Yoga-Energy Locations

The ‘Yoga-Energy’ Locations in Stubaital lend themselves particularly well to experiencing yoga outdoors in nature. Discover Mother Nature’s beauty while practising yoga in Stubai’s breathtaking mountain environment. Each Yoga-Energy Location has its own character. Enjoy the sound of cascading water over a waterfall, experience the calmness of a larch forest or take note of the inspiring views whilst in the middle of Stubaital’s nature paradise.

Yoga am Panoramasee Schlick 2000

Panoramasee Schlick 2000

A restorative oasis in summer!

Yoga im Pinnistal im Stubai


The Pinnistal valley is well known for its mountain alms, its numerous hiking trails as well as rewarding mountain ascents.

Yoga am Grawa Wasserfall im Stubaital

Grawa Wasserfall

Grawa Waterfall is the flagship waterfall and heart of the ‘Wild Water Way’ Hiking Trail.

Yoga am Energieplatz Eulenwiesen


The Eulenwiesen above the small settlement of Gleins has a great deal to offer.

Yoga am Energieplatz Kampler See im Stubai

Kampler See

The landscaped area surrounding the lake in Kampl is a recreation area for young and old.

Yoga neue Regensburger Hütte im Stubai

Neue Regensburger Hütte

The Neue Regensberger hut sits on the edge of a glacier carved high alpine mountain plateau next to a meadow, and is flanked by a waterfall.

Yoga am Erlebnisweg Schlick 2000 im Stubaital

Erlebnisweg Schlick 2000

The Experience’ Way lays between the picturesque Panoramasee and the Schlickeralm.

Yoga am Energieplatz Sulzenauhütte im Stubaital in Tirol


The Sulzenau Hut sits on the edge of a high mountain plateau and serves as a fantastic base for all sorts of mountain activities.

Yoga auf der Franz-Senn Hütte im Stubai


The Sulzenau Hut is reached after a 2-hour uphill hike from valley bottom.

Yoga am Energieplatz Klaus Äuele

Klaus Äuele

Klaus Äuele is a beautiful recreation area towards the back of the Stubai valley with a children’s play area and a small lake.

Yoga auf der Bsuchalm im Stubaital


towards the back of the Stubai valley, you approach the start of the Langetal.