Spa and Wellness – Insiders Berlin A Berlin city guide by the people who live here Mon, 27 Mar 2017 15:12:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 45032905 Relaxing Yoga Weekend 150km outside Berlin Tue, 03 Jan 2012 15:11:08 +0000

For those who are in need of some quiet time, nature, yoga, ‘me time’, and/or relaxation, we recommend a yoga weekend with Erinbell Fanore at the Salvey Mühle. Her last weekend in November quickly sold out as was a complete success. She is offering two this Spring. The March one is sold out but there is still space on the FEBRUARY 17-19 weekend.

The weekend includes 6 yoga classes (Yin and Hatha), 6 delicious home cooked vegetarian meals and two nights accommodations at the 750 year old beautiful renovated mill.

The Salvey Mühle is a great place to unwind and recharge. The surrounding nature is stunning. The combination of yoga, good food, fresh air, and quite, inspire deep relaxation. As her last guests told us, you’ll be sure to return home recharged.

Erinbell Fanore is an experienced and well loved yoga teacher (certified by Yoga Alliance). She has taught in Ireland, Morocco, Sicily, Malta and now runs classes throughout Berlin in English and German. She teaches both Yin (slow deep yoga for the health of the joints and the connective tissues) and a following Hatha class (for strength, conditioning and muscular flexibility).

The weekend costs, 190 euros for a Single Room or for 170 euros Double Room, with a maximum capacity of 12 people.

For more information about Erinbell, her Berlin classes and her Yoga Weekend February 17-19, 2012 see (all information is in English):


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Liquidrom Berlin Sat, 30 Apr 2011 07:56:37 +0000

LiquidromPicture yourself floating in the darkness, body supported by warm salty water, listening to chilled electronic beats (played by a live DJ), as lights play over your body. This is Berlin’s Liquidrom and I have to say this is unlike any spa I’ve ever been to. When you’re done with drifting about or getting loved up with your partner, you can have a massage, head for the saunas, steam baths or outside terrace. In winter, the terrace is covered with snow so if you’re into extremes you can have a snow rub followed by a soak in the heated little central pool. In summer, lie back on a lounger with anything from a herbal tea to a Caipirinha.  The facilities are clean and luxurious and the vibe is comfortable as long as you’re okay with nudity – and by the time you’ve been there for a couple of hours, you’ll be so chilled you wont mind.

Prices are reasonable in terms of value for money at €19.50 for 2 hours.

Opening hours are Mon-Thurs 10am-12am and Fri-Sun: 10am-1am.

U-Bahn station is Mockernbrucke on the U1



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