This is a great loaf to have in the cupboard for an afternoon snack, or post workout filler. It is full of fibre and is a great source of protein, all while getting a vege hit! This recipe is gluten, refined sugar and dairy free, so it is great for those with sensitivities!
This is a challenging position to hold, especially when you are new to barre classes. Read on if you are struggling to maintain this position at Barre Base!
Today's lunch was this tasty Roasted cauliflower salad with turmeric dressing. Lately, I have been trying to find as many recipes as possible that include turmeric, as it is a natural anti-inflammatory. Turmeric has been found in clinical trials to decrease joint pain, decrease inflammation, and improve joint mobility and function after eight months of use.
Since starting the Barre Base classes in February, we have both noticed how well our muscles have been functioning in many of our other physical pursuits.
I started doing Barre Base because I was sick of being kept out of the surf by injuries and back pain sustained in more traditional style gym classes. Over the four or so months I’ve been doing the classes, it's been a completely different story. I’ve seen a noticeable improvement in my core strength, I’m more flexible and even my balance is better.