Finding your inner balance

From rush to reflection

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“He who pauses receives power from within,“ wrote the Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu, who lived in the 6th century BC and penned numerous words of wisdom. It is a statement that is becoming more important than ever in our fast-paced reality. But ... when do we actually consciously pause in our lives? And - do we even have the time to do so? We eat in drive-throughs, we drink coffee to go, and we fight states of exhaustion with "fast-working" remedies. We run away from ourselves in the rat race, while the clock ticks louder and louder. Faster and faster, higher and higher, further and further because "the sky is the limit". Meaning: there's no limit to how high we can go.
Taking the wind out of our sails

In a world where time is considered a precious resource and productivity is often valued above everything else, “doing nothing” seems like a luxury that only a few can afford. It seems paradoxical: the hardest thing for us to do is to take a break and let our minds calm down – even though it is so important for our well-being and mental health. Have we forgotten how to get a feel for ourselves?

The advantage of taking things a little slower is that you can see more clearly what lies ahead. Moments of quite reflection open the senses to what is important and allow us to mature and grow. At the Mirabell Dolomites Hotel we are always available to provide you with individual advice so that you can enjoy the right treatments to suit your needs. In the following, we will give you a small insight into what we have to offer and perhaps also a glimpse of a more fulfilling life that lies ahead of you.


… originates from India and is rooted in Hindu philosophy. It includes a wide range of physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation. Yoga postures can vary from gentle and relaxing to demanding and strenuous – breathing also plays a key role. The exercises have a variety of goals, including physical health, mental clarity, spiritual development and inner balance.

Our tip:
Pranayama – the power of breathing. Weekly yoga classes take place at Mirabell.

Current weekly programme


… an ancient Indian health teaching, is still used in everyday life today. It uses a variety of approaches to restore the balance of the doshas and promote health. We offer constitutional check-ups, iris diagnosis, Ayurvedic pulse and tongue diagnosis, hydro-colon therapy and much more.

Our tip:
Shirodara. In Ayurveda, the head is referred to as the “gateway to heaven”. So let’s make sure it feels that way – with a soothing massage for the face and head that stimulates the nerves and eliminates tension.

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… originates from Chinese medicine and is based on the concept of Qi (life energy) and TMC (Traditional Chinese Medicine). The focus is on flowing movements, breathing exercises and meditations. When practised, the outflow of energy is harmonised, stress is reduced and holistic well-being is naturally enhanced.

Our tip:
Qi Gong classes are held weekly at the Mirabell. The sessions vary in length from 30 to 45 minutes and are suitable for everyone.

Current weekly programme

Pain therapy

… is especially used when it is a targeted solution to pain and tension. The massages and shock wave therapies can lead to relief or even complete freedom from pain.

Silence teaches us to listen properly

Consciously leaving everyday life behind to create space and time for yourself. (Re)learning the ability to develop rituals that can be seamlessly integrated into our lives. The first step in the right direction is often difficult – humans are creatures of habit. At our Mirabell Dolomites Hotel we take you by the hand and accompany you on your individual path to increased awareness, energy and harmony. Lao Tzu’s words remind us that the path to inner balance begins within ourselves. Our extensive range of health teachings, treatments and therapies, accompanied by the caring and discreet care of our experienced spa team and a soothing ambience, gives you the opportunity to treat yourself to a precious time-out.

Not someday, but now.

„Slowness is not unproductivity.
It is precisely in this slowness that
the quality and depth of life often lie.“
– Erich Fromm