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The Yoga Kitchen

Author : Kimberley Parsons
ISBN : 9781849498982
Genre : Vegetarian cooking
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The Yoga Kitchen teaches you that by eating holistic recipes you can nourish your mind, strengthen your body and bring more balance into your life. All the recipes are vegetarian and gluten-free, allowing you to improve your health, build your inner-core, increase your energy and support your spiritual development. Kimberly Parsons is the owner of The Retreat Cafes, that have become an integral part of London’s yoga scene, and in her first book she brings her healthful recipes and yogic principles straight into your kitchen.
Category: Vegetarian cooking

The Yoga Kitchen Plan

Author : Kimberly Parsons
ISBN : 9781787133259
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Yoga Kitchen Plan is a soulful journey towards finding your best, most authentic self where a quiet mind and overall sense of calm are the ultimate goal. Through the use of pure, non-stimulating foods, the plan helps the reader reach a state of bliss and tranquility each day. The book starts by explaining the body's chakra system and how this is integral to a yogic lifestyle. The core of the book is the simple, 7-day plan which incorporates breathing exercises, meditations, basic yoga practice, daily tasks, and then a selection of recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that target each of your 7 chakras to take you through a whole week. The 80 recipes follow a sattvic food model – this means that the food is lacto-vegetarian i.e. fruit, vegetables and dairy predominate while stimulating foods that unsettle the mind are excluded, such as eggs, garlic, onion and caffeine. Examples include Raspberry & Apple Bircher with Pistachio Confetti; Blueberry & Basil Kombucha with Poached Pear & Rhubarb; Fennel, Beetroot & Orange Salad with Whipped Feta; and Grilled Lettuce, Corn & Black Bean Chop Salad.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Yoga Kitchen

Author : Marlien Wright
ISBN : 1431424048
Genre : Cooking (Natural foods)
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The Yoga Kitchen celebrates nourishing wholefoods that enables you to reclaim your inherent power to heal your digestive system and boost immunity, and help you to forge healthy new habits, not restrictions. This collection of recipes will inspire you to return to the kitchen to create delicious simple, satisfying and nutritious meals that will appeal to the whole family. All the recipes are gluten, grain and dairy free, and based on the 'Food Combining' principles that promote good digestion and nutrient absorption, weight loss and an alkaline body. Extras: * highlighted health benefits of each recipe * the Yoga Kitchen 21-day meal plan to reboot your metabolism * an A-Z guide to the sources and roles of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients * traditional recipes for bone broth, cultured vegetables and sprouting that will transform your health * essential pantry ingredients and lifestyle tips
Category: Cooking (Natural foods)

The Yoga Plate

Author : Tamal Dodge
ISBN : 9781683643517
Genre : Cooking
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“The Yoga Plate brings us compassion and living right for our families, our planet and our animals—a beautiful offering for good all around.” —Julie Piatt and Rich Roll, bestselling authors, wellness leaders, chefs, and podcast hosts Discover 108 nourishing and delicious vegan recipes in the first modern cookbook to marry yoga’s principle of ahimsa with nutrition. We take a lot of care when it comes to choosing the proper clothing for yoga, the right accessories, the best studio—but primary to these considerations is an often overlooked yet vital component of practice: our diet. How we eat might be the most important aspect of an effective practice. How we eat is a huge component to the practice because it represents how we treat and nourish ourselves. By changing the way we eat physically and consciously, we can put ourselves on the path to greater well-being. In The Yoga Plate, LA-based yoga power couple Tamal and Victoria Dodge introduce readers to the philosophy of yoga as it is reflected in our eating choices. The 108 recipes are designed according to the concept of ahimsa, or non-harm. “Consciously or not, we can cause a lot of harm with our eating habits,” explain the authors. “Living with ahimsa means we try to cause the least harm possible to all living creatures.” Each recipe takes you through your daily practice of yoga, starting with “Morning Meditations,” where you’ll find smoothies and breakfasts to fuel and power you through the day; “A Plate Full of Prana,” with snacks, soups, and salads to revitalize your system; “A Bowl Full of Yin,” with recipes to help cultivate a centered mood; and “Sweet Savasana” for restorative and beneficial dessert options. A well-rounded yoga practice includes a conscious approach to the things we eat. With The Yoga Plate, readers can make each meal a sacred activity to support both our practice and well-being.
Category: Cooking

