Discover Germany, Issue 33, December 2015

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Discover Germany | Special Theme | Wellness, Health & Beauty

to the swimming pond or the romantic rooms with whirlpool and panoramic views over the landscape. Training with the world champion For the active ones out there, right next to the wellness garden and hotel, you can find probably the most famous tennis camp in Germany. Located in the prealpine landscapes, only 25 kilometres away from Mozart’s birthplace of Salzburg, not only the beautiful location is attracting tennis players from around the world. Beginners to professional tennis enthusiasts want to experience the rare opportunity one can enjoy at Waging am See: personal training from none other than the German Champion of tennis instructors, the European Senior Champion, the World Champion of Ski and Tennis combination, the International German Champion and the owner of four trainer licences, Sepp Baumgartner. During week-long half-day or full-day courses, courses for young ones and tennis weekends, young and old tennis enthusiasts from hobby to tournament players,

have the chance to substantially increase their know-how, to gain physical fitness and to improve their tactics and techniques.

condition, technique and tactics. Of course, the courts can be used for fun games in the visitors’free time too.

Sepp Baumgartner’s training camp is known for its high learning factor and its philosophy to create high-quality and intensive training with fun.The team of trainers is equipped with comprehensive tournament experience and at the start of the training, a competent analysis of the tennis skills of every individual guest is conducted to take individual needs into account. Based on this, a special training concept can be developed, which fosters strengths and slowly removes weaknesses.

After an exhausting tennis training session, the wellness garden, which is located directly next to the camp, invites guests for relaxation. The entry is even free for tennis camp participants and discounts are offered on special massages. Vouchers for wellness days, restaurants, shops or overnight stays can be bought online. www.wellnessgarten.de

Fun is a key component of the camp’s philosophy so that the joy in tennis grows almost all by itself in this relaxed atmosphere. The friendly ambience and homely feel is especially appreciated by the guests. Four hall courts with ball collecting machines, eight sandy outdoor courts and a speed measurement machine are available for the effective training. Sepp Baumgartner also relies on video analysis and even offers a special course for improving mental strength. Apart from the courses, which are offered all year long, small group training or individual lessons can also be given to improve

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