Sign up to the new Food For Wellbeing program

A wholesome, nutritious diet is the
foundation to a balanced body and mind.

Let us show you how.

Next program commences on Sunday 25 October, 6pm-7pm

3 x 1-hour sessions over three weekends

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Tips to eating well


Recipes, tutorials and live demonstrations


Videos with Sadhguru


Group interactions

Learn how to maintain health and vitality with our new online program that will transform your understanding of food

Bring vibrancy to the body and mind
Help eliminate chronic ailments and maintain a healthy weight
Increase the quality of sleep and reduce your sleep quota

Limited spots available

Suitable for all audiences. No experience of yoga necessary.

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“In the Yogic tradition, food is alive with a prana (vital energy) of its own. There are many ways in which we can use the food we consume to bring vitality and health to the body and mind.”

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Covering key aspects of healthy diet management

What is the ideal balanced diet for our body?
How much food should we eat in a day and how should we eat it?
How do we know if we are eating towards well-being or ill-health?
Vegetarian or non-vegetation? Cooked or raw?

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By the end of this course, you will learn:

✓ How to plan a balanced diet
✓ How to prepare delicious high-energy vegetarian meals (over 100 recipes shared)
✓ How to best manage healthy eating habits
✓ How to time your meals for an active, vibrant lifestyle
✓ How to consume water in a way that is most is conducive to the body


✓ Tips to avoid low-energy foods and keep your prana (vital energy) active
✓ Methods to improve your quality of sleep by eating the right foods at the right time of day
✓ How to coordinate your meal timings when practising yoga and meditation

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With curated talks and recipes created by Sadhguru

Based on Sadhguru’s insights on gastronomics, the workshop will discuss the classification of different foods, their nourishment value, and their role in digestion. We will prepare a range of simple yet highly nutritious dishes using easily-available ingredients that you and your family will love!

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Watch a video preview ☝️
Check out the recipe book 👉

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Our teacher for this program

After years of practising Hatha Yoga, Ram undertook the internationally-acclaimed 1750-hour Isha Hatha Yoga Training Program in South India in 2019, out of a desire to not only practice – but also teach – yoga to more people in the community.

As well as Hatha Yoga, Ram is passionate about helping students achieve wellbeing through healthy lifestyle choices and balanced, nutritious diets.

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Still have questions?

What is the workshop format?
The workshop runs across 3 x 1-hour online sessions.

Who is this program for?
Anyone can join this program who wants to explore how food affects the human system from a yogic science perspective.

Is there a live teacher conducting this program? Or is it entirely pre-recorded?
The program is conducted live over webinar, with some pre-recorded videos presented throughout. Students will be able to interact with the teacher and ask questions throughout.

What is the cost of the program?
Full price is $59. Early bird price is $49. (Includes GST)

Is this course good value?
Eating right not only benefits your health, but also the very way you think, feel, and experience life. The course will help you structure your diet in a way that increases energy levels and assists with maintaining an active, vibrant lifestyle. For this reason, we believe the course represents exceptional value.

Do I have to commit to every class?
Yes, it is mandatory to attend all three online classes.

I don’t practise yoga. Can I join this program?
No prior experience of yoga is required for this program.

I have food allergies. Does this program cater to that?
The program does touch upon different aspects of food allergies. Many of the recipes we provide can be amended based on your dietary requirements.

Is this program about being vegan? What if I like eating dairy and meat from time to time?
This program does not prescribe what one “should” and “should not” eat. Rather, it attempts to bring awareness about the impacts of different foods on the system from the perspective of yogic science. We encourage participants to experiment with the recipes provided in the program so they can experience the effects firsthand.

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