Welcome to Yogaveda's Winter Newsletter 2019

Yogaveda Wellness Subscriber, Welcome to Yogaveda's Winter Newsletter 2019. We are happy to welcome our new teachers and classes. Check out our winter specials and wellness tips to help you transition into the cooler months. Taking bookings now for our upcoming Wellness Retreat.
with Nikki Leaf & Leah Albrecht
Take this opportunity to discover the magic of Rishikesh at the foothills of the Himalayas on Retreat with us. We welcome beginners to yoga on our retreats! 

Booking now - check out our Upcoming Retreats Page on our website


We are happy to welcome Vanessa Wintoneak back to Yogaveda.

Vanessa is now teaching the 'Hatha - All Levels Class' on Monday evenings at the NEW TIME of 5.30pm - 7.00pm. 

Come along Monday's and enjoy a positive start to your week!
We also warmly welcome Isabella Lipinski to Yogaveda. Isabella will be facilitating the Kids & Teens Yoga classes on Mondays during school terms. 

Kids Yoga - 3.30pm to 4.00pm
Teen Yoga - 4.15pm to 5.15pm

Isabella is passionate about sharing yoga with children and teens who are wired to download the magic that yoga brings.


Ayurvedic Winter Special

Ayurvedic Massage - Snehana and Steam-box - Bashpaswedana

This is the perfect time of year to experience a warming, nourishing Ayurvedic full-body massage and detoxifying steam-box treatment. A great combination to relieve joint and muscle stiffness, and reduce heaviness and cold from the body.

Two hour treatment - normally $170 
Mention this newsletter to receive this package for $155

* Valid June & July 2019

Yoga Winter Special for Newcomers to Yogaveda 

This offer for new students to Yogaveda is a great way to check out our classes and teachers.

Purchase a Two-Week Yoga Pass for $50 and enjoy unlimited classes for two weeks with any of our highly experienced teachers.

* Valid June & July 2019


Now the cooler weather is upon is it is important that we adapt to the seasonal change.

Ayurvedic Daily Rituals

  1. Abhyanga - Nurture yourself with a full body massage using warm nourishing sesame oil. This ayurvedic practice is detoxifying, improves circulation and is deeply pacifying to the nervous system.
  2. Favour warm, nourishing heavier foods. Freshly made warm cooked meals: steamed veggies, soups, wholegrains are best. Add warm, stimulating spices like ginger, cardamom, cumin, black pepper and turmeric.
  3. An ayurvedic winter routine would not be complete without adding a dollop of ghee to your cooking. Ghee is warming and oleating and combats the cold, dry qualities of winter.
  4. Introduce warm drinks to keep up fluids with cups of ginger tea, boiled water, herb teas and warm spiced chai.
  5. Nasya is a wonderful treatment to lubricate the naso-sinal passages which tend to dry out in winter. This herbalised oil blend is an excellent nasal decongestant; clearing and removing toxins from the ears, nose and sinus cavities.
  6. Oil swilling (Gandush) is a simple ayurvedic practice involving swishing sesame oil in the mouth. It removes toxins from the mouth, throat and naso-sinal cavities. Done routinely it enhances the senses and invigorates the mind.
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