food · Green Health

Do you have a healthy start to the day?

What do you start your morning with? Coffee, tea, fresh juice, soft drinks? I had opportunity to ponder this question while photographing plants at our   Organic Heritage Garden at Roche Caiman. Breakfast, we’ve been told is the most important meal of the day. Studies have shown for example that people who ate breakfast every day… Continue reading Do you have a healthy start to the day?

Green Health

Yogalates at The Sanctuary

Come join us for our new Green Exercises at The Sanctuary in Roche Caiman starting this Wednesday at 5.00 to 6.00 pm. Depending on interest, we will offer Tuesday and Thursday morning sessions from 7.30 to 8.30 am. Maya will be offering Yogalates classes which is a very nice mixture of yoga stretches and poses… Continue reading Yogalates at The Sanctuary

Green Health

New movements in our Green Health Program

Come and join us for our new Green Yoga and Fitness sessions starting Monday 20th February at the Yoga Kiosk, located at The Sanctuary in Roche Caiman. 

Green Health · Uncategorized

Seychelles is the top African Country to meet Sustainable Development Goals

A year after the Sustainable Development Goals – SDGs – were launched, Seychelles has been ranked as the top performing African country in meeting various health related targets of the SDGs. Seychelles is number one in Africa and number 40 in the world with a total score of 71. Of African countries, Mauritius comes next… Continue reading Seychelles is the top African Country to meet Sustainable Development Goals

Green Health

Roxanne’s favorite tea recipes

Hello hello everyone! This is Roxanne speaking, for the first time on the Green Health program! I’m really excited about being the new Nature Seychelles Eco-Health Manager.Today I started my first classes (check them onhttp://natureseychelles.org/what-we-do/green-health to find out which one is the best for you)! It was great to meet the green healthy veterans and a… Continue reading Roxanne’s favorite tea recipes

Green Health · Medicinal plants

Not just a pretty face

Walking through The Sanctuary in Roche Caiman, it is impossible not to notice the numerous yellow spots on virtually every part of the site. Yellow petals, blooming bright in the sunlight, seem to call for your attention whenever you go past. The Yellow Alder (Koket in Creole) is widespread in the Seychelles and certainly plays… Continue reading Not just a pretty face

Green Health · Green medicine · Heritage Garden · Organic farming

Why not go organic in the year of International Family Farming

As the World celebrates World Food Day 2014 with the theme centered around family farming and caring for the earth it would seem natural to turn to organic farming. With the effects of climate change and population growth, there is continued concern about being able to adequately feed the world’s populations. Studies have also shown that… Continue reading Why not go organic in the year of International Family Farming