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Ms. Luise
Yoga Teacher
Rockholm at the lighthouse Beach
(Branch of Park am See Nattika Ayurveda )

My time at Park am See, Nattika Ayurveda was a wonderful, relaxing time with lots of new experiences and lovely people.

Surrounded by wonderful nature, blossoming trees, green meadows and the rising sun, I was able to start my day every morning on the way to the yoga hall. The mornings in the park are particularly magical, the lake is still in deep calm, the rising sun makes the smooth surface of the water glisten and the mist floats over the fields covered in hoarfrost, where I have sometimes encountered deer or hares.

For two weeks, I was lucky enough to be able to teach here as a guest yoga teacher in the atmospheric, light-flooded and spacious yoga hall. There is space for relaxation here, space for guests to arrive in the here and now, on the mat and with themselves.

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Individual yoga, your path to your center:

With each day I was able to observe how the guests blossomed more and more, finding their peace, serenity and friends. It was a wonderful experience to be able to support them with meditations, gentle wellness yoga or the vitalizing, progressive yoga classes. It was particularly important to me to customize the classes so that all guests felt at home, because whether you are at the beginning of your yoga path or already more advanced, yoga is your path to the unity of body, mind and soul.

In the pranayama classes, we practiced breathing techniques together that help to let go of everything that no longer serves us: such as tension, anger or stress, and techniques that help to clear the mind, calm the nervous system and thus promote relaxation and peaceful sleep.

The magic of Ayurveda:

Away from the yoga hall, it is of course above all the Ayurvedic offerings that make this hotel a healing and special experience. I found the Ayurveda doctors to be particularly empathetic, they take a lot of time for their guests, take all health aspects seriously and develop an individual treatment plan with herbal-based medicine. Of course, the authentic Ayurvedic food, which is a real culinary highlight, and the relaxing massage therapies from Indian therapists are specially tailored to the needs of the guests.

It is a place of peace and relaxation, where people have the opportunity to pause, let go of everything and find their way back to themselves. In addition to what the Ayurveda hotel has to offer, I found the people I was able to meet particularly remarkable. The hotel staff always have a smile on their faces, greet their guests with warmth and make wishes come true wherever possible.

But the guests were also very special people to me, of course you can find peace and quiet on your own, but if you are looking for company, you can find inspiring conversations over the delicious Ayurvedic meals or walks together. I am very grateful that I was able to get to know the people here in a deep way. One of my favorite memories is chanting mantras together in front of the crackling campfire on the shores of beautiful Lake Tollensesee.

I am still drawing on my time in the park by the lake and am deeply grateful for all the experiences, the peace and relaxation and look forward to returning to this oasis of relaxation one day.