Lux Nomade celebrates four years of success with its debut print issue

Lux Nomade celebrates four years of success with its debut print issue

In celebration of four successful years in business, online luxury wellness, travel and beauty publication Lux Nomade has gone to the printers with its debut print magazine launching today. 

As an extension to the online content, the magazine is now available in hardcopy and in digital, with a variety of content created to inspire and aid the modern woman in her inner and outer development.

Stories range from personal wellness journeys, beauty tips, international and domestic travel as well as spiritual growth. 

What to expect in the debut issue?

In the debut February issue, the Australian editorial team talks to inspirational women who have followed their passion leading them to the roads less travelled. 

Among the incredible women is Australian photographer Karmen Harley who shares her breathtaking photographs from the wild African Savannah and from India, equestrian.

Entrepreneur Nikki Watson takes us on a journey through Rajasthan from the back of the indigenous Marwari horse. 

The team chats to Chala Guzel, a Sydney-based Reiki Practitioner and PSYCH-K® Facilitator who specialises in Moon Ceremonies.

She shares her knowledge on ‘Manifesting with Moon Rituals’, while Sally Matheson, writer and author, shares a personal story about how Pilates transformed both her body and mind.

Readers will also learn about the process of detoxing with essential oils and how to turn our homes into day spas to give our skin the best possible at-home facials.

“In its four years, Lux Nomade has seen a steady growth in readers and moving into print was a natural part of the growth cycle,” said Founder, Editor and Australian publisher Julia Gralberg.

“Lux Nomade has been a labour of love since day one and it is with immense joy that we can now offer our readers a physical hard copy to read.” 

“Over the years we have gradually expanded our content from luxury travel to increasingly more wellness, beauty and also spiritual content to cater to the modern woman who, just like us, has an increasing appetite for those topics,” she added. 

The print magazine will be available in print ($9.95) and digital (4.10) bi-annually and sold on Lux Nomade’s website as well as in selected news agencies. It will also be available to download digitally via the website. To order the debut issue, visit here.