Cafe Profile: Buddha Bowl

You won’t find Buddha Bowl on the main drag of Newtown – it’s a bit too special for the hustle and bustle of a crowded main street. No, this cafe is a destination; an experience and so it lives at the bottom of a converted flour mill in the quaint back streets of Newtown. The history of this stunning building with exposed wooden beams, original brick work and fixtures simply adds the unique atmosphere of this place.

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Vitalo: Cafe Profile

Do you like the sound of a cafe that has a warm and hospitable atmosphere, where people can come and eat great food, drink fabulous coffee and feel good about themselves? Then let us enlighten you because Vitalo Cafe in Lilli Pilli is worth the drive. Just around the corner from Cronulla, this lovely little pocket of South Sydney lays claim to a brand spanking new cafe that will not fail to impress.

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Vitalo Cafe Walkthrough

Over the past two or so years, Sacred Grounds’ Marketing Manager, Ali and myself have pounded the old pavement visiting some pretty fabulous partner cafes. So we thought for something a bit different, instead of making you all wait for our blog about Vitalo Cafe in Lilli Pilli next month, we’ve created a short walkthrough video so you can get the vibes from this beautiful new cafe.

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Modern Organic: Cafe Profile

In the beautiful Central Coast suburb of Long Jetty there’s a Yoga studio with a bit of a twist. It’s called Modern Organic and this is one place you must not miss on your next trip to the ‘coast’. This place oozes wellbeing combining a beautiful organic cafe with body stretching, soul resting Yoga.

Modern Organic is owned by Kirt and Kiran, a husband and wife team with a passion for holistic health. This dynamic duo spent 10 years working in hospitality before pursuing their own ‘dream’ business, opening Modern Organic in March, 2016.

Modern Organic Specialties 

Imagine popping down for your regular Yoga class and then treating yourself to some delish Sacred Grounds coffee, organic, healthy meals or even a scrumptious smoothie. They’re all about inspiring others to make healthy choices that’s also great for the world as a whole. Over 20 Yoga classes are conducted every week as well as workshops and other events – so it really is a happening place. 


We asked owner Kiran about the businesses ethos, its heart and this is what she had to say…

We care. We care about our planet, we care for ourselves and each other. We care where our products come from and how they are made. Using local, organic and ethically sourced products is an essential part in creating a healthy and sustainable future.

Organic practices are not just about the certification; they are about the holistic approach that supports the earth, all lifeforms, the farmer and us, the people. In light of this, we offer a consciously prepared and nutritious menu utilising organic, local, sustainable & seasonal ingredients where possible.

We are passionate about health & wellbeing, we are creating a conscious community, sharing knowledge and bringing awareness to people about the importance of maintaining a healthy mind, body, soul and planet.

This is why Sacred Grounds and Modern Organic fit so well together. We share the same outlook on life, the same heart for our world, the people in all nations and the food/ beverages that we consume. Kiran said…

We aim to align ourselves with likeminded businesses who believe in ethical and sustainable practices, which is clearly seen throughout Sacred Grounds’ range of certified organic and Fair Trade products.

The Modern Organic Difference

This place is more than a cafe, it’s more than a Yoga studio, it’s a community!

We have combined two passions to create a conscious community of people on the Central Coast. Where in a lot of Yoga studios, students walk out after their class and back to their own busy lives, our students often come out of a Yoga practice and head straight into our garden dining to mingle with the people they have shared a class with. 

Although the cafe attracts its own unique clientele, with a lot of our menu options being vegan and gluten free, we love the fact that the dual business complement each other and both students and customers become not only friends but part of the family.

That is what’s missing in the world, don’t you think? A sense of community, taking the time to get to know each other in the flesh and choosing healthier options that not only benefit the consumer but the producer!

So if you’re ever in the Long Jetty area, make sure you drop in for a chat, a stretch or just a coffee and something yummily-healthy to eat. You won’t regret it!

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