This is a typical sequence (in fast forward) of the 12 basic asanas (steady poses) in a Sivananda yoga class. Obviously this is the fast forward version, a class typically lasts 90 minutes including the initial relaxation, chanting, Pranayama, Sun Salutations, leg raising exercises, 12 asanas, final relaxation.
It’s kale season & I’m a huge kale fan, whether it’s juicing, in pesto & stews or crisps (chips) ! Make your own healthy snack, it only takes a couple of minutes. Enjoy them straight out of the oven, warm & crispy & healthy !
- a bunch of fresh kale leaves
- a dash of olive oil
- a dash of lemon juice
- 2 tbsp of nutritional yeast
- salt & pepper
- Preheat the oven to 180°C.
- Shred the leaves into smaller sizes (regular chips size).
- Wash & dry the kale leaves.
- Mix all the other ingredients into a big bowl.
- Add the kale leaves and make sure all the leaves are coated with the dressing (add olive oil & lemon juice if needed).
- Spread the leaves out on a paper baking sheet or non-sticky re-usable baking sheet.
- Put in the oven for about 5 minutes or as long as needed until the leaves are crispy.
- ENJOY 🙂
PS: read up on the benefits of kale in a previous post: kale pesto.
The traditional Open Doors event to start the New Year takes place on Sunday 11 January.
There’ll be FREE 60′ yoga classes for adults (12:00, 13:30, 15:00 and 16:30), and children (13:30). Mantra Chanting at 15:00.
Special offers on yoga passes and products.
And, of course, nice yogic company, sattvic snacks and tea!
Free of charge. No pre-registration required, just come along!