Hatha Yoga at Pentecost with Frank Schmid in the Swiss Alps/Graubuenden
A long weekend of self-discovery and relaxation in «Ascharina» near St. Antoenien with daily yoga practice and meditation session; plus lots of free time, to rest the soul, to hike or to enjoy the sauna or hot tub. A fascinating combination, which fully effects body and mind.
We activate the body and mind each morning by practicing yoga, by doing breathing exercises and meditation, enjoying a healthy brunch afterwards and structuring our free time activities according to our personal needs. The sun terrace, hot tub and the sauna are available exclusively to our group. There is also the possibility to explore nature on your own and start your hikes right in front of the hotel.
This retreat over the Pentecost long weekend is suitable for both beginners and more experienced yogis and yoginis, who enjoy the steady yoga practice and the possibilities to explore the magnificent mountains. Frank teaches in German or English.
Frank Schmid started growing in the Swiss Alps, then Zurich, New York and San Francisco. He lived in Vancouver, Canada, for 10 years. He received his Hatha Yoga teacher training from Ifat Erez in Canada and at the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala, India and he studied Yin Yoga with Paul Grilley. Frank’s daily practice reflects in his classes which he leads with a strong sense for detail, individual safety and fun. For those who take his classes, it is a quiet lesson in self-exploration, opening up body and soul to the accept and work through the practice, which at times mirrors the challenges of life.
The Hatha Yoga Retreat with Frank Schmid will take place from Thursday, June 1, 2017 through Monday, June 5, 2017 at Hotel „Wanna“ in the hamlet of Ascharina near St. Antoenien in Graubuenden.
We can accommodate up to 13 students in double and triple rooms. Single rooms are not available. Each room is equipped with a private shower and toilet. The rooms form part of the original stable, but rather than “sleeping in hay” guests enjoy the comfort of modern accommodation.
During our stay, the hotel “Wanna”, its sauna and hot tub are available exclusively to our group.
For more information about the hotel please check out www.wanna.ch
7:30 am: Fruit and Tea
8:00 to 10:00 am: Yoga class
10:30 am: Brunch
5:30 to 7:00 pm: Yoga class
7:15 pm: Dinner
• 4 nights of double/triple accommodation
• 2 vegetarian meals and an afternoon snack per day
• fresh drinking water from the source and tea
• all yoga classes
• bed linen and bath towels
• free use of the sauna and hot tub
• journey to/from Hotel Wanna
• expenditures (bus and train fare, other tickets, etc.) for hikes/trips
• additional drinks
• please bring your own yoga mat
Costs per person
CHF 1'190.- for accommodation in a double room
CHF 990.- for accommodation in a triple room
Hotel Wanna is located in St. Antoenien in the area Praettigau,
Graubuenden, in the hamlet of Ascharina, 2 km from the village centre.
The Lodge is easily accessible with public transport, car or coach.
Parking is available.
You should aim to arrive between 4:00 and 6:00 pm on Thursday, June 1, 2017. We are unable to receive guests before that time, so please organize travel arrangements accordingly. There will be a meet & greet at 6:00 pm, followed by the dinner.
Your first Yoga class will take place on Friday morning, June 2, 2017.
On Monday, June 5, 2017, the departure is at 12:00 p.m. latest. If you are leaving by public transports, please take the bus at 11:10 am at the station “Ascharina Post”.
Bookings / Information
For more information or to book please email Tanja at firstname.lastname@example.org
A non-refundable/non-transferable deposit of CHF 350.- per person is required.
The remainder is due on May 1, 2017. Cancellations after April 1, 2017 won’t be refunded.
If the teacher is unable to lead the retreat due to unforeseen circumstances, we reserve the right to replace the teacher with an equivalent one.
Insurance is your own responsibility. AIRYOGA/the teacher shall not be held liable for any damage to, or loss of, property or injury to persons.