The week’s programme is basically as follows; the day of arrival is devoted to getting to know each other and a communal welcome dinner at night. Five mornings are filled with a yoga session. In the afternoon you can take part in a relaxing activity. The other days you are free to spend any way you like. The programme ends on the last day with a communal breakfast.

Check-in at the hotel from 17.00 hrs. At 19.30 hrs. you are expected for an aperitivo della casa followed by the welcome dinner. If you arrive at Verona Airport after 20.00 hrs, the restaurant will provide a light meal later that night. In that case the first yoga lesson on Monday will start half an hour later. After all, you are on holiday, right? 

The first day is devoted to acclimatizing, the first yoga lesson, exploring the environment and having dinner together at 19.30 hrs.

Monday through Saturday (outline)
08.00 - 09.30 Breakfast buffet 

09.30 - 12.00 Yoga (*) 
13.00 - 14.00 Lunch  

15.00 - 19.00 Afternoon programme 
19.30 - Dinner

(*) With the exception of Wednesday. This is a day you can spend any way you like.Enjoying doing nothing at all? Or a day’s shopping, swimming or visiting museums? It is up to you. We will be happy to assist you with excursion tips and reservations. 

The last day ends after breakfast.

Besides the morning programme, you can select during this week various activities, such as; a lovely yet light hike with a guide, a boat trip on Lake Garda to the idydllic town of Limone, shopping in Riva del Garda, a visit to Verona, the city of opera, or an excursion to Venice, the city of lagoons. All with the motto ‘no obligations, only options’. Perhaps you prefer a beneficial massage. Or you would rather give in to the oasis of tranquillity at the country estate, which is such a great place to stay.

Enjoying yourself with a book under a tree, swinging in a hammock and sipping a cool glass of white wine. The choice is yours. This is Italian ‘dolce far niente’ at its best, or in other words purely enjoying ‘sweet doing nothing’ and life as it presents itself.