Take a deep breath, re-energize, do something good for yourself: Yoga Autumn Gastein invites you to slow down the pace of life.
In autumn, Gastein Valley shows us its most gentle face. The days get shorter, the temperatures milder, and everything is bathed in a golden light. This time of year is ideal for recharging your batteries before the winter sets in. And that's where "Yoga Autumn Gastein – Source of Inspiration” also comes into play.
Gastein Yoga Days take place twice a year, in each case over the span of 10 days. Some 40 yoga instructors teach over 300 yoga lessons at three different locations. This makes Gastein Yoga Days the biggest event of its kind in all of Europe.
Replenish your personal energy reserves, listen to your inner voice, restore harmony between your breathing and movement. Leave the daily grind far behind. Yoga Autumn in Gastein presents you with the ideal opportunity to do just that.
Don't be too surprised if, during Yoga Days, you keep hearing the same greeting throughout Gastein Valley: "Namasté!". This word actually comes to us from Sanskrit and means roughly "The divine within me greets the divine I see in you." True to this sentiment, during our autumn Yoga Days in Gastein, participants take part in mediation & relaxation as well as sensory, creative and spiritual courses from the worlds of dance, song, cooking, nutrition, nature and spirituality. Turn your thoughts to your inner self, discover whole new sources of energy and, by doing so, make it through the coldest season of the year in excellent shape. Special highlights of Yoga Days in Gastein, of course, include yoga sessions surrounded by nature and by the mountains. For further details, read on
Gastein Healing Gallery is famous worldwide for its unique healing powers. The successes of this form of therapy range from pain relief to complete freedom from pain as well as stabilization of the immune system. Yoga Days also includes a mediation and relaxation session in the Gastein Healing Gallery – two kilometers deep inside the mountain. Letting go completely, listening to your inner voice, and consciously becoming aware of body, mind and soul. This is the main focus of the exercise.