Get Back Your Power!

Struggling to get back on your feet after a big set-back? You have the power to pick yourself together and move on.
The obstacles we face are not there to stop us, but to teach us, and test how we will react.

The Importance of “Preserving” Positive Feelings

Psychologists have researched the benefit of “positive memories” on our brain. By remembering those times from the near past that made us feel at our best and the most happiest we can tap into a “positivity- preservation” mode.
Check out my tips!

Peace Begins With Surrender

In this post I share an affirmation for inner peace by Deepak Chopra.
The most effective way to approach uncertainty and disappointment is by allowing the events of our discontent to unfold without our interference.

How to Scientifically Conquer Negativity

A negative bias is a term used by psychologists (as Dr. Rick Hanson, in his book Hardwiring Happiness) to describe our human tendency to concentrate on the negative and neglect or minimize the positive.
Learn how to fight negativity and teach your brain to contain the positive more efficiently.

A Return To Love

In her book, A Return to Love, Marianne Williamson shares her own experience of transforming fear into love and overcoming behavioral traits that prevented her from attracting love. 

The ‘Universe’ on a plate

I love making my food look beautiful because I am a firm believer that the colors in food represent different chakras in our bodies so the more vibrant your food is the more vibrant your health is going to be! It only takes me 10-15min to prepare bowls like this, I hope you are tempted…

The pleasure of eating clean

Some books I recommend and a smoothie recipe. In The pleasure trap, the authors offer unique insights into the factors that make us susceptible to dietary and lifestyle excesses, and present ways to restore the biological processes designed by nature to keep us running at maximum efficiency and vitality. In 1987, John Robbins published Diet…

Heart-warming strawberry porridge

Overnight oats for healthy-food lovers – warming your body and soul! For the topping – blend on low speed (or by pulsing) cup of strawberries, dates, raisins, carob (or cacao) and a table spoon of blackstrap molasses for extra sweetness (optional, and you can also use stevia, maple syrop or coconut sugar – limit to…

Traditional meets Modern/ Dates for April

Me, in Bulgarian traditional costume. I love mixing traditional rhythms, steps and patterns in one upbeat dance-fitness fusion. Classes in April: Seattle: Wednesdays – NEW – 5:30 -6:30pm Downtown Seattle YMCA (909 Fourth Ave) Bellevue: Sundays: 12:30 -1:30 pm – only on the 5th and 19th this month! Harmony Ballroom (1407 132nd Ave NE) Stay…

Post-workout raw dinner for one

Hello lovelies, Here`s a quick and nutritious meal that can fill you up alone or serve it as a side dish. What you need: 2 heads of lettuce and cherry tomatoes topped in the delicious and tart orange-mustard-turmeric dressing. For the dressing: Blend 2,3 celery sticks with one small orange, pear and jalapenos mustard and…