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Continuing our series on wholesome food from the Shanti Som kitchen we dropped in one evening to try the menu by their talented new chef Gemma Hammond. Shanti Som opened its doors as a boutique hotel, spa and detox centre in the picturesque woods near Monda last summer, and has been building a reputation as a great place to go for meals, therapies, weekend breaks and detox retreats over the past few months. We also asked founder Kezia Jacobsen for some tips on good living … Continue reading
The Spark was created by John Dawson in 1992, a big idea that sprung from personal tragedy, and took root in the West Country. After many years as a labour of love the Spark has evolved into the UK’s biggest, free, ethical quarterly magazine. BBC Bristol described the Spark as “the best of the alternative West”, a compliment that has been proudly stuck on the cover ever since. From a small office, with a tiny core team and a slew of writers orbiting remotely, the … Continue reading
With spring firmly in the air, now is the perfect time to start thinking about events, fairs and festivals and this year alternative Andalucía is blessed with a brace of gatherings for everyone to enjoy wherever they are along the coast. From Nerja to Marbella, 2012 is going to be a great year for getting out and about, finding out what is happening in the eco-holistic world of southern Spain, joining in workshops and classes, enjoying concerts, eating healthy food and exploring some great craft … Continue reading
Natura Málaga 2012
Natura Málaga, Andalucia’s largest multidisciplinary trade fair for the eco-bio-health sector will host the fourth edition from 25 to 27 May 2012 at the Palacio de Congresos y Ferias (Málaga’s trade and conference centre). Natura Malaga is a space dedicated to providing a commercial opportunity for a wide range of products and services related to healthy living and sustainability. It will also be a space for organic producers, where visitors will be able to buy direct from the farm in the ‘Natural Market’, … Continue reading
Escuela Internacional de Yogac/ Tolox 5 San Pedro
Tel: 952 77 56 34
Vibrant health is our birthright. Our DNA has the perfect blueprint for health, and life knows exactly what to do to sustain itself. All you have to do is supply your body the pure and correctly balanced materials, and your body does the rest.
Unfortunately, with the many pollutants in the world today, loss of minerals in the soil, poor food choices suggested to us by advertising, and the stress of our modern pace of life, most of us have not always given our body these … Continue reading
Natura Málaga, Andalusia’s largest multidisciplinary trade fair for the eco-bio-health sector will host the fourth edition from 25 to 27 May 2012 at the Palacio de Congresos y Ferias (Málaga’s trade and conference centre). Natura Malaga is a space dedicated to providing a commercial opportunity for a multitude of products and services related to healthy living and sustainability, as well as a space for organic producers where visitors will be able to buy direct from the farm in the ‘Natural Market’, exclusively organic.
This year, the … Continue reading
Traditional industrial cosmetics need to be manufactured inexpensively. The favourite ingredient: water, and the rest: chemical additives. The names of the ingredients are about as healthy as they sound: emulsifiers, petroleum-based compounds, synthetic preservatives, and petrochemical fragrances, mineral and silicon oils. They produce lots of foam, smell good and are absorbed quickly, but for the skin and the environment, this means pouring a lot of chemicals into the ground and with essentially no active agents in the products. Elsebeth Nybroe-Nielsen from ENN Care has recently … Continue reading
We have all heard stories of someone seemingly perfectly healthy suddenly suffering a heart attack out of the blue whilst jogging or working out. The truth is, even though someone may appear to be fit and healthy, cardiovascular issues can take years to develop in the body, before the final devastating outcome. Many core problems of “heart disease” do not lie in the heart itself but stem from the lack of blood flow to the heart. This is also the case with strokes, that stem … Continue reading
In this edition we talk to Francy from E-natural on his new project, an eco-store in Avenida Moliere.
La Chispa: What was the inspiration to open e-natural?
Francy: the ability to share my experience of going from a life of excess to a healthy life fully conscious of the environment around me.
La Chispa: What is the concept of the store?
Francy: E-natural opened four months ago as a new concept for Holistic Therapies and Ecocentre where you can find a variety of activities, courses, workshops and therapies, to … Continue reading