Reset through the wellbeing activities while allowing yourself to re-connect with your inner self, nature and others around you
Imagine a getaway to Switzerland's breathtaking mountain ranges where you can uncover secluded and unspoiled natural surroundings. Unwind by engaging in yoga and snowshoeing, which will also help to promote calmness and mental clarity.
Complement these activities with nourishing, high-quality cuisine and luxurious spa amenities. By participating in these wellness activities, you will have the opportunity to reconnect with yourself, nature, and others in an intimate and unique setting.
This retreat is designed for a select group of women who are eager to embrace outdoor experiences, enjoy snowshoeing, and appreciate being part of a small, close-knit community.
During half-day mindful snowshoeing excursions, we’ll enjoy the beauty of the winter landscape with its endless forests and snow covered peaks. Together with your mountain guide, Ruta, you’ll find your own walking rhythm and practise connecting to nature by observing
our thoughts and senses.
These tools will help you slow down and stay centred to fully enjoy the present moment. Ruta will carefully select snowshoeing routes with easy to moderate climbs. Walkers are required to wear comfortable waterproof boots and outerwear, while snowshoes and poles will be provided by the mountain guide.
Deepen your yoga practice with daily yoga and meditation classes. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an advanced yogi, this program will help you
awaken the potential within yourself, through Vinyasa, Hatha and Restorative Yin yoga methods, led by Ruta, a qualified yoga instructor.
Sessions take place in a beautiful studio located in a quiet corner of the garden, which benefits
from the mountain sunlight and is perfect for practising in small groups.
The retreat participants will be residing in a century-old, historic hotel situated in the heart of the Swiss Engadin mountains. This hotel, with its rich heritage, has undergone renovations and now boasts Art Deco features.
The rooms offer stunning views of the mountains, with a south-facing orientation ensuring that all guests have a mountain view. The grand Art Nouveau dining hall, as well as the well-preserved original public spaces such as the ladies' lounge, library, bar, and former hotel kitchen, will transport you back in time and remind you of the hotel's history and its connection to the town.
Our guests can access the brand new SPA facilities in the hotel. The sauna is housed in the historical ice cellar, where once blocks of ice from Lake Palpuogna were stored to maintain the Kurhaus food's coolness in summer. The guests can now relax in a modern sauna nestled in a 120-year-old environment with stamped concrete and stream gravel from the Tuors stream bed.
After a relaxing sauna session, you can refresh yourself in the cold water pool fed by the Albula mineral water "Ava da Bravuogn" and "Ava Cuetschna". A stroll in the fresh air between sauna sessions is always recommended. You can unwind and recharge in the rest pavilion and recreation room.
Nature Philosophy by Be Outside Coaching
2 night accommodation in Kurhaus Bergün Hotel
breakfast, lunch and dinner
with a qualified mountain leader (Association of Mountain Guides in Switzerland)
with a a qualified yoga teacher
to Bergun and back
can give you extra protection if your holiday doesn't go as planned
Kurhaus Bergün Hotel is conveniently located 2 hour drive from Zurich, easily accessible via various transportation options.
Veja Grusaida 9, 7482 Bergün/Bravuogn, Switzerland
Combinable with train travels in Switzerland – advice available upon request
Ruta is an avid hiker with a passion for nature and the outdoors. She is a seasoned mountain leader, neuro-coach, forest therapy guide, and certified Yin yoga instructor.
Her goal is to share the beauty of the Swiss Alps and promote the connection between nature and human development. With her company, Be Outside Coaching, Ruta delivers immersive and holistic nature experiences in the Swiss Alps.
Her passion for the outdoors and its positive impact on human well-being is contagious, as evidenced by the feedback from participants in her retreats.