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Your yoga hotel with garden in South Tyrol – feel well & slow down
The place to be (yourself)
Wellness means one thing above all: slowing down and shifting down a gear. Leave everyday stress behind and enjoy our all-round wellness programme to the full. Concentrate on the essentials – on South Tyrolean nature and moments of pleasure with the people you love most.
A small wellness area with Finnish sauna, steam bath and Kneipp basin – the perfect place to relax at Hotel Post! But not the only one … in fact, wellbeing and relaxation are an integral part of our philosophy, like a red thread running through the entire hotel. Even the stagecoach drivers knew that when they stopped here to rest after a long journey. Back then, what they needed to recharge their batteries was a hearty soup and a warm, dry place. Today, people’ needs are deeper and more complex. What’s good for you? A yoga session with our host Karin, a soothing sauna, a guided meditation in the garden… Just listen to the birds chirping, enjoy a good drop of South Tyrolean wine or read a book from our hotel library.
Relax at the Post …
Finnish sauna, steam bath, Kneipp basin – alternate warm and cold water to feel well. Then pamper yourself in the relaxation room with tea corner or on the sunny lawn in summer.
Yoga in the Hotel
Yoga classes and meditation exercises with our host and yoga teacher Karin will make your holiday at the Hotel Post truly relaxing.
Taste, savour & enjoy. The mindful tasting of South Tyrolean wines with our host Karin is a fixed point in our deceleration & wellness programme.
Quality time with yourself
Plenty of space to unwind awaits you in the garden, on the sun terrace and in the natural surroundings of the Hotel Post.
Trenser Muater – Maria Trens Pilgrimage Church
Pilgrimage, yoga and meditation have become part of the lifestyle of the modern traveller, constantly striving for deep inner peace, constantly in search of himself while making a pilgrimage or praying. Cloisters and traditional pilgrimages lead people from the surrounding valleys to Maria Trens. On 1st May and the second Saturday in October, thousands of pilgrims set out early in the morning from their parish to reach the Trenser Muater after several hours of walking. For many of them, pilgrimage is simply a tradition, for others it’s a sign of deep faith. In recent years, more and more pilgrims are taking part in this walk to find themselves, slowly, step by step.