Alpina Gstaad Reopens to Offer Summer Wellness Retreats

Switzerland countryside roadThe Alpina Gstaad has reopened its doors to the public. Guests will now be able to experience what the resort has to offer including the 21,500 square-foot Six Senses Spa, along with holistic treatments and rejuvenation programs, a fitness center, an 82-foot lap pool, and a hammam.

From now to Sept. 30, 2013, The Alpina Gstaad is offering four Summer Wellness Retreats. In addition, a special Mountain Yoga Retreat with Six Senses yoga instructor Julian Balmer will be presented from June 24 to July 1, 2013.

Guests are invited to experience three, five or seven-day comprehensive and personalized wellness programs: Sense of Ayurveda, Sense of Detox, Sense of Fitness, Movement and Balance and Sense of Alpina. Starting at 2,095 Swiss francs (about $2,178) for the three-day Sense of Detox retreat, the package includes accommodations in a deluxe single room, all meals and various treatments and massages.

The three- or seven-day yoga retreat led by Julian Balmer combines group classes with sun salutations, meditation and films. The offer includes accommodations in a deluxe single and full board with spa, menus, excluding alcohol. The three-day package starts at $2,354 and the seven-day retreat is $5,483.

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