Activities
for calm and energy

Activities

We offer a variety of activities such as Do In, Qi gong and zenmeditation. Relax and get new energy. Most activities are included in your stay and no advance booking is necessary, but are subject to availability. Right now you need to reserve your seat at Calligraphy and Origami. For more see below.

Yasuragi Yoga

Time: 9.15 - 10.15 a.m

Exercises for the body´s energy areas; legs, hips, core and back. Basic stretches derived from Hatha yoga. Yasuragi yoga consists of meditation and training in mindfulness. The main focus is to increase your mindfulness, awareness of body, feelings and mind. No advance booking necessary. Bring yoga /work-out clothes. The activity is for private guests.

Zenmeditation

Time: 10.30 - 11 a.m and 3.30-4.00 p.m

Practice finding concept of “what is”. You learn how you should sit and what you do to come to peace and be more present with “what is”. Focus lies on breathing and posture. You even receive tips on how you can meditate at home. No advance booking necessary. You wear your yukata and dry underwear. The activity is for private guests.

EYE MOVEMENTS & YOGA NIDRA

Time: 2.30 - 3.15 p.m

The session begins with eye exercises that are considered to strengthen vision, balance both sides of the brain and harmonize the mind. This is followed by Yoga Nidra, a guided meditation technique that aims to put the body in a deeply relaxed state while the mind is awake and focused. No advance booking necessary. You wear your yukata and dry underwear. The activity is for private guests.

Do In / Qi Gong

Time: 1.30 - 2.15 p.m

A combined do in and qi gong class. The class begins with Do in that is a self-massage where you awaken muscles and blood vessels to life. The movements and presses expands blood vessels, activates the energy pathways and stimulate the muscles. Then we practice qigong – a method with origins in traditional Chinese medicine. Studies show that qigong has a dampening effect on stress. The movements increase body awareness, providing deeper breathing and better posture. No advance booking necessary. You wear your yukata and dry underwear. The activity is for private guests.

Journey of sounds

Time: 11.15 - 12 noon and 4.30 - 17.15 p.m

Make time for deep relaxation. To the tunes of the Tibetan singing bowls, you will be get help to relax with a guided meditation and the beneficial sounds / vibrations from the different sound bowls. During the whole session, you lie on a yoga mat on the floor, preferably with a blanket over you. No advance booking necessary. You wear your yukata and dry underwear. The activity is for private guests.

Activity Schedule

9.15 - 10.15 Yasuragi Yoga
10.30 - 11.00 Zenmeditation
11.15 - 12 noon Journey of sounds
1.30 - 2.15 Do In / Qi Gong
2.30 - 3.15 Eye movements & Yoga Nidra
3.30 - 4.15 Zenmeditation
4.30 - 5.15 Journey of sounds

Frequently asked questions about our activities

  • Do I need to prebook activites?

    No, we have drop-in on our activities. There is a limited number of places, so arrive well before the session begin. With respect for other guests, please do not step in on the started activity.

  • What do I wear on the activities?

    You can wear your yukata (Japanese cotton robe) during the activities. Be sure to wear underwear or dry swimwear underneath. For yoga, however, we recommend that you bring comfortable clothes to yoga in.

  • Do you have a gym?

    Outside next to our Japanese garden you will find our outdoor gym, which you are free to use at any time. There are also nice walking and jogging trails in the area. Ask for a map at the reception.

  • Can I come earlier or stay longer to be able to go on a certain activity?

    No, you are welcome to participate in the activities that start and end within the time frame of the package you have booked.

Activities at Yasuragi spa

Yasuragi offers a variety of activities for you to get a moment of rest and reload with new energy. Our idea is that you would get some inspiration, tips and advice to take care of yourselt even after you leave Yasuragi.

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