Maybe you are already familiar from yoga with the connection of some inner and outer values through breathing? You have already felt how breathing unites you with your life and with everything that breathes? Let yourself into the secrets of a breath walking tour around Vals with the concentration on breathing. Learn how to breathe in trust, vitality and thankfulness. Feel how to do yourself good with some deep and quality breathing and give yourself serenity or strength through it. Our breathing trainer Ida will be by your side.
Included in our weekly program is a free gentle breath walking tour with Ida, a certified breathing trainer.
Ida’s breath walking tours are an invitation for you to find peace in a gentle way. You charge up on energy, break down stress and enjoy an inner massage. Ida shows you how to be good to your organs, just with some simple breathing. Many of us have forgotten how to breathe properly. It will do you good to simply rediscover the better way to breathe and to integrate breathing energy into your daily life.
Breath walking tours around Vals in the Alpine region Gitschberg-Jochtal often lead you to places of energy in nature. Here, with wonderful views, we meditate in a forest clearing or under a “roof” of fragrant pine branches, immersing ourselves in the peace of our inner core and together we carry out the breathing exercises. Feel how good the fresh mountain air is for you. At 1,200 to 1,600 above sea level your immune system functions particularly well.
And whilst hiking and stopping to reflect, your nose will also take in the natural scents around you: damp earth, forest smells, the gentle fragrances of blossoms along the pathways ... Take time to discover and enjoy all these! You will soon see how a breath walking tour enhances your sensibilities for your surroundings and for yourself.
In the summer months the breath walking tour ends with a Kneipp course in the Vals stream. The mountain water is totally refreshing and invigorating for your body and circulation. And apart from this, when was the last time you simply kicked off your walking boots and let your feet dangle in the stream? Just do it!