At graduation tower II, you will find exciting experience stations for sensory moments.
The Health Garden, near the town centre and next to graduation tower II, features playful sensory experiences and enhances motor skills. Barefoot paths, humming stones, a herb garden and the partner swing are just a few of them. Wicker beach chairs are dotted around the blackthorn graduation tower for those seeking peace and relaxation. If you prefer to exercise, you can use the fitness trail and Kneipp facilities to strengthen your muscles and cardiovascular system.
The Health Garden and its experience stations reflect the teachings of Sebastian Kneipp. He was a priest who famously waded into the cold Danube in winter, marking the beginning of the Kneipp way of life based on five elements: water, exercise, nutrition, plants and balance.
Enjoy the sea breeze in one of our wicker beach chairs.
Steel your muscles. Hone your dexterity. Push your endurance limits.
Treat your feet to a change and set off on a path of discovery.
Enjoy the tranquillity of the Health Garden during a break in the wooden pavilion.
Jump from stone to stone or balance on one leg. It's worth a try!
Take a moment to observe wild bees, bumblebees and other insects building their nests.
Bury your feet in the sand. If you feel like it, you can even get completely buried.
Insert your head deep into the opening and hum at different pitches.
Sample fruits from the trees and berries from the bushes and savour the flavours.
Let your legs hang free - this takes the strain off your joints and lifts your spirits.
Take a seat on our reclining lounger, look up to the sky and relax.
See if you're on the same wavelength because only those who are on the same page will swing all the way to the top.
Become a herb expert. Small signs explain the function of each herb.
Refresh yourself with a cool drink of water.
Wade through the cool water in a stork-like motion until your legs start to tingle.
Work and rest, tension and relaxation – six exercises for your inner balance.
Place your finger on one of the many grooves and slowly follow the path.