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May 7 & 8: La Chispa mini festival ‘a Twist of Lemon’
07/05/2016 - 08/05/2016
Nov 5 – 9: Gnosis of the Land – Rock art in Southern Andalucia
05/11/2015 - 09/11/2015
Oct 9 – 12: Edible forest course
09/10/2015 - 12/10/2015
Spet 11 – 13: Self-sufficiency in health and living
11/09/2015 - 13/09/2015
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Free; An inspiring talk by Olive Retreat about how easy it really is to become healthy. We guide you through the areas of a healthy living applying the OO7 that kick start your change of perspective, which will change how you see whatever has stopped you from becoming happy and healthy. Our Ayurvedic nutritionist and health coach talks about food, exercise, sleep and breathing as the key parts to think about for enhanced physical health.
Gratuito; Una charla inspiradora de Olive Retreat sobre lo fácil que … Continue reading
Do you ever feel concerned about the chemicals in your cleaning products?
About the effects that they might be having on your health, or the health of those around you?
Would you like to make a safer, healthier choice, but don´t know where to look or don´t have time to shop around?
Now you can have a safer, healthier product delivered directly to your door with our online eco-cleaning shop!
Our products are used throughout Europe in some of the best hotels, and they´re now available for you to … Continue reading
Thai massage has been practiced for 2,500 years since monks travelling from India settled in Thailand bringing their medical knowledge together with the traditional Buddhism.
Thanks to its longevity, Thai massage plays an important part in traditional Thai medicine today in the treatment of many illnesses including being used in hospitals and health centres.
Thai massage ims to stimulate the flow of ‘prana’ or vital energy that flows round our bodies through energetic conductors called nadis.
in traditional Thai medicine the nadis system has over 72,000 channels that … Continue reading
Kombucha is a natural drink based on tea. It is organic, refreshing and a commercial version is made locally in Cadiz. The difference from other drinks, including organic ones, is that kombucha has many healthy benefits especially for our digestion. It is rich in vitamins and minerals, including the famous vitamin B12, and on top of the rich taste that is like champagne it has no alcohol and is safe for children to drink. Any sugar content is purely residual and it is safe for … Continue reading
Like many things in the mainstream we often assume there are no other alternatives, whereas over the years La Chispa has shown time and again that not only are there other options, but often they are healthier and more ecological. An excellent example is the question of tampons and sanitary pads, that are used in their millions by people who may not be aware that they are environmentally unfriendly and potentially unhealthy. Fortunately, for all eco women looking for a solution there is the Mooncup, … Continue reading
Did you know that wheatgrass has more vitamin C than oranges or more vitamin A than carrots? Wheatgrass is grown from the red wheat berry, a special strain of wheat that produces high concentrations of chlorophyll, antioxidants, active enzymes, vitamins, vital amino acids and other nutrients. It is one of the most nutrient dense substances on Earth, packed with essential fatty acids and chlorophyll. Wheatgrass is a lush green plant that will eventually become a shaft of wheat, produce grain and be harvested. It has … Continue reading
A traditional doctor would say “take an aspirin, and call me in the morning”. Why not say, as Dr. Robert O. Young might, “take a cucumber, and call me in the morning”?
We know that fruits and vegetables are good for us and we should credit our parents for telling us to eat our greens and salads to grow big and strong, because they were right. To enjoy more energy in life it is a good idea to add more greens to the menu. But why … Continue reading
Eco fairs are becoming a well established part of the Andalucian landscape and one of the more established and longer running fairs is held each year in the city of Málaga. Natura Málaga stands out as a reference point for professionals and public alike, bringing together the organic, health and wellness sectors under one roof at the city’s Palacio de Congresos. Now in its fifth year, the fair will be held over the weekend of May 17 to 19, and will build on last year’s … Continue reading
If we talk about health and the strategies that we have to care for and improve it, the circle starts and finishes at the mouth, particularly with regards to the food we choose to put in it. A conscious diet, with all that implies, is an essential part of any strategy of wellbeing.
In the years that I’ve cultivated a healthy eating style, I have taken the time to travel and experience different ways, but have not really found one in particular that I can declare … Continue reading
Tony Petre’s philosophy for his recently opened Slow Bar, Fuengirola’s first organic restaurant, is simple – good, fresh, seasonal food, reasonably priced with plenty of options and served with a smile.
Located in Avda Acapulco, in the heart of Fuengirola’s Scandinavian community, Slow Bar caters to this market as well as offering macrobiotic vegetarian and Spanish meals. “I’m planning to offer a macrobiotic vegetarian buffet every day, very reasonably priced, all you can eat with lots of salads,” explains the ever-enthusiastic Tony. “Scandinavians are very … Continue reading