Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA
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Yin Yoga
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Hotel Klosterbräu & SPA

The yoga hotel in Tyrol for inner balance and outer serenity.

Enhance well-being in the former monks' refectory.

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Health, well-being and satisfaction - through the balance of body, mind and soul. That's why we offer yoga for beginners

and advanced students several times a week free of charge.

We work exclusively with top trained yoga teachers and offer different yoga styles.

 

Cristina Seyrling, the hostess, is responsible for the yoga programme. For our hotel guests, every yoga and fitness class is free of charge and takes place in a unique environment,

the premises of the former monastery.

 

Please register at the reception until the evening before.

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You are gripped by ambition and would like to have a private yoga lesson?

We would be happy to organise a YOGA individual lesson for you, adapted to your personal level.
First finger exercises: please write us an email for this or train your vocal chords:

+43 5212 2621

 

€ 120 for hotel guests.

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Yoga, Wellness, Self-discovery

Yoga and wellness form a wonderful unity. Both have the goal that through physical relaxation the mind finds peace to unfold its full potential. In our yoga and wellness hotel in Austria you can therefore really switch off. It is impossible to imagine our wellness hotel without yoga. You practice asanas and pranayama in the morning with trained yoga instructors and enjoy wellness in the hotel after yoga. In a time when smartphones and laptops are our constant companions, it's good to free yourself from all electronics for a while, not to look outside but to turn inwards. That's exactly what yoga and wellness do by themselves. When the two elements come together, there is a lasting, noticeable effect of relaxation.

 

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Yoga and wellness form a wonderful unity. Both have the goal that through physical relaxation the mind finds peace to unfold its full potential. In our yoga and wellness hotel in Austria you can therefore really switch off. It is impossible to imagine our wellness hotel without yoga. You practice asanas and pranayama in the morning with trained yoga instructors and enjoy wellness in the hotel after yoga. In a time when smartphones and laptops are our constant companions, it's good to free yourself from all electronics for a while, not to look outside but to turn inwards. That's exactly what yoga and wellness do by themselves. When the two elements come together, there is a lasting, noticeable effect of relaxation.

 

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Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a strong, dynamic practice in which the breath guides the movement. The flow of breath is the linchpin of Vinyasa Yoga - it needs to be learned. For this reason, Vinyasa Yoga is often more challenging for beginners than other yoga styles. You can of course start on your own, but a Vinyasa Yoga course is highly recommended as an introduction to learn the basic technique. A good start for Vinyasa Yoga is practising the Ujjayi breath. Here, breathing is done with a slight restriction in the throat to lengthen the breaths evenly and for better control. At the same time, the breath is the measure of the practice in Vinyasa Yoga. It should always flow evenly. If it becomes too hectic, it is better to shift down a gear. As you can see, Vinyasa Yoga is perfect for tuning into your own body and mind.

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Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a calm, slow style of yoga in which asanas - yoga postures - are held for a long time. In yin yoga, you should stay in one posture for at least three to five minutes. The aim is to relax in the position. This may seem daunting, because not every asana looks so comfortable that you want to stay in it for a long time. All kinds of aids are used here, especially in Yin Yoga for beginners. Straps, pads, blankets - everything is allowed to adapt the posture to your own needs. Yin Yoga stands for the gentle part of life, which is why Yin Yoga is particularly suitable in autumn - when nature comes to rest. Yin yoga is often equated with relaxation, but this is not quite right. Even after a yin yoga session, it is not uncommon to feel sore muscles. The practice penetrates deep into the muscle tissue, into the fasciae. All we can say is: it's really beneficial. Try it for yourself in our yoga hotel!

 

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Yin Yoga is a calm, slow style of yoga in which asanas - yoga postures - are held for a long time. In yin yoga, you should stay in one posture for at least three to five minutes. The aim is to relax in the position. This may seem daunting, because not every asana looks so comfortable that you want to stay in it for a long time. All kinds of aids are used here, especially in Yin Yoga for beginners. Straps, pads, blankets - everything is allowed to adapt the posture to your own needs. Yin Yoga stands for the gentle part of life, which is why Yin Yoga is particularly suitable in autumn - when nature comes to rest. Yin yoga is often equated with relaxation, but this is not quite right. Even after a yin yoga session, it is not uncommon to feel sore muscles. The practice penetrates deep into the muscle tissue, into the fasciae. All we can say is: it's really beneficial. Try it for yourself in our yoga hotel!

