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Get your honey fix with these tasty recipes

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As we approach hay fever season it’s a good idea to try fight off the symptoms with the age old solution of honey. Particularly beneficial is a local honey so go check out your local grocery store for a honey from your nearby bee keeper. The following recipes can be integrated into your weekly recipes but for a daily honey intake try to get into a routine of having honey, lemon and ginger water when you wake each morning. Nutty fruit smoothie 120ml water 60g soya yoghurt 75g raspberries 1/4 medium banana 2tbsp walnuts 1tbsp blanched almonds 1tbsp honey ice cubes Blend…

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Ease Hayfever with Chamomile

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 Chamomile tea An antioxidant and antihistamine, chamomile tea also contains flavonoids and acts     effectively as an anti-inflammatory agent. While best taken as a cuppa during the day, chamomile tea can also be used as an eye compress. The compress provides a cooling effect to swollen, red eyes caused by hay fever and reduces irritability considerably. When to take: Daily – as a cuppa, or as an eye compress. Make sure to use a fresh compress for each eye to avoid infection. Making and using a compress: Step 1 – Submerge an instant chamomile teabag in water. Leave it…

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New classes, New teachers at Studio iO

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Yoga Nidra with Valerie Watkinson Yoga nidra is an effective deep body relaxation, with an awareness that allows the    whole body is be nourished and relieved from the stresses of everyday life. When we sleep everything shuts down, including the conscious mind, therefore relaxation becomes incomplete somewhere, and we can still waken feeling tired and sluggish. Through yoga nidra the body is relaxed but through a conscious mind, allowing relaxation to work on a deeper level. As we connect deep with the internal and external body, becoming aware of each sensation, from the tips of the toes, pouring out…

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Weight Loss Eating Psychology Workshop

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Weight Loss Eating Psychology Yoga Workshop Sue Bradley is a certified Eating Psychology Coach and Yoga teacher. This workshop premiered at the Brighton Yoga Festival in July Eating Psychology begins where nutrition ends – nutritionists tell you WHAT to eat; I am more interested in HOW you eat and WHO you are as an eater. Come to this workshop if you have been dieting for many years unsuccessfully and want to try a new approach to weight loss, have IBS or other digestive issue, are an emotional or a binge eater, or if you are simply interested in eating in…

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