Tips for International Students Settling into Byron Bay
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1w ago
Welcome to Byron Bay, a coastal paradise renowned for its pristine beaches, vibrant culture, and laid-back lifestyle. As an international student embarking on your journey here, you’re about to experience the beauty and charm of this unique Australian town. To help you settle in smoothly and make the most of your time in Byron Bay, we’ve compiled some practical tips and insights just for you. Finding Accommodation: Start Early: Begin your accommodation search well in advance to secure the best options. Whether you’re looking for a shared house, apartment, or homestay, starting early ensure ..read more
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How to create a mindful and sustainable festive season
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2M ago
As the festive season approaches, it’s easy to get caught up in the stress. In a world that’s constantly evolving, adopting conscious choices, especially at this time, can make a significant impact on both your well-being and the environment. We’ve put together a few simple suggestions to help ensure you have a more relaxing, mindful and sustainable festive season. 1. Mindful Gift-Giving Try shifting your focus from materialistic presents to meaningful gifts that contribute to well-being. Options could be experiences like spa vouchers, cooking classes, or vouchers to local restaurants. Bet ..read more
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Understanding Hormonal Cycles for Better Well-Being
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3M ago
Understanding the intricate dance of hormones within your body can be a game-changer when it comes to managing your well-being. Your monthly cycle, driven by hormones like estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone, plays a crucial role in influencing various aspects of your life, from mood and energy levels to relationships and overall health. Let’s delve into the two phases of your monthly cycle and explore how you can harness the power of your hormonal fluctuations. 1. The Menstrual Phase: Embracing Rest and Reflection The menstrual phase, kicking off on day one of your cycle, marks the b ..read more
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Transform Your Life: How Ayurveda Can Help with Common Lifestyle Issues
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3M ago
In our fast-paced and modern world, it’s common to face a myriad of lifestyle issues that can impact our overall well-being. Stress, digestive problems, weight management, sleep disorders, and hormonal imbalances are just a few of the challenges many of us encounter on a daily basis. If you’re seeking holistic solutions that go beyond quick fixes, Ayurveda might be the answer you’ve been looking for. Understanding Ayurveda: The Science of Life Ayurveda is an ancient system of holistic healing that originated in India over 5,000 years ago. The word “Ayurveda” itself means “the science of li ..read more
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Yoga Teacher Training: In-Person or Online?
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6M ago
The path to becoming a certified yoga teacher can be life-changing, and choosing the right yoga course is a big decision. One decision you will need to make is whether to complete your yoga teacher training course in person or opt for the online route. At Byron Yoga Centre, we firmly believe in the transformative power of in-person YTT. Here are just four advantages to completing a YTT course face-to-face. Benefit from Personal Attention on Your YTT At the heart of yoga is the connection between the teacher and the student. On an in-person YTT, you experience this connection firsthand ..read more
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Sweet Ginger Bites
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1y ago
Ingredients: 3 Medium pieces of fresh ginger (peeled) 3 Tsp honey or maple syrup 5 Tbls raw or coconut sugar 1 Orange 3 Tbls coconut oil (melted) 3 Tbls maple syrup 2 Tbls cacao powder + a pinch of salt Method: Preparing the Ginger 1. Slice the ginger into pieces – the size of a 20 cent coin. 2. Place the sliced ginger in a small pot and fill with water so the ginger is totally covered. Bring to the boil and allow to simmer for 10 minutes. 3. Drain the water (you can drink this as a ginger tea!). 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 with fresh water, draining that water and set aside the ginger. 5. U ..read more
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Potato salad recipe
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1y ago
INGREDIENTS 1kg Potatoes boiled cooled and cut into cubes 3-4 Tbls pickled caper berries 1 Bunch of dill chopped Mayo: 1 Cup soy milk 2 Tbls apple cider vinegar 2 Tbls lime juice 1 Tsp salt 1 Tbls dijon mustard 1 Cup of oil (we used rice bran oil) METHOD 1. Blend all mayo ingredients until smooth 2. Combine mayo with cooled potatoes, capers, and dill 3. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste The post Potato salad recipe appeared first on Byron Yoga ..read more
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Coriander pesto
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1y ago
INGREDIENTS Handful of coriander Handful of rocket 1/2 tbsp salt 1/2 tbsp pepper 1 tbsp nutritional yeast 3 tbsp lemon juice 5 tbsp water 1 cup of raw cashews   METHOD Place all the ingredients in a blender or a food processor and pulse or blend to your desired texture. The post Coriander pesto appeared first on Byron Yoga ..read more
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Elise’s Choc Peppermint Slice
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1y ago
– Made to fit 30cm x 24cm tray – INGREDIENTS Base 2 cups walnuts 1 cup pitted medjool dates Pinch of salt 4 Tbsp cocoa or cacao 4 Tbsp melted coconut oil Mint Layer 2 cups cashews (soaked) 1 cup fresh peppermint leaves (please note that this is different to normal mint) ½ cup maple syrup 1 can full cream coconut cream ½ cup melted coconut oil ** Please note – if you don’t have access to fresh peppermint, you can add a few drops of food grade peppermint essential oil instead.** Choc Layer 1½ cups melted coconut oil 1½ cups maple syrup 1 cup cocoa or cacao Pinch of salt   METHOD Base Proc ..read more
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ELISE’S FESTIVE SHORTBREAD
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2y ago
Gluten Free & Vegan Makes 35 Biscuits INGREDIENTS DRY 2 Cups plain gluten free flour 1 Cup almond meal 1 tsp baking powder Pinch of salt WET 1/2 cup rice malt syrup 1/4 cup + 1 Tbs coconut oil 1/2 tsp vanilla METHOD 1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees celcius 2.Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl 3. Add wet ingredients and stir until well combined 4. Roll dough out onto baking paper and use a cookie cutter to cut into shapes, or roll into small balls and press down with a fork. Aim for the the dough to be about 5mm thick. 5. Add sprinkles or other toppings of choice or leave plain 6 ..read more
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