Bend Food

Author : Sara Rishforth
ISBN : 9781439664469
Genre : Social Science
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The views surrounding Bend don't exactly conjure notions of traditional farmland. Snowy mountains frame open vistas dotted with gnarled juniper trees and sagebrush. By day, the landscape is blanketed under a blazing sun, while cold nights bring relief beneath bright stars. Despite these extremes, agriculture thrives, thanks to the hard work of dedicated farmers and ranchers. Irrigated fields support bountiful crops at Fields Farm and Mahonia Gardens. Farmers' markets, most notably at NorthWest Crossing, bustle with people buying local produce, dairy, eggs, meat and honey. Visit places like the Great American Egg to learn about the business of raising chickens and Jackson's Corner for a delicious sample of what eating local tastes like. Author Sara Rishforth goes behind the scenes to present the story of the local farm-to-table movement.
Category: Social Science

Yoga Kitchen

Author : Faith Stone
ISBN : 1888386231
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Cooking with shakti, applying the principles of Ayurveda to your cooking, eating in harmonywith the seasons--all these promote health and well-being while supporting a dynamic spiritual practice. Let the mastercooks of Shoshoni Yoga Retreat inspire the practice of mindfulness in the kitchen.
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The Yoga Teacher

Author : Alexandra Gray
ISBN : 0802170552
Genre : Fiction
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Disillusioned pharmaceutical sales rep Grace quits her job in order to pursue her dream of teaching yoga. During her time studying at the Bodhi Tree Foundation, a romance is kindled through letters from an acquaintance from home in London.
Category: Fiction

Yoga Journal

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For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.
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The Kripalu Kitchen

Author : Jeremy Rock Smith
ISBN : 9781984817303
Genre : Cooking
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A lavishly illustrated cookbook featuring 125 delicious, easy-to-prepare, revitalizing, and detoxifying recipes from the executive chef at North America’s largest yoga-based healing and education center NAMED ONE OF THE “NEW COOKBOOKS TO BUY THIS SPRING” BY EPICURIOUS • “An eminently useful resource for those looking to expand their repertoire of healthy dishes.”—Publishers Weekly The Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, nestled in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts, attracts more than fifty thousand people a year. Guests flock there not only to deepen their yoga practice but also to experience the healing power of its famously delicious food. Now you can bring Kripalu’s most popular dishes to your own table. Kripalu’s longtime and popular executive chef, Jeremy Rock Smith, embraces a mindful approach to eating and a seasonal approach to cooking. In The Kripalu Kitchen, he offers 125 easy-to-follow mouthwatering recipes, dozens of variations, and countless smart eating strategies designed for a variety of dietary preferences—from vegan and vegetarian to gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free. The 5-ingredient and 30-minute recipes ensure that even the busiest of us can enjoy this phenomenal food. Inside you’ll discover • Bountiful breakfasts: from Coconut French Toast with Thai Ginger Maple Syrup to Vegan Ginger Scones • Restorative preparations: from Kripalu’s famed Morning Broth to the traditional south Indian porridge Upma • Satisfying suppers: from Linguine with Pumpkin Sage “Alfredo” and Kale Pesto to Mushroom Cheesesteaks • Decadent desserts: from Gluten-Free Salted Double Chocolate Chip Cookies to Gluten-Free Whole-Grain Vegan Brownies to Gluten-Free Vegan Swami Kripalu Birthday Cake Honoring the wisdom of Ayurvedic healing practices, The Kripalu Kitchen also includes a simple test to determine your personal nutrition profile, or dosha, and every recipe is marked to guide you toward the optimal diet for your type. More than just a healthy cookbook, The Kripalu Kitchen will revitalize your body and nourish your soul.
Category: Cooking

Tales From The Yoga Studio

Author : Rain Mitchell
ISBN : 9781101478110
Genre : Fiction
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A sparkling new series introducing five unforgettable women who flock to yoga at turning points in their lives and find the gift of lasting friendship. The yoga studio is where daily cares are set aside, mats are unfurled, and physical exertion leads to well-being, renewal, and friendship. An aggressively expanding chain of Los Angeles yoga "experience centers," has Lee and her extraordinary teaching abilities in its sights. They woo her with a lucrative contract, a trademarked name for her classes, and a place for her handsome musician husband. But accepting the contract means abandoning the students at the homey studio Lee runs in L.A.'s Silver Lake district- and leaving behind four women whose friendships are suddenly more important to her than retirement benefits and a salary increase. Tales from the Yoga Studio is an insider's look at the current obsession with yoga, told with enough humor, wit, and warmth to charm and delight readers, whether or not they've ever done a Downward Dog. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction