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Fall Warm Up with Yoga at Adler Thermae in Tuscany
Wellness resort known for thermal baths will offer three yoga retreats in
November and December


Bagno Vignoni, Italy, September, 2017: Tuscany's Adler Thermae Resort and Spa, the innovative five-star hotel fed by the healing thermal waters of Bagno Vignoni, has announced three new yoga-focused holidays for yogis of all levels, whether they are just getting started on the mat or looking to deeper an existing practice.

Since its founding, the resort has been focused on enhancing the physical and mental wellbeing of its guests. And yoga is the ideal partner to the property’s 1,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor pools, baths and saunas. After a day spent doing planks and down dogs, what could be better than a warm, soothing soak or decadent spa treatment—or both? The yoga workshops, each led by a carefully chosen English speaking expert, will be held in November and December and are open to guests of all levels.

Yoga Experience – The Goddess Whisperer (November 26 through 30; from €887 per person) will be led by Anna Lisa Tempestini, who will work with guests looking to reconnect with their female energy by, as she says, “exploring feminine mythology and archetypes and learning asana sequences to refine the perception of energy in the body.” Tempestini, who lives near the Montalcino region in a 16th century villa, is also a winemaker and cooking instructor. The four-day retreat will take place on the Monday immediately following Thanksgiving in the United States.

The stay will include:

  • Seven 90-minute yoga classes with Anna Lisa (two daily between Monday and Wednesday, and a final morning class on Thursday)
  • One €100 spa gift certificate
  • One Adler welcome gift

Yoga-O (December 3 through 7; from €980 per person) will help participants start their yoga practice anew (the “O” stands for zero, or “new beginning”) with yoga instructor Massimiliano D'Apolito. The yoga workshops will focus not only on traditional poses, but also encourage guests to practice proper alignment in their daily activities, whether they’re driving, sitting at a desk or lounging on a couch. Ayurvedic specialist Dr. Nahrendu Babu will also be available to share expertise on diet, exercise, meditation and more.

The stay will include:

  • Four 90-minute daily yoga classes
  • Two yoga massage sessions, with the instructor both assisting the student in various poses and performing massage techniques
  • One private session with Dr. Babu to define the dosha, or mind-body type that’s responsible for physiological activity
  • One Euro €100 voucher discount for treatments recommended by the practitioners
  • One Adler welcome gift

Ashtanga Yoga & Ayurveda (December 10 through 14; from €836 per person) will be led by Elena De Martin, director of the Ashtanga Yoga School in Milan. Ashtanga is a vigorous, physically challenging style of yoga that synchronizes breath and movement and helps strengthen all areas of the body, especially the core. De Martin spent many years studying with and assisting Lino Miele, one of Italy’s leading yoga teachers who was a direct disciple of Ashtanga founder K. Pattabhi Jois.

The stay will include:

  • Half board (breakfast and one other meal)
  • Seven two-hour yoga classes with Elena (two daily between Monday and Wednesday, and a final morning class on Thursday)
  • One 50-minute Ayurvedic treatment (guests may choose the Abhyanga Massage, a full-body treatment using warm sesame oil; the Udvarthana Massage with deep-cleansing herbal pastes; or the Haki Flow massage to support proper body alignment, performed in thermal water)
  • One Adler welcome gift

About Adler Thermae:

Set between the wine areas of Montepulciano and Montalcino, Tuscany's Adler Thermae Resort and Spa is a pioneering five-star hotel fed by the ancient and healing thermal waters of Bagno Vignoni. The hotel has a total of 90 luxury rooms and suites, each with a balcony or terrace overlooking the Val d'Orcia. The spa menu offers more than 120 treatments that blend the highest quality natural products with state-of-the-art equipment. The spa provides not only relaxation and beauty services, but also modern western medicine and alternative healing methods. The ADLER MED medical competence center has its own team of doctors from disciplines like general medicine, laboratory medicine, aesthetic medicine, modern Mayr medicine, homeopathy, herbal medicine and nutrition. Along with Adler Thermae, the Sanoner family also owns three resorts in Italy's Dolomites mountain region. The Sanoners have been in the hotel business since 1810, when they opened their first small inn, and the four hotels are currently managed by the family's seventh generation.

For more information: https://www.adler-thermae.com/en/
Press contact: Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566 or  martha@moranopr.com,

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