Enjoy life and bring harmony to mind, body and soul
With the new Alpine Elements® concept, star chef Simon Taxacher and Sandra Kobald have taken the Relais & Châteaux Rosengarten in a totally new and innovative direction. The hotel is now offering a holistic service for body, mind and spirit that incorporates nutrition and superlative cuisine.
Slow down and stay healthy!
Alpine Elements® is about taking things slower and focusing on your health. Based on the experience of traditional European and Eastern medicine, diets and lifestyles, it aims to help people connect with the rhythm of nature and find the right balance by offering new, holistic sensory experiences with a focus on healthy living.
Mindful of each person’s unique characteristics, Alpine Elements® allows them to identify their physical, spiritual and emotional needs, paving the way for a very personal journey.
Slow down and find your rhythm!
To stay healthy, energetic, happy, creative and fit, we need to keep in step with nature’s rhythm. Many fail to do so, resulting in the diseases that plague modern civilisation and the ever-increasing personal pressure that weighs on our souls. For nutrition to be supportively interventive and sustainable, it must help an individual return to their natural rhythm and find their centre. While this approach may initially feel restrictive, it soon evolves into a positive attitude to life.
Health problems or a lack of wellbeing are usually caused by imbalance. With the proper nutrition and lifestyle, Alpine Elements® aims to restore this balance in line with the preventive principle of salutogenesis.
SPA treatments and exercise programme
A salutogenetic lifestyle is based on several pillars, and customised SPA treatments are an essential part of this. In the Alpine Elements® programme, these treatments are provided by experienced Rosengarten therapists. Exercise is also tailored to each guest’s typology to complement the rest of the programme.
Salutogenesis is a framework based on factors and dynamic interactions that help to develop and maintain health. According to the salutogenesis model, health is to be seen not as a state, but as a process in which risks and protective factors interact.