YOGA & Skiing in Zermatt while sleeping on 3000m. For those who have not been there, the view on the Matterhorn is Amazing & it is very cold. Zermatt is one of the most well-known resorts with enough slopes for everybody.
We will take the first train FROM ZURICH Friday morning around 6 a.m. and be in ZERMATT at 9 a.m. on friday morning. We will get the Ski-Pass & move our Stuff to 3000m.
We will be sleeping 2 nights (Fr/Sat) in a cabin on 3000m. Back on Sunday evening in Zurich.
Zermatt (1,620 m) pulses with life. Shops, cafés, bars and noble hotel lounges offer variety. But Zermatt is also a Walser village with houses dating back more than 500 years. Everything within a walk – even romantic neighbourhoods and quiet corners. And all paths eventually lead directly to the peaceful and yet wild mountain world at the foot of the Matterhorn.
Package Price: CHF 295.--
- 2 Overnights on 3000m in a Cabin
- 2 Dinner (excl drinks) & 2 Breakfast
- SKI Guiding in Zermatt & International (245km)
- YOGA/Mediation Session: morning & Afternoon (before breakfast or dinner)
not included/ Price for Skipass for 2 days:
- Swiss pass: CHF146.--
- International: CHF170.--
Get ready for your best Skiing & Yoga Weekend in the Swiss Mountain.
Please be advised:
- limited availability
- reservation is made, when payment is done
- no refunds
This is an event in collaboration with www.yogamen.ch & www.aroga.ch
YogaMen is an initiative to bring men to Yoga to develop strength, flexibility, balance, and muscle definition while also developing inner strength. YogaMen is not a taboo anymore and is not just a trend. In our modern society, we know that inner balance is the prerequisite for a better and happier life. Yoga will act to recharge the depleted batteries that would power a man’s soul.
Yogamen is an initiative by Stefan Boeni. He was educated and trained in India to become an expert yoga teacher. In India, he had intensively studied the origins of yoga: the philosophy of yoga, the teachings behind it, and the specific yoga techniques. Many years ago, he had his first yogic experience. It was a gym session that has nothing in common with yoga as he knows it today. Afterwards, he developed the impression that mixed yoga groups, especially those for beginners, limit the level of success that an individual participant can enjoy.