Ayurveda Resort Sonnhof
|Package||Ayurveda relax and feelgood days|
|Property||Ayurveda Resort Sonnhof|
|Style||‘Tyrol meets India’ design concept|
|Member of Healing Hotels of the World|
Ayurvedic therapy detox
Rediscover your zest for life with a revitalising Ayurvedic therapy short break at the Ayurveda Resort Sonnhof. Here in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps you can benefit from their unrivalled fusion of authentic Ayurveda and European lifestyle. Ayurveda relax and feelgood days is designed to cleanse and detoxify the system and aid deceleration. Ayurvedic programmes are complemented by spa facilities in the Ayurveda Spa, the unique Sonnhof Signature Cuisine and activities in a stunning Alpine environment.
Ayurveda relax and feelgood days is a great programme of Ayurvedic therapy, including an energy massage to strengthen the nervous system and a Himalayan salt and oil scrub to release stressful energy and strengthen the immune system, while full body oil massages and a classic ‘Shirodhara’ flowing oil treatment relax body and mind. You’ll find your equilibrium returns with a visible, tangible rejuvenating effect! Our tip: you can also include a consultation and pulse diagnosis with an Ayurvedic physician to determine your individual ‘Dosha’ type.
- Authentic Ayurveda without the long-haul flight
- European Ayurvedic cuisine – fresh, regional, seasonal
- Ayurveda Spa with ‘Dosha’ saunas
- Programme of Yoga and meditation
- Variety of detox and Panchakarma cures
There’s no longer any need to travel long-haul to India for authentic Ayurveda – this ancient holistic philosophy can be found in the Austrian Alps! Ayurveda Resort Sonnhof is a place of harmony, where an expert, dedicated team offer European Ayurveda® in a beautifully serene Tyrolean mountain setting. The retreat offers 30 rooms and suites, an Ayurveda Spa with sauna and steam landscape, energy garden, Spirit Lounge and restaurants. Supervised medical Ayurvedic breaks are designed to assist guests on their own personal journey to wellbeing and reconnection with their true self, based on Ayurveda’s three pillars of health: Ayurvedic Nutrition, Yoga, and Diagnosis & Treatment.