Welcome to Yogaveda's Late Summer Newsletter 2020

Yogaveda Wellness Subscriber, Welcome to Yogaveda's late summer Newsletter. We are excited to announce the dates for our next Wellness Retreat in Rishikesh, India, at the end of the year. Also introducing some NEW Yoga inspired classes; Tai Chill with Steffi, Yoga~Dance~Flow with Christine, plus a brand new Early Morning Flow Class with Mira. Check out our Yoga & Ayurveda specials and read on for some cooling summer tips.
Rejuvenate and restore your whole being in the Himalayas and experience the tranquillity and ambience of the sacred river Ganges in this ancient place of pilgrimage.

To find out more go to our Retreats Page or contact Nikki or Leah.


Yoga Special for Newcomers

Now that the holidays are over it’s a good time to start (or get back to) Yoga! Enjoy two weeks of unlimited classes with any of our highly experienced teachers. We have a variety of styles including, Beginners, Gentle Restorative, Iyengar, Hatha, Seniors, Blokes, Pregnancy, Cancer Care, Slow Flow and Yin... something to suit everyone!
2 Week Pass - $50 (normally $100)
Valid for February & March 2020

Therapeutic Summer Special

Gift yourself a little Me Time with our combined Tension Tonic – Back, Neck, Arm Massage with calming sounds from the Peter Hess singing bowls. Allow yourself to be transported to a deeply meditative space & experience the soothing sounds & gentle healing vibrations of these beautiful bowls.

45 minutes - $65
Valid for February & March 2020


Morning Flow

We are happy to welcome Mira Rao back to Yogaveda!

Mira will be running an early morning‘Flow Class on Monday’s at 6am - 7.15am - starting February 24th.

Designed to help you sort your day nourished and enlivened. Slow, strong and gentle moves through postures and breath to calm the mind and nervous system to set you steadily on your way for the week.

Special Intro Offer :
Prepay for 6 classes with Mira for $100 and save yourself $20

Casuals - $20 per class


Gyrokinesis Method
We are excited to welcome Christine Jaroszewski-Consani to Yogaveda. Christine, who recently retired from an international ballet career in Europe, will be conducting a Yoga~Dance~Flow class at Yogaveda on Saturdays at 4pm - 5pm.

This class is based on the Gyrokinesis® method which synchronises breath and flowing patterns of movement combined with elements of Yoga, Tai Chi and Dance. The flowing circular patterns of movement will increase mobility of the spine and joints, release tension and result in a feeling of increased energy and well-being.

Special Opening Offer - Prepay 6 classes for $99
Casual – $20 per class

Starts Saturday February 29th  

Tai Chill

Introducing a new Tai Chill class to Yogaveda. The class is on Tuesdays at 11.15am to 12.15pm with Stef Losch and is open to beginners and all ages.

Tai Chill is derived from traditional Tai Chi. The purpose is to give people the initial physical benefits of Tai Chi such as a relaxing workout, improving balance and strength, while also balancing the Chi flow in the body.

Back to Basics Beginners Course

Thursdays 7.00pm to 8.15pm
February 20th, 27th; and
March 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

Get your 2020 year off to a positively healthy start and sign yourself up for our ‘Six Week Beginners Course’ with Steffi Losch !! Start with the basics and get yourself ready for a regular yoga practise.
You will learn simple stretching, breath awareness and relaxation to uplift and energise you’re mind and body.

Prepay for six classes for $90.00 (Normally $120)

Health & Wellbeing Talks

We highly recommend this Health & Wellbeing Talk with Dr Rajen Coopan, who will also be conducting Ayurvedic Wellness Workshops on Sunday February 23rd.


During the heat of summer the focus needs to be on balancing Pitta with sweet, bitter & astringent tastes.
Sweet taste is composed of the earth and water elements and is grounding, calming & cooling for summer. It relieves thirst & burning sensations & promotes the growth of all body tissues & Ojas.

Sweet foods are: almonds, macadamias, cashews, dates, figs, prunes, coconut, mung beans, basmati rice, rose water, liquorice, coconut, fennel, flaxseed, raisins & sesame seeds.
Bitter taste is cooling and composed of the air and space elements with dry & light properties. It is detoxifying, antibacterial & germicidal, relieving itching, burning sensations, inflammatory skin conditions & thirst. It also promotes your digestive fire, aiding digestion & removing toxic accumulations from deep tissues of the body.

Bitter foods are: aloe vera, dandelion, saffron, echinacea, tarragon, turmeric, rosemary, rhubarb, barberry, chicory, endive, kale & sprouts.
Astringent taste is dry, light & cooling and derived from the air & earth elements, it promotes absorption of body fluids, aids in healing of joints, wounds, ulcers & stops bleeding.

Astringent foods are: nettles, blackberry, poppy seeds, pomegranate, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, hibiscus, borage, rose flowers, sandalwood & witch hazel.
In Summer eat fewer Fire foods with pungent, sour and salty tastes. Minimise hot spices, pickles, chutneys, olives, oily fried foods, acidic foods, salt & vinegar, fermented foods, cheese and yoghurt.



Aloe vera is sweet, bitter & astringent with cooling properties that especially benefit Pitta. It is a cooling medicine with a soothing nature that coats the digestive tract reducing acidity, and is effective in treating gastritis and stomach ulcers. A perfect tonic for the Liver, Spleen, Blood & female reproductive system.
Special Benefits – balances blood sugar levels and is used in the treatment of menstrual disorders.


Amalaki is a cooling tonic for the blood, bones, liver & heart. Its prime anti-inflammatory properties are used for a variety of inflammatory conditions, and it is one of the three herbs in the renown Ayurvedic cleansing tonic – Triphala – and is also a major ingredient in the immune enhancing tonic, Chyawanprash.


Manjistha cools and detoxifies the blood. Good for all inflammatory conditions of the blood and especially beneficial for women's menstrual health and menopausal heat. It treats pitta disorders including acne, psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis.


TEAS - Spearmint, peppermint, mint, rose flower, hibsicus flower, jasmine, pomegranate, raspberry leaves, lavender, lotus, elderflowers, chrysanthemum, fennel & coriander.


Coriander, mung beans, bitter greens, watercress, asparagus, kale, cucumber, celery, mint, and sweet fruits such as, coconut, sweet berries, sweet pineapple, figs, grapes, watermelon, mango and pomegranate. Rosewater & coconut water are also an excellent cooling drinks for Summer.


Keep cool and calm over summer with our Pitta pacifying range of products. Freshen up with our cooling roll-on fragrance of essential oils infused in sweet almond oil. Rehydrate your skin with our cooling spray mist made with a refreshing blend of lime, lavender, ylang ylang, rose geranium and bergamot. Nourish your skin in the drying heat of summer with our cooling blend of essential oils infused in sweet almond oil, or add a few drops to your bath for a relaxing soak.
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