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Veggie Wrap

Veggie Wrap

Looking for an easy vegan recipe for dinner? Our veggie wrap is easy to prepare, and you can really use your creativity here and adjust it to your taste. Today I choose to fill it with a veggie mix of peas, carrots and potatoes, so it can be also a perfect option for your lunch box!

Gluten free wrap base
Veggie mix:
Peas, Carrots, Potatoes
Curry powder
Coriander leaves (optional)
Hummus Ingredients:
Tahini (sesame seed) paste
Olive oil

I. To get started fry the onions in coconut oil and then add 1 cup water, curry and salt and cook for another 2 minutes. Add the chopped carrots, cubed potatoes and peas and steam until soft.

II. To prepare the hummus boil some per-soaked chickpeas (3cups). Blend the chickpeas with tahini paste, 2 tablespoons cold-pressed oil, 1 cup water, half lemon, salt. Use a good quality powerful blender or hand blender.

III. Spread the hummus on one half of the wrap. Add the vegetable mix and tomatoes, salt and serve it with iceberg lettuce or any type of green. Bon appetit!

Lentil Burgers

Lentil Burgers

People sometimes ask us: oh, so you’re vegan so what the h… do you eat, vegetables? Are you not hungry all the time? I am proud to share with you the recipe of my lentil burgers, meat-free and vegetable-free 🙂 Lentil burgers are filling and delicious, and easy to prepare. Here’s how:

500g lentils
100g chickpea flour
2-3 onions as you like
2dl water
1dl coconut oil
Salt, curry, sweet paprika, pepper

I. Boil some lentils until they become super soft. Red lentils take less time to cook (10 min), brown lentils take longer (15min).

II. Fry the chopped onions in coconut oil until they change color, then add the spices and very little water and cook for 2 minutes.

III. Mix the chickpea flour with salt and sodium bicarbonate, then add water and stir it well.

IV. Mix all ingredients well and then form mini-burgers from the mixture

V. Bake for 10 minutes on 220C and for another 5 minutes on 140C.


Yogic Nutrition & Raw food ism: How to prepare raw food soups

Yogic Nutrition & Raw food ism: How to prepare raw food soups

Raw food soups

We use the following ingredients to play with the taste when creating our salty soups: Avocado, cumin, red peppers, sundried tomatoes, dates, onion, garlic, cashew nuts. (Onion and garlic should not be used if your purpose is to enhance your meditation practice!)

  • Ingredients: Try different vegetables to blend every day.
  • Make it chunky and use it as a dip or as a topping for your main dish
  • Make it smooth by adding more water and eat it as a soup.
  • Decorate with parsley, almonds, seeds, nuts, colorful peppers, tomato, fine sliced veggies.
  • Best to use Himalayan salt & cold pressed oils like, linseed oil, pumpkin seed oil, olive oil.
  • To have a warm raw food soup simply add some warm water to your blender and mix.
  • Stop to worry & start enjoying the process of inventing new recipes yourself.
  • Raw soups and sauces are simple to make and ready in 2-6 minutes!

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Why does Fit Yoga incorporate Pilates Exercises?

Why does Fit Yoga incorporate Pilates Exercises?

The Pilates core-strengthening exercises can invigorate the yoga practice.

By focusing on targeted movements that develop core strength, Pilates
can help yogis build a stable centre, lengthen the side body, increase awareness of alignment.

It can help yogis get stronger, avoid injury, and sometimes advance into poses that they hadn’t previously felt were possible.

The core, also called the Powerhouse, is the body’s centre of gravity; it is composed of the muscles of the lower abdomen, lower back, buttocks,
and pelvic floor.

How to locate your Powerhouse: Stand with one hand on your lower abdomen and the other on your lower back. Inhale deeply through your nose and then exhale through your mouth while pulling the lower abdominals up and into the spine, simultaneously drawing your pelvic floor muscles up and squeezing the base of your buttocks together.

The aim is to engage and strengthen the transversus abdominis (the deepest layer of abs that wrap around the torso horizontally), the obliques, the lower back muscles, and the pelvic floor during complex movements. By doing so, you develop a strong, corset-like support system that protects your back from injury.

In Pilates breathing, unlike in yogic pranayama, students exhale through the mouth and aim to attain a “scooped,” or flattened, abdominal wall on the exhalation. Exhaling through your mouth will make you engage your pelvic floor and thus it will assist you in Mula Bandha.

