sinner and Saint. Have a look at which one I prefer...
Honesty in ingredients and in methods has increased in importance for me when I purchase products.
The truth in yoga: the aesthetic of the pose is not the goal.
Becoming flexible is not the goal; touching your feet to your toes and standing on your hands is not the goal.
This pose is called, "Gomukhasana" or Cow's Pose. The symbolism behind this pose is nonviolence, nurturance and generosity. The discovery of true Self.
This pose is a twist pose for discernment and activates the first 6 chakras with focus on the third (digestive) and sixth (nervous system/mind) chakras.
It's been a long, emotional, exhausting ,and a lot of the time, frustrating fitness journey, but I'm learning. I'm learning to listen to my body and understand how food works for me. My will power, over the padte w months have also gotten stronger. Mostly because of my trainer, Gary Owen, from Richmond World Health, but though my progress has been slow, there's progress.
I've been practicing yoga on my own for a few years now. Recently though, my yoga practice hasn't been serious. Still, I somehow incorporate some yoga pose into my workout at the gym when the aerobics room. I practice handstands, backbends and use some yoga poses to stretch out my muscles after a long and grueling weight training workout.