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Willow Spa is a Tropical Asian influenced Wellness Spa, offering personalized, effective and unique treatments not found elsewhere in Los Angeles. You will be transported to a tropical setting complete with exotic, fragrant flowers, the sound of running waterfalls, streams, and lantern lit stone walkways leading to plush day beds around a lush relaxing garden. The spa not only provides a unique, tranquil escape from the burdens of everyday life, but captures true holistic care, offering education and expert advice on health and well-being. You can be guided as much or little as you’d like along your path towards relaxation, and rejuvenation. Willow Spa’s first priority will always be to provide only the best quality treatments and staff for our clients and continue to be a model of peace and balance for ourselves and our community. We are so glad you are here to GET WILLOWIZED!

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Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn Squash

  It’s been over a year since we started Recipe Friday and committing to being plant based on Fridays. As we’ve incorporated more plant based whole foods into our diet, we’ve found that it’s been easier to follow this lifestyle on more than just Fridays! Today we’d like to share a recipe that was posted on the T. Colin Campbell Center For Nutrition Studies site. If you don’t already follow this website, it’s a great wealth of information. This recipe incorporates fresh seasonal autumn ingredients and uses minimal salt and no oil. Why oil free? Cooking oil is not considered a whole food, since it’s been extracted from the whole food. All cooking oils contribute to arterial damage and increasing cholesterol, so if you are trying to avoid heart disease, an oil free diet is something to consider. Cooking without oils can be challenging since oil helps to make foods more flavorful. This recipe used so many herbs (we used all fresh herbs and more than what is written) that the flavor was definitely not lacking! We used acorn squash instead of carnival squash, and it came out yummy. Have you tried cooking without oil? We’d love to hear your […]

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Apple Cinnamon Energy Bites

  Now that the crisp fall air has moved into So Cal one of our favorite fall activities is apple picking with the kids! While we haven’t been able to make it back out to the Apple Farms in Oak Glen, CA just yet, we hope to soon because we’ve got apples on our mind! This week we indulged in a little autumn cinnamon apple treat and we couldn’t wait to share this protein filled energy bite with you. Can apple pie and healthy go in the same sentence? YES, it sure can! It’s perfect for a grab and go breakfast, school lunches or after work-out energy snack. It’s filled with the goodness of oats, chia seeds, almond butter, and fresh apples! Did we mention that it’s so easy to make too? An alternative to fresh apples in this recipe is dried or dehydrated apples, but we love using the freshest raw ingredients whenever we can. We should also mention that there’s no limit to what you can add to these energy bites, so go ahead and be creative! There’s no right or wrong in this recipe.     Apple Cinnamon Energy Bites INGREDIENTS Dry mixture: 2 cups organic old-fashioned oats 2 TBSP chia seeds ¾ tsp ground cinnamon Pinch of […]

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Vegan Chocolate Mousse Raspberry Tart

Today we combined recipes from two of our favorite food bloggers, Lazy Cat Kitchen and Jess Beautician. Both of these bloggers offer such inspiration for anyone adopting a plant based diet. When we saw the beautiful Vegan Chocolate Mousse Raspberry Tart, by Lazy Cat Kitchen, we could hardly wait to make it! We had heard about aquafaba and this was a good chance to try it. When the recipe asked for a “good quality raspberry jam”, we knew exactly which jam we would make – the chia jam from Jess Beautician! If you haven’t already, please check them out! Vegan Chocolate Mousse Raspberry Tart INGREDIENTS BASE 150 g / 1 cup dried dates, halved and pitted 140 g / 1 cup almonds 90 g / 1 cup rolled oats (GF certified if required) 3 tbsp cacao powder ¼ tsp fine sea salt 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted FILLING 125 g / 4.5 oz dark (70 % cacao) chocolate 90 ml / ¼ cup + 2 tbsp aquafaba / chickpea brine or from a tin 90 ml / ¼ cup + 2 tbsp coconut cream (separated from full-fat coconut milk) ¼ tsp hot chilli powder, adjust to taste (optional) 240 ml / 1 cup good quality raspberry jam […]

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Savory Butternut Squash & Spinach

Ready for something cozy and savory? This cute zucchette pasta at Trader Joe’s inspired us to make this recipe from healthylittlevittles. Plus with all of its health benefits of butternut squash, we are excited to share this recipe with all of you. One serving of butternut squash contains 4 times the recommended dose of vitamin A and nearly half of your daily dose of vitamin C. Foods high in antioxidants are a natural treatment for oxidative stress and has been linked to healthier skin and were linked to a lower likelihood of wrinkles and dryness. This Butternut and Squash dish is so flavorful and quite filling too! Savory Butternut Squash & Spinach INGREDIENTS 1 package butternut squash (purchased pre-cut into cubes) 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp minced garlic 1 lb gluten free pasta (We used zucchette pasta from Trader Joe’s) 1 onion (diced) 1 tbsp minced garlic 5 oz fresh, organic spinach 1/2 cup vegetarian no-chicken broth/vegetable broth/chicken broth (if not vegan) 1/4 cup + more for topping vegan parmesan cheese *see notes red pepper flakes (to taste) salt (to taste) pepper (to taste) OPTIONAL 2 tbsp toasted pine nuts or walnuts   INSTRUCTIONS Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Arrange the pre-cut butternut squash pieces on a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt  pepper. Roast in the […]

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