Journal Archive

Sweet Potatoe & Buckwheat Waffles

Wednesday 10th November, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

 

This delicious brunch inspo is a lighter alternative to regular waffles or bread!

Chocolate Hazelnut Oats

Tuesday 2nd November, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

Two words: CHOCOLATE + HAZELNUT.

Which is basically Nutella. Which a lot of us love.

This chocolate hazelnut overnight oats recipe has major Nutella vibes thanks to the perfect (naturally sweetened!) mixture of cocoa powder and hazelnuts. It’s creamy, EASY, and tastes like a major treat.

Raw Coconut bites

Monday 1st November, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

 

If you don’t like coconut…look away now! The natural coconut runs through all the layers. They are raw and unbaked, which means you are getting the most nutritional value from all the good ingredients, like the cacao and the coconut oil.

Spelt Bread

Tuesday 26th October, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

This Easy No Yeast Vegan Bread is so super quick and super easy to make. The preparation will take you 15 to 20 minutes and the baking takes 35 minutes. All this meaning, it will be less than an hour from start to the finished and ready bread for you to taste.

 

Healthy Protein Magnum

Thursday 3rd June, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

Having healthy treats on hand is the best way to stick to your food goals all day long. These Mini Protein Magnums are  so easy and healthy! They are the perfect spring and summer treat.

Honey & Oat Protein Bars

Tuesday 18th May, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

Having healthy treats on hand is the best way to stick to your food goals all day long. We keep healthy snacks in our purses or gym bags so that we have something light and delicious on hand when we’re feeling hungry.

These energy-boosting, protein bites are perfect for those on-the-go moments. The fiber from the oats in this recipe helps keep you full throughout the day.

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Pilates

Pilates is the perfect class for people of all ages. The movements are designed to tone the body, improve posture, balance and joint mobility. Pilates is also popular with athletes since it helps them develop whole body strength and flexibility which help reduce the risk of injury.

What sets Pilates apart is its focus on toning the muscles with springs, bands, or your own body weight. Pilates demands intense focus, the way that exercises are done is more important than the exercises themselves. Pilates aims for elegant economy of movement, creating flow through the use of appropriate transitions. Once precision has been achieved, the exercises are intended to flow within and into each other in order to build strength and stamina. In other words, the Pilates technique asserts that physical energy exerted from the center should coordinate movements of the extremities. The stability ball, light weights, and resistance bands are some of the equipment used during the class.

Our journal

Browse through our informative fitness related articles, discover the latest fitness trends and great tasting nutritional ideas.

Chocolate Hazelnut Oats
Tuesday 2nd November, 2021 ●  Sarah Agius
Two words: CHOCOLATE + HAZELNUT. Which is basically Nutella. Which a lot of us love. This chocolate hazelnut overnight oats recipe has major Nutella vibes thanks to the perfect (naturally sweetened!) mixture of cocoa powder and hazelnuts. It’s creamy, EASY, and tastes like a major treat.
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Raw Coconut bites
Monday 1st November, 2021 ●  Sarah Agius
  If you don’t like coconut…look away now! The natural coconut runs through all the layers. They are raw and unbaked, which means you are getting the most nutritional value from all the good ingredients, like the cacao and the coconut oil.
Read More