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Our new HIGHLIGHT - THE ALL YEAR ROOFTOP OUTDOOR POOL

⇒ THE HIGHLIGHT - all year ROOFTOP outdoor pool

- over the rooftops of Mayrhofen -

⇒ 7 luxurious pool suites und 23 brand new tyrolen style rooms and suites

Fitness studio on the first floor with a great view

Outdoor silence area for adults only

Conference - and activity room

Gamingroom with modern play consoles

Table tennis and air hockey

Children play room for the smallest guests

⇒ Brand new bar and loungearea

⇒ New ski room with private ski locks

Active programme with our active guide Antonia

⇒ New a la carte restaurant, the "POSTWIRT"

New from summer 2022: Service of drinks at the rooftop pool

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  • Welcome present in your room
  • 1 glass of Prosecco to welcome you
  • Indulgence thanks to the new ¾ pampering board
  • Wellness bag with bathrobe & slippers
  • Room category at the best price
  • SPA area free of charge on the day of departure
  • Delicious surprise as farewell
  • No deposit for online booking via our website
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Ashtanga Vinyasa with Tiffany
Yoga at Hotel Neue Post

Tiffany is a real all-rounder. As well as water aerobics, fitness training, massages, and progressive muscle relaxation, she also offers Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga lessons.

Yoga teacher training and workshops, Vipassana meditation, training in massage, Qigong, Bowtech, as a sports instructor, vitality coach, mountain hiking guide … Tiffany has a wide range of knowledge that she is always delighted to share with you. Guests staying at our hotel in Tyrol can take part in her well-being programmefree of charge.

Ashtanga Vinyasa is an ancient form of yoga where movement and breath are synchronised. Also known as the “eight-fold path”, it is considered one of the most difficult of all yoga styles. But with daily practice and dedication, Ashtanga yoga will quickly help you grow stronger.

Ashtanga Vinyasa is different from other styles of yoga because of its set sequence of asanas that can be practised at varying levels of difficulty. It also follows the Vinyasa principle: Each asana is held for five seconds before flowing into the next asana with set breathing rhythms and techniques.

Are you curious to learn more? Tiffany will be happy to help!

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