This month sees the launch of the new la Chispa web site, overhauled recently to bring us up to date, easier to access and more interactive. Building on the success of previous versions of lachispa.net, the new site retains its high quality content and comprehensive online resource directory, southern Spain’s alternative Yellow Pages, as well as exhaustive events guide to classes, courses, concerts and festivals.
The resource directory now has over 2,000 entries – www.lachispa.net/resourcedirectory, so whatever you are looking for – yoga teachers, acupuncturists, organic suppliers or eco-builders – are all easily found listed in one of over 100 categories, or through the robust search feature built into the site. If you’ve missed any issue of La Chispa you can catch up with all the articles online and read the magazine in its print format as well. People with events coming up can add their own through the online form helping to keep the web site up to date and comprehensive. This interactive feature has been developed throughout the site and especially in the new online forum – www.lachispa.net/forum, designed to help people looking for their eco-holistic solutions get answers quickly and directly. Visit the web site, www.lachispa.net, and go to the forum page where you can post any question or subject or help others looking for information, advice and ideas. Looking for a specific product? A certain therapy? Have an enquiry about natural building materials? Someone will be able to help. Post the query on our forum and get the answer you need.
People looking for regular updates on all things Chispa can sign up to our ever growing email newsletter – www.lachispa.net/newsletter – which is sent out every two weeks to nearly 5,000 people with more up to date news and information about what is happening in the colourful world of alternative Andalucía. As with everything we do, the newsletter is published in English and Spanish, and we will maintain this commitment to bilingual publishing throughout the web site.
With so much happening down here in southern Spain, the newsletter and updated web site will help people to find the courses and classes that they are interested in and make sure they don’t miss out on any important gatherings and events.
Another new addition to the web site is an online shop – www.lachispa.net/shop, which is a great place to find eco-products and natural health accessories and will be expanding over the coming year. Ordering is easy and secure and if you can’t find what you are looking for let us know and we’ll try and add it to our catalogue.
We continue to be very grateful to our loyal readers. You help keep the magazine alive and interesting with your support, and we hope that you enjoy the new web site and that it becomes another useful resource for all of us looking to build a healthier, more sustainable world.
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