When I moved to London 9 years ago I didn’t plan to cycle. I bought the bike for enjoyment on the weekends . But when I started cycling I felt so strong emotionally that it started to be a part of my life. Step by step I realised how much my bike is important for me. I am observing everything from my bike, when I cross the parks I can see the change of seasons, the tender new leaves coming up in the early spring, a competition of new flowers in May with their scents and perfumes, thick green foliage moved by the breeze in summer, a symphony of colours in Autumn when the leaves start to slowly fall down.
Welcome to the Macrobiotic Association UK
Please find macrobiotic courses, cooks, teachers, consultants and caterers for advise on healthy lifestyle, food and cooking and other healing arts including Shiatsu, Yoga, Do-in and Feng Shui.
Also information on resources such as whole food organic suppliers in the UK and other countries, places to stay or study and an interesting archive of articles.
Pesticides are widely known to be linked to serious human health problems. Dozens of pesticides used in the public and domestic domain have been associated with illnesses from leukaemia, to neurological and reproductive disorders. (Refer to http://www.pan-uk.org/files/public_briefing_for_webv2.pdf.) The most well known of these is glyphosate – marketed as Round Up and produced by the chemical giant Monsanto. This is also the most widely used weed killer in the UK. In March, 2015, it was cited by the World Health Organisation as a “probable” human carcinogenic but it is also known to harm wildlife, including insects (such as bee and other pollinator species), earthworms, fish and amphibians.
we had 20 people join for a wonderful vegan macrobiotic picnic pot Luck.
So many Ymmmy dishes!
Florence leads us in a healing meditation focusing on heart.
Sylvia’s made an amazing beautiful cake!
Thanks to all attending and thanks to Caoimhe and lilly and florence for putting it together.
“There will be no butterflies, if life doesn’t go through long and silent metamorphoses”