Movement invigorates, strengthens your health and enhances well-being, so our weekly programme includes gentle movement options that will delight and revitalise your body and mind in equal measure. As a guest of our adults only hotel, participation in the programme is free of charge.
Note: Programme subject to change due to weather or Covid19 regulations.
In SUMMER, our weekly hotel programme includes the following activities, which may vary depending on the weather:
In WINTER, we also offer additional dance evenings.
We ask for your understanding that this programme is subject to change and that items may have to be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions!
Combine physical exercises and conscious breathing with Hatha Yoga and enjoy its beneficial effect on the mind. Meditation, breathwork and physical exercises create balance between heat and coolness, strength and relaxation, and fortify the muscular system. Enjoy these yoga sessions as you develop you more awareness, mindfulness and better flexibility.
When permanent stress results in chronic tense muscles, progressive muscle relaxation can help bring relief. Once again, we can use the body to achieve inner peace. The alternating, reflex-like tension and relaxation of the muscles activates the autonomic nervous system and calms our mind, so we finally feel pleasantly relaxed.
Meridians - in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) - are pathways or networks via which energy circulates through our body and supplies our organs with energy. Moving the joints, tapping and massaging acupuncture points along the meridians has a relaxing effect on the muscles and promotes circulation.
Qi Gong (also known as Qigong or Chi gong) exercises are about activating the life energy "Qi" (Chi) through movement and concentration, harmonising it and getting it to flow. This energy work aims to strengthen the immune system and thus make it easier to ward off illnesses.
This tried and tested system of strengthening and stretching exercises supports your musculoskeletal system, improves flexibility and strengthens the deeper abdominal muscles and pelvic floor. Pilates helps to reduce back pain and, through intensive breathing, provides more energy and helps you restore to your inner centre.
Meditation can be learned by anyone and practised anywhere, whether sitting, lying down or walking. As a concentration exercise, meditation can bring deep relaxation, help to replenish energy stores and to free the mind from negative thoughts, stress and problems. The aim is to find oneself in silence and to escape from the endless carousel of thoughts.
The Olympic region has a wide range of weekly highlights to offer, such as snowshoe hikes, themed hikes / torch-lit walks, alpaca walks, beer tasting / brewing courses, workshops, curling, and much more. There’s no better way to get to know the diversity of the region!
In summer, there are numerous guided tours offered by the tourist board that you can take part in, as well as visits to the World Cup arena. For something a little different, you can also learn how to build fences, brew beer, make friends with alpacas, … in this region, you really are spoilt for choice!
Leutasch and Seefeld form something of a cross-country skiing centre in Tyrol, with their combined 245 kilometres of cross-country ski trails all prepared in a manner befitting world champions. If winter conditions permit, the Leutasch cross-country skiing season will be officially opened with the cross-country skiing opening on December 11th from 1:45 pm. Those who wish can take part in full moon skating in Seefeld will have three opportunities in winter, and particularly experienced skiers can also take part in the Ganghoferlauf on March 6th 2021.