Yoga is an over 2,000-year-old technique that originated in India. The goal of Yoga is to live in harmony with oneself. Yoga is more than just movement or breathing techniques. It is a philosophy of life to live more consciously and healthily.
For us as a Biohotel in Tirol a healthy and conscious lifestyle plays an important role. We offer high-quality Yoga-services in our hotel which fulfill the needs both of beginners and intermediates. Daniela is professional Yoga instructor an part of our team. She offers yoga lessons on a regular basis.
For us, as an organic hotel in Tyrol, healthy and conscious living is another essential part of our philosophy. This is why we have set up a separate yoga room in the hotel. We regularly organize yoga weeks at the Biohotel and combine them with hiking during the summer or exercise in the snow during the winter. Take a look at our summer and winter offers.
Start the day early in the morning with yoga by the lake and a view of the mountains—this image becomes a reality here in Stillebach. Begin the day with a strengthened mind and body.
from 8 am - 8.50 am. duration: 50 min
2 times per week from monday to thursday
from 5 pm - 6.20 pm. duration: 80 min
3 times per week from monday to thursday
My name is Danilea Brugger and I am a yoga instructor for Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga and Vinyasa Flow and currently I am doing an educational course for the Aerial Yoga instructor. Furthemore, I am a certified Tyrolean hiking guide. When I did my first educational course for a yoga instructor in 2016 I got to know different aspects of yoga. Since that time I go deeper and deeper into the world of yoga. I love to teach different styles of yoga, so that my students are able to feel how it works. In the end, you cannot describe yoga, you have to feel it!
The Swiss Pine Relaxation Room at the Biohotel is a place of relaxation and peace. The relaxation room with its large panoramic window and unobstructed view of the mountains is the perfect place to unwind—whether after a long sauna session, a refreshing bath in the Stillebach Lake, or simply to read a book in peace.