Come to OM – Yoga at Solstice
Recharge your batteries in the nature and find your inner joy. The Yoga and Nature Days in the Olympiaregion Seefeld do not only offer a breathtaking mountain scenery but also a diverse yoga programme at the most magnificent power spots in the region. Breathe deeply, relax, and find your inner centre.
„Yoga is not about touching your toes. It is what you learn on the way down.“ (Jigar Gor)
Yoga originated in India and is one of the oldest sciences with a holistic view of the body. With its roots in Hinduism and Buddhism, yoga is a form of meditation. It consists of different exercises for both body and mind as well as breathing exercises. The philosophy reaches back thousands of years and still fascinates young and old alike today – or especially today.
Yoga is a technique that has an effect on body, mind and soul and unfolds its power in peace. There are many reasons why you should practice yoga: For one thing, it improves your self-awareness and quality of life, and for another, it strengthens the immune system and improves your productivity. Only those who have practiced yoga before will know the feeling of inner peace and total relaxation.
Yoga at Solstice
Between the 19th and 24th of July you can recharge your batteries in the midst of the mountains, find your joy and experience yoga in the nature with all your senses. At solstice, a time of deep spiritual meaning, the full power and diversity of the nature can be experienced even more intense.
Wether you’re an experienced yogi or simply interested in the Indian philosophy. Everyone who seeks to enjoy the marvellous nature in combination with yoga is welcome at the Yoga and Nature Days in the Olympiaregion Seefeld. A great selection of courses of different yoga styles, the best hotels as well as highly qualified yoga teachers make these Yoga Days a truly unique, spiritual experience.
Come to OM
OM is a holy symbol of Hinduism and Buddhism and stands for the power of the gods. OM represents the manifestation of the spiritual power and is seen as a mantra; it is also described as the “sound of universe”. Each of the three syllables (A-U-M) of which the symbol consists represent a state. A stands for the waking, U for the for dreaming, and M for the dreamless state. It can also be freely translated as “Everything that has been, is and will be”.
Come to OM and experience the power of the nature in the majestic mountain scenery.
Fotos: Heinz Zak/ Tourismusverband Seefeld/ Fotolia
Video: Mathias Obmascher