Our holiday workshops take place in selected beautiful seminar houses and are lovingly and very thoughtfully organized.
In the sensitive atmosphere of the seminars, you connect with your innermost life energy.
In this holiday workshop you can invite joy of life and creative impulses combined with lightness and consciousness into your life.
In a relaxed environment, you dive into a world that allows you to live, which is your deeper longing!
The seminar house offers a space for people to learn to recognize their true nature and develop their full potential.
It includes a park-like area with garden terraces, magnificent chestnut groves, meadows, and quiet corners with paths along streams, springs and a pond.
The noticeable power of nature and the mild climate create ideal conditions for people who want to open themselves to inspiring encounters, creative activities, personal growth, meditation and the celebration of life together.
On request we offer child care and massages.
The hillside location offers a magnificent view of Lake Orta and the foothills of the Monte Rosa Mountains. It is a landscape in which one feels cozy and at the same time it is stimulating and impressive.
Centro d’Ompio has a huge outdoor pool nestling in a stunning landscape with plenty of outdoor facilities for night bonfires, open air sessions, and trails.
A fantastic kitchen team offers unique Italian vegetarian meals. As far as possible, the ingredients come from organic farming.
The seminar house is located on a sun terrace in the foothills of Monte Rosa, northwest of Milan and near the Swiss border.
The picturesque, car-free and historic town of Orta, situated on the lake with the same name, invites you to chill in its cafes. Piazza Motta, the central square, is located on the waterfront overlooking the monastery island of San Giulio which can be reached by boat.
The monastery and the 22 chapels on the Sacro Monte above Orta are dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi.
The nearby Alpe Selviana, with the waterfalls of the Pescone River and rock pools washed out through millennia, are worth visiting.
For a longer day trip you can visit the Borromean Islands on nearby Lake Maggiore.