Welcome to Healing Present Nature & Wellness Center

WE OFFER HEALTH EDUCATION AND PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH ORGANIC FARMING & INDIGENOUS REFORESTATION. WE ALSO AIM TO TREAT ILLNESSES WITH NUTRITION AND HOLISTIC THERAPIES.


IMPORTANT NOTICE:

DUE TO COVID-19, OUR IN-PERSON WELLNESS PROGRAMS, JUICING PROGRAMS & FARM VISITS ARE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED.

BUT YOU CAN STILL PURCHASE OUR AWARD-WINNING COOKBOOKS THROUGH EBOOKS & SPECIAL DELIVERIES.



Beautiful Memories from our Wellness Programs and Organic Cookbook Recipe demonstrations.

Recent Posts

Holiday gardens with Family

By Michelle DomocolBack to Inflourish: Cebu Blog December is the holiday season throughout Cebu. Families, schools, churches, restaurants, and offices are busy planning for Christmas parties, Sinulog festivities and other barangay fiestas. Many households and local businesses are prepping for the arrival of overseas family members. In that spirit of holiday festivities and joyful reunions, … Continue reading Holiday gardens with Family

Sweet, Succulent Singkamas

By Michelle Domocol Back to Inflourish: Cebu Blog November is time to plant one of my favorite snacks: singkamas. I like preparing eating fresh sinkgkamas slices. They’re naturally sugary and crunchy. When I was younger, my lola would slice a bunch of singkamas and store it in a big pitcher. I loved it so much … Continue reading Sweet, Succulent Singkamas

Small but Mighty Kitchen Gardens

By Michelle Domocol Back to Inflourish: Cebu Blog Luckily, November’s planting season includes vegetables that grow in small spaces or containers. Even with the reduced space, they produce a big harvest. Even better, these vegetables are readily used in meals so you’re plentiful harvest won’t go to waste. Some of these high-yielding, small-space veggies (Photo … Continue reading Small but Mighty Kitchen Gardens

Flavorful, Fruitful Harvest

By Michelle Domocol Back to Inflourish: Cebu Blog This November, fruit markets and fruit growers will offer seasonal treats like lansones, papaya, guyabano, atis, sambag, and mangosteen. When my family goes to the fruit market we search for the Longkong variety. It comes in compact clusters with super sweet and aromatic fruits (Photo 2, D). … Continue reading Flavorful, Fruitful Harvest

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