After experiencing the emphasis on precise, controlled movement and core strength, you may find that a simple Tadasana becomes an opportunity to explore your newfound corset of muscles, or that a Handstand becomes a vehicle in which to engage the obliques and obtain balance.



1. Yoga works the entire body
In most of the popular male sports such as football, you tend to utilize only10 to 15 per cent of the body, whereas yoga provides a full body workout that covers every muscle, joint and organ. The practice oxygenates the blood, creating more energy when you finish the exercise as opposed to depleting the body of it. You work every system:cardiovascular, skeletal, muscular and endocrine.

2. Yoga has benefits in your private life
There are many yoga poses (asanas) which are beneficial for boosting sexual effectiveness. For example, Guarasana, or Eagle Pose, is a posture that sends fresh blood and oxygen to the sexual organs, so this is a particularly beneficial exercise for men in revitalizing their bedroom prowess! Trikonasana, or Triangle Pose, is a marriage of the heart and the lungs, two organs that don’t usually interact. Not only does this posture increase cardiovascular endurance, but it is also the only known yoga posture that utilizes every organ, muscle and joint in the body.

3. Yoga works for everyone
It does not matter how you look when you practice yoga. Whether you’re a 110 kg linebacker or a 65kg triathlete, yoga will push your personal boundaries by increasing your own flexibility, endurance and muscle strength. So if you think yoga is not for you, then you should definitely try it out first and only then you should make a decision. The beautiful thing about yoga is that it doesn’t exclude anyone, but beneficial & suitable for everyone no matter what kind of health conditions or fitness level you currently have.

4. Yoga decreases muscle soreness
Yoga is hugely beneficial in working out stiffness from other sports. When muscles are fatigued, they build with lactic acid, and yoga, which stretches and releases tension, helps flush that away. Runners in particular find yoga the best activity after a long endurance jog.

5. Yoga restores energy levels
Yoga practice doesn’t deplete your body of all of your energy after a class –like, say, a gym workout, where your body is entirely fatigued after your session. Instead, it actually increases your vigor, making you feel more aware and revitalized.

6. Yoga trains your focus

Many professional athletes have heightened their performance levels through practicing yoga. By combining mental,physical and emotional strength, they became better athletes at their chosen sport. Men can’t seem to let their egos go, and in yoga, you have to train your mind to shut down — to stop thinking about work, what you’re going to have for dinner or whether your favorite football club are going to win the game. Traditionally, men have a more difficult time doing that than women, although, once they do let go, their focus on the positions — and the difficulty in holding them –improves vastly.

7. Yoga flushes your system
The practice of yoga is often referred to as “intense,” especially on Balazs Heller’s FitYoga classes. As FitYoga is an energetic fusion of traditional Hatha Yoga, modern Vinyasa Flow, Pilates and Core Strengthening through Intensive Fitness exercises, you end up sweating a considerable amount. The kilograms dramatically shed off your body and, more importantly, you rid yourself of all the pent-up toxins. Due to the heat you create within your body, you are essentially creating an artificial “fever” in the body, therefore enhancing the immune system.

8. Yoga balances the mind
Yoga has such a great sense of community to it and it really allows for mental clarity and focus. After you practice, you feel more grounded, less self-absorbed and calmer. This type of mental clarity really helps in other sports or activities you may be involved in.

9. Yoga creates inner-peace
No matter how stressful and busy your lifestyle is, after a yoga session you feel de-stressed, released from all the problems, difficulties you are facing in your life. Yoga is particularly advisable if you want to get out of your everyday rat-race and give yourself a 90 minutes of Peace and Quiet. Yoga is a flowing meditation, so no matter how much experience you have in practicing meditation, the benefits manifest right away.

10. Yoga makes you become a better person
Yoga is a holistic transformational experience of the Mind-Body and Spirit. It simply makes you a better person without even noticing it. You start to become more aware about the true purpose of life and start to enjoy the present moment without any expectations. You feel tuned into your spiritual well-being which requires no more ‘things’ from the outside as you start you value everything which is inside. Simply you become more, by being more instead of having more.Instead of arguing, you start to understand, instead of hatred you start to forgive. Instead of expecting you start to take responsibility.

Peace Within, Peace in the World. Namaste. – as I always close my FitYoga classes.

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Veggie Wrap

Looking for an easy vegan recipe for dinner? Our veggie wrap is easy to prepare, and you can really use your creativity here and adjust it to your taste. Today I choose to fill it with a veggie mix of peas, carrots and potatoes, so it can be also a perfect option for...

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