Relaxing at SeaSpa

Wellness by the lake. At the sunny heart of South Tyrol on the Ritten high plateau. Weihrerhof SeaSpa lies at 1,000 metres above sea level. And held in equally high estimation are nature and its healing properties. Who needs huge, artificial temples to wellness, when all that we need for our wellbeing is on the doorstep?
In South Tyrol dialect, 'laxn' means something like 'to relax'. This expression also has a further connotation: 'lax' can mean 'indifferent', too. If we look at the actual meaning of this word, it means something that is equally valid. For example, exertion next to relaxation, work next to free time or lightness next to weight. When we can see such or similar opposites as 'equally important', then we can also manage to relax, or 'laxn'.

Nature heals

'Laxn' stands for 'relaxing', amongst other things. But the main idea is this. Simply taking deep breaths, letting go, switching off. The fragrance of meadows outside, of hay inside. Taking a rest in the warmth. The eye is drawn to the greenery or out into the hushed winter landscape. Massages, care, programmes to pamper. And the names of the Signature Treatments adopt this attitude: 'Restore your Inner Balance' or 'Laxn à la Weihrerhof' live up to their promises.

Restorative water, calming hay, warming quarzite, strength-giving arolla pine – wellbeing doesn't have to be created by artificial means, but should arise in harmony with nature. Completely authentic and original. Such as a Kneipp stream that revives and features stones on its bed to massage the soles of the feet. Or the natural BergSea cosmetics range.

Wellness at Weihrerhof? This means simply enjoying a sense of wellbeing and a spot of 'laxn'. That sounds easy. Just as easy as relaxing comes here.