Fasting and detoxing at the Hotel Engel
Through the year - on wings!Fasting is probably one of the oldest cures for physical well-being, but especially since the end of the 20th century, numerous “forms of abstinence” have evolved. What they all aspire to is holistic cleansing, deeper mindfulness of the innermost processes and the right balance.
Less is moreThose who are plagued by indigestion, intolerances or joint pain, or who just want to do something good for themselves, are sure to find fasting invigorating: when the plate is not so full, the mind clears and hunger retreats into the background. But to ensure a fast can really take effect, it should also be combined with a break. And we at the Hotel Engel have - carefully and lovingly - created the perfect setting.
Fasting cures: the path to mindfulnessWhat sounds like harsh self-denial usually becomes, after the first three days, a journey of intense experience. Watching and purposefully controlling ourselves and our eating habits can deeply move us as we fast. The golden pillars of every fasting plan are gentle exercise, conscious breathing - and plenty to drink.
But what exactly happens during a fast? And what types of fast are there? Let us take you on a fasting journey: