Yogacykling på Skohalvön
Meditativ cykeltur i naturen med avkopplande yogaövningar.
Excursion fr. 690 kr / pers
Open your senses to the beautiful scenery of the Shoal Peninsula with a breathwalk that combines hiking with breathing exercises and other yoga techniques. A unique opportunity to practice trail cycling, see nature areas with a knowledgeable guide and relax from everyday stress under the guidance of an experienced yoga instructor.
Cycle with a knowledgeable guide in the protected nature areas on the shoe peninsula near Skokloster. You will learn more about the areas along Uppsalaåsen and experience the special atmosphere of ancient remains such as Flasta church ruin and Lugnetborg Castle. The minimum number of participants is 5 people, but if you are fewer you can still book the tour for a total of SEK 3,450.
In selected places, you get off your bike and go for a so-called breathwalk, when breathing and other yogic techniques are connected to the steps. You soften up with light yoga exercises and try meditation from the kundalini yoga tradition. Exercises that provide mental and physical relaxation at the same time as the senses are opened up to the beautiful and fascinating things to experience in nature.
Here's what you need for the meditative bike ride:
- hybrid bike or mountain bike that also works on the road
- comfortable shoes for walking in terrain
- swimwear if you want to take a swim
Roland Nahringbauer is an International Diploma in Client Yoga according to Yogi Bhajan, after a 2-year yoga teacher training at Level 1, 2004-2006, at IMY (Institute of Medical Yoga) in Stockholm. He has been teaching since the spring of 2005 and is a member of SKY (Sweden's Kundalini Yoga Teachers National Association).
Extend your trip with an overnight stay:
It is easy to extend this bike excursion with a pleasant overnight stay and good dinner Skokloster Hotell & Restaurang. Middagsmenyn eoffers both classic and innovative dishes inspired by the grand castle environment and the family's local nature and wild interest.