Post-Retreat Resources

We hope you got home safe and sound with a few new ideas on how to improve your health. If you have questions please let us know. We are happy to help as much as we can, by email, chat and booked Skype: cristina.olive.retreat

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Bread Recipe

Olive Retreat's super-easy, high-protein, gluten-free bread recipe.


Olive Retreat Health Guide Vegan Vegetarian Healing Remedy Guidelines

Body Detox Dialogue

Know what being healthy means to you, and be it. This book is to support your quest for a healthier you.

Your body is the best pharmacy and doctor you'll ever have. Unless you suffer from severe disease, your body knows best, so trust it and practice listening.

Download:  PDF  |  EPUB  |  MOBI (KINDLE)


Olive Retreat Mind Vegan Cookbook Chef Plant Based Vegetarian Recipes

Plant-Based Cookbook

Recipes to transform fresh whole food into the most nutritious, beautiful and tasty meals possible. Healthy for you and healthy for your Earth.

Olive Retreat food has been described as awesome, amazing, incredible, nurturing, and art.

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008 Mind Detox Dialogue

All our talks are based on 8 principles described here to help you "figure it out".

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Ashtanga Yoga Sun Salutation Book | Olive Retreat

Ashtanga Yoga Book

The Asanas described step by step for your technique and study of Yoga, but remember that Yoga (like anything else) is about your practice. All practice is better than no practice.


Vegan Pantry List | Olive Retreat

Vegan Kitchen Pantry List


Pranayama Yoga Breathing Exercises

Pranayamas

Here are the Pranayamas you learned. The numbers in the image correspond to the maximum amount of breaths you do when you have practiced for a while. Do as many as you have time for and feel good doing.

It's always better to do something than nothing.