 

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Iyengar Yoga

Aids play an important role in Iyengar Yoga. The name giver of Iyengar Yoga is B. K. S. Iyengar. He founded the yoga movement with elements from Hatha Yoga: physical exercises - the asanas - and pranayama. The precise execution of the asanas is essential in Iyenga Yoga. In Iyengar Yoga for beginners, our Iyengar Yoga expert will provide you with professional guidance and assistance. It is also possible to practise Iyengar Yoga for healthy ageing. The postures have positive effects on general health. Similar to Yin Yoga, the asanas in Iyengar Yoga are held longer than in other yoga styles. Would you like to try Iyengar Yoga yourself, feel more flexible again and experience the rejuvenating effect? On an Iyengar yoga holiday in Seefeld you have the opportunity to do so!

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Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is often equated with yin yoga, but this is not correct. In both styles, the asanas are held for a long time - sometimes up to 20 minutes - with the aim of inducing relaxation and calm. Restorative yoga, however, is less physically intense than yin yoga. Yin Yoga aims to reach the deep muscles, increase energy flow and improve flexibility. In Restorative Yoga, the focus is on calmness and meditation, on achieving inner peace. You practice letting go and "just being" in Restorative Yoga. In Restorative Yoga, the postures are also supported with blankets, straps and pads. In the world where all success is measured by performance, Restorative Yoga can help you to be fully in the here and now again.

 

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Restorative Yoga is often equated with yin yoga, but this is not correct. In both styles, the asanas are held for a long time - sometimes up to 20 minutes - with the aim of inducing relaxation and calm. Restorative yoga, however, is less physically intense than yin yoga. Yin Yoga aims to reach the deep muscles, increase energy flow and improve flexibility. In Restorative Yoga, the focus is on calmness and meditation, on achieving inner peace. You practice letting go and "just being" in Restorative Yoga. In Restorative Yoga, the postures are also supported with blankets, straps and pads. In the world where all success is measured by performance, Restorative Yoga can help you to be fully in the here and now again.

 

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Hot Yoga

The name says it all in Hot Yoga. This style of yoga is becoming increasingly popular. Hot yoga has its origins in Bikram yoga. It is practised in a hot room at temperatures between 27 and 40 °C. Unlike Bikram yoga, however, hot yoga does not follow a fixed sequence of asanas, but offers a greater variation of flows. Hot yoga is often offered as a supplement to detox programmes and practised to music. Hot yoga is advertised as being particularly healthy, and indeed researchers have found in practitioners that hot yoga can prevent changes in the cell walls of blood vessels that promote heart disease. Thus, hot yoga could reduce the risk of a heart attack or stroke. In any case, the fun factor should not be dismissed.

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Yoga Holidays Austria

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Yoga holidays in Austria? Yes, it doesn't always have to be Mallorca, Portugal or Bali. Because real power spots are so close - for example in Seefeld. Yoga is a powerful practice that can help you cope better with the major distractions of life - stress, hectic, restlessness - while finding contentment and happiness within yourself. An appropriate atmosphere, such as that which prevails at yoga in Tyrol, is incredibly energising and facilitates the process. Even if you practice regularly, a yoga holiday in Austria can give you a beneficial boost. In one fell swoop, you can let go of all tension, cleanse yourself, start anew. Such breaks are important to regroup. Even a short stay at the day spa with yoga can work wonders.

 

These are our yoga experts

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Doris Pecho

A few years ago I had health problems and discovered yoga and Pilates for myself - both became my great passion.

 

From 2010 onwards, numerous trainings in the health sector followed. I finally find my calling in teaching Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga, as well as Mat Pilates. I want to be there for all those who want to improve their health and quality of life in the long term.

 

My focus is therefore always on the individual needs of the guests. My mission is accomplished when my participants leave my classes challenged but not overwhelmed with a smile. That fills me with deep satisfaction! I look forward to seeing you in my yoga or Pilates classes.

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Marion

I am a yoga teacher, self-employed in my own practice.

 

Trained in the "Iyengar" style, I worked full-time as a yoga teacher from 2006 to 2019. I have enjoyed various further and advanced trainings in Restorative Yoga, Hot Yoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Flow and also meditation and Pranayama have accompanied me for several years as a foundation for a deeper spiritual practice.

 

In addition to my work as a counsellor, I still enjoy teaching yoga to selected small groups and private individuals in order to pass on and teach the powerful essence of yogic practice at a quality level.

Summer, Sun, Garden of Eden

For all summer lovers and wellness enthusiasts, we have a few casual arragements.

Click here for direct access to these special offers.

So pack your bags quickly and let's go!

 

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