Yoga & Ayurveda for women

A soothing time out for you in this beautiful peaceful place to come to rest, relax and recharge your batteries with yoga and Ayurveda.

Every morning we meet for two hours of yoga practice in the spacious, beautiful yoga room at Haus am Seedeich. There is a relaxed mix of dynamic and static exercises with attention to the alignment of the body and the experience of the breath. We take plenty of time to experience the relaxing effects of the breathing exercises. In case of health problems, the exercises can of course be adapted. We do small meditative stillness exercises, short excursions into yoga philosophy that is still relevant today, and chanting of mantras. Previous knowledge of yoga is not required.

Afterwards, a delicious breakfast awaits us. Also lunch and dinner will be delicious and lovingly cooked vegetarian/vegan, Ayurvedic adapted. For even more relaxation and energy, everyone gets an Abhyanga (Ayurvedic full body massage) and a partial body massage of choice with the wonderful Ayurvedic herbal oils, which are individually selected. Dagmar will be happy to advise you on the choice of massage.

Otherwise, there is plenty of free time to explore the beautiful North Sea coast - by bike (rental bikes are available) or on foot. Time to read, laze around, watch the animals and enjoy a piece of delicious homemade cake.

The day ends with a tasty Ayurvedic dinner, nice conversations in the group or a good book. If you are interested, there is a lot of information about yoga and Ayurveda.

Course instructor: Dagmar Dührsen

I am a certified yoga teacher BDY/EYU, alternative practitioner for Ayurveda medicine and have been teaching since 2003. I have been working with people in movement therapy for a long time and with great pleasure and like to pass on the knowledge I have received from my teachers.

I have done several yoga teacher trainings in Germany and India, but I still see myself as a student.  In Viniyoga in the tradition of Sri Krishnamacharya and Sri T.K.V. Desikachar I have found my home and I am a student of R. Sriram (teacher of the yoga path). My wish is to pass on my love for yoga and the experiences from my own practice in teaching. I studied Ayurvedic medicine at the European Academy of Ayurveda, learned Ayurvedic massage there and with various teachers. I continue to learn here in Germany and India and do regular internships. My special love belongs to Ayurvedic herbalism and manual therapy with its wonderful massages, oils and marble therapy.

Dates & Prices:

12. May - 19. May 2024

Yoga & Ayurveda for women (Dagmar Dührsen)

16. Jun - 23. Jun 2024

Yoga & Ayurveda for women (Dagmar Dührsen)

08. Sep - 15. Sep 2024

Yoga & Ayurveda for women (Dagmar Dührsen)

13. Oct - 20. Oct 2024

Yoga & Ayurveda for women (Dagmar Dührsen)

28. Oct - 03. Nov 2024

Yoga & Ayurveda for women (Dagmar Dührsen)

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Included in the price:

- Supervision by the course instructor
- two hours of yoga per day (in the morning)
- yoga mats, blankets and pillows are provided
- two Ayurvedic massages: the full body oil massage "Abhyanga" (60 minutes) and a partial massage (60 minutes) of your choice
- including ayurvedic-vegetarian/vegan organic full board consisting of breakfast, light lunch, cake in the afternoon, appetizer & main course in the evening

Number of participants:

4-18 participants, there are 9 full places including massages bookable for trips with 6 nights, 10 places including massages for 7 nights. Up to 18 women can participate in the yoga course.

Course duration:

Two hours of yoga per day except on the day of arrival and departure, two afternoons or evenings massages. Dagmar Dührsen arranges the massage appointments with the participants on site, on request also before arrival.

Double as single room:

All rooms in the Haus am Watt are double rooms, which you can also occupy as single rooms, for which we charge the indicated surcharges. In the variant "own bathroom" you occupy a double as a single room with its own bathroom. In the variant "shared bathroom" you occupy a "half" two-room apartment (own, separate double as a single room) and share the bathroom with another person who occupies the other room in the apartment.