A Somatic Solution To Chronic Psoas Pain

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Sister Sadie, Harrington Street

Love Sister Sadie’s cafe! Had the Sabiche Salad with a refreshing pot of Moroccan Mint Green Tea on Friday after teaching Corporate Yoga nearby, it was fab. We sat outside at first, it was lovely to be outside without ashtrays, but the weather got the better of us so moved indoors, it’s so calm and I love that they use recycled paper and are proudly advertise the fact that they do so. With it’s laid-back yet clean, professional vibe, and large windows looking onto a leafy green city street, it feels like a cafe in the heart of Vancouver. Noticed that the tea, though ok, tastes much better in Morocco!! For more Yogi friendly eats check out Kate’s blog @kateskabin.



I’ve always wanted to work in town… the after work shopping trips and drinks and the huge choice for lunch and dinner – all the stuff you don’t get when you work in an industrial estate in D12! The main part I’m envious of is the food options though… I constantly see people on social media who get to sample all the new spots on their lunch while I sit at my desk or in our canteen with my home made soup or salad, struggling to make it around all the latest hotspots over the weekend.

One such place that I’d heard lots about is Sister Sadie on Harrington Street… my only experience was reading others reviews and flying past it on the bus into town. Being close to Hatch Street, it’s got the benefit of proximity to Aviva and Deloitte and I’ve often jealously viewed the tweets from workers…

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