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Many people have discovered the power of yoga and are keen to continue their ritual even while on holiday.
We understand why. After all, we are also convinced of the positive effects of the positions known as "asanas", especially when led by an experienced yoga instructor in a light and airy room given over to yoga and meditation. Here at the Tuxerhof we have just that in our fourth-floor HimmelREICH lounge. Come along, try it out and let yourself be enchanted!
"What you learn on the mat you take with you into daily life – and use it as a force for good." – popular yoga saying
Wondering if yoga is the right thing for you? Try it out on holiay at the Tuxerhof! Yoga is perfect for all ages, for men and women, for beginners and experts. The aim is to gently stretch the body and achieve a state of peace both from a physiological and psychological perspective.
Here at the Tuxerhof we offer everything from early morning yoga, Moon salutation, Five Tibetans and Hatha Yoga to the chance to experience yoga with singing bowls and even yoga for children.
Hatha yoga is a form of yoga focussing on the balance between mind and body. It uses a series of physical exercises (asanas), breathing exercises (Pranayama) and meditation to achieve this goal. Hatha means the energy for life which is needed to achieve true harmony between mind and body.
According to Far Eastern tradition, the early hours of the morning are a special time particularly suited to yoga. Nature comes to life and the body's metabolism begins to work, preparing the organism for the day ahead. This is a good opportunity to positively influence the body, setting it on the right track for an enjoyable and productive day.
The sun salutation is a series of twleve yoga exercises (asanas) performed one after the other with a certain breathing pattern. The exercises invigorate mind, body and soul as well as loosening joints, muscles and ligaments and training the cardiovascular system.
Soothing movements – gentle breathing – quiet moments
Slowly and carefully we will approach the mind and body. A series of exercises results in the release of happy hormones and growth hormines, which have an anti-aging effect.
Tip! Perfect for beginners who want to try out yoga for the first time.
Join our yoga instructor Werner on a journey into subtle spheres – perfection in motion
Werner will show you how to control your mind and emotions as well as how to harmonise your body's natural energies. The aim is to achieve a happy mind and body on a journey towards enlightenment.
Become one with your breathing. Every movement/exercise brings you close to yourseld and lets you appreciate the meaning of your actions. Excellent for reducing stress.
Regular sessions make your feet, knees and legs stronger, your hips and back more supple and give you a better and more upright posture.
Learn the art of meditation, from breathing and posture to performing certain exercises (asanas).
Enjoy the sound of silence and let yourself be inspired by the positive light leading you back to your inner balance.
Journey of discovery to your INNER SELF
Nidra yoga aims to achieve deep relaxation of mind, body and soul. It is characterised by easy yoga exercises and breathing exercises. Prepare for a journey of discovery to your inner self.
Meditation session aimed at soothing the body
The human body has seven "chakras". The word "chakra" refers to key energy points in the body which have a major effect on the circulation, hormone levels, organ function, emotions and thoughts. Chakra meditation is characterised by slow, conscious, deep breathing, total peace & quiet, colour & light and becoming one with your inner strength.
The result is that natural blockages in the body are released, giving the chance for every to flow and to body to return to its natural state of relaxation.
A fun, relaxed and playful way to discover the joys of yoga. Children learn to develop a feel for their bodies and breathing. Yoga is also a great way to strengthen self-confidence – and relax from the hustle and bustle of life at school or kindergarden.
Yoga for children encouages youngsters to be creative and use their imagination. It is also a good way to train motor skills. Almost all yoga positions and exercises have names inspired by nature (Cobra, Dog, Fish, Ape, etc.), something whic often appeals to children. Through a series of games and stories children learn about their bodies with our friendly and professional yoga instructor Werner.