Due to the current situation we need to cancel the Yoga Spring 2020 and we hope to see you at the Yoga Autumn 2020 in October.
Why Gastein gives "Greeting the Sun" a whole new meaning.
Yoga is healthy. Outdoors it's even healthier. And set against the backdrop of the majestic Hohe Tauern mountains, it becomes a true source of power and a very special experience indeed. Twice a year, you can take part in Gastein's yoga days, experience new and familiar Asanas together, practice breathing techniques, and find peace and strength through a series of flowing motions. Timeouts like these are especially important in such hectic and fast-paced times. No wonder, then, that Gastein's yoga days have grown to become one of the biggest yoga events in all of Europe, offering yoga for every level. Are you in the mood to "Breathe the Mountains" in Gastein?
The big opening concert from the Yogaspring in Gastein: SOHAM - Songs, Sound and Spirit with Cataleya Fay. To get yourself in the right mood for the extraordinary concerts put on by Cataleya Fay, please go ahead and click here.
The opening concert will take place at the Congress Center in Bad Hofgastein on Thursday, 21 May at 8 p.m.
In addition to the yoga highlights and various yoga styles for all ages, individual sessions will also be offered in the fields of Dance & Sound, Herbs & Nutrition, Nature & Spirituality, along with impulse talks on nutrition and meditation.
"Meet the Yogis" will also give you the opportunity to exchange experiences with your fellow yoga fans and get to know the yoga instructors in person.
Enjoy yoga as a source of power, set against the majestic backdrop of the Hohe Tauern mountains, with countless impulses for you to take back home with you afterwards.
Around 40 yoga teachers from Austria and Germany lead some 300 yoga sessions over the course of barely two weeks. And not only in yoga rooms - in Gastein, nature becomes one gigantic yoga studio. Yoga on a platform by the waterfall, next to Mirror Lake on the Fulseck, or on the summit of the Stubnerkogel with glorious views of the 3,000ers of Hohe Tauern National Park. Here, where you are closer to the sun than perhaps anywhere else, "greeting the sun" takes on a whole new meaning.