Wellness Activities

Cardio, yoga, water exercise. Where does your definition of wellness activity fall on the spectrum? How will you energize your soul?
We welcome you to see what Wellness Activities are scheduled during your visit and encourage you to sign up prior to your arrival to be sure your space is reserved. Simply sign up for complimentary wellness classes and activities in advance by filling out our Wellness Activities Sign-up.

Wellness Activity Calendar


Guided Hiking

Over the two‐mile loop on the property, you’ll learn about the natural surroundings while enjoying the mood‐boosting benefits of a brisk fitness walk. Sturdy walking shoes or sneakers required.

Hammock Retreat

The ideal spot for napping or quiet contemplation with towering pines providing the scenery and the only sound being the chirping of birds.   



Gentle flow yoga is held daily to clear you mind,  stretch your body and energize your soul.

Open to all levels.

Yin Yoga

Slow pace, incorporating principles of traditional Chinese medicine with postures held for longer periods. Open to all levels.

Sound Healing Yin Yoga

Calm and peaceful sound healing therapy Yin yoga uses singing bowls to tune up your Chakras energy. Starting with the Root Charka and moving through each, up to the Crown Chakra.

Each of the seven Chakra poses are harmonized with the color and tone of the bowl to enhance your Chakras energy.

Open to all levels

Aqua Yoga

This popular class allowing for low impact flow of postures is available regularly in our outdoor pool. Open to all levels.

Water Walking

The outdoor saltwater pool is seasonal and ideal for water walking.


Calm the mind, ease anxieties and bring balance to your life through guided meditation incorporating mantras and mindfulness. Open to all levels.

Moving Meditation

Moving meditation is a meditative state – a shift of consciousness – while doing slow, controlled, simple movements similar to Tai Chi. It is a way of calming the mind and creating awareness and providing a path to contemplation. Open to all levels. 

Chakra Walk

This walk will take place on the meditation trail located across from the front doors. Chakras- the energy centers of the body- are the inspiration for this mindful walk through the woods.

Chakra Meditation Trail

Seven stops corresponding to the seven chakras or energy centers in the body with meditation stops at each will guide you to good intentions for the day.



Culinary Demo

The culinary team demonstrated seasonal recipes in the demonstration kitchen adjacent to the restaurant.

Healthy Smoothies

Get all the nutrients your body needs! This wellness class will get you started creating your own delicious smoothies by introducing combinations of nutritious ingredients to incorporate into your diet that will help you transition into a healthier lifestyle.


Learn how to make Sundara Style cocktails using fresh ingredients​ and house-made syrups. 

Skin Care

Learn the basics of a healthy skincare regime from Sundara’s lead aesthetician’s. The class covers easy-to-follow at-home tips while dispelling common misperceptions about the do’s and don’ts of keeping your skin glowing and healthy.

Scenic Pontoon Cruise

See the land and water that we so love in Wisconsin Dells. Inquire at time of reservation about availability of cruises on lovely Lake Delton, a mere stone’s throw from our front entrance.

*Take along beverages available to order at the front desk when booking.


Men’s and women’s multi-speed mountain bikes with helmets are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis from 7 a.m. until dusk. Ask the front desk staff for countryside route recommendations.

Outfitters for Paddling Excursions

We partner with several outfitters in the area who are as passionate as we are about the natural beauty of Wisconsin Dells and the restorative benefits of being in nature. Inquire in advance.

Mirror Lake It’s not unusual to spot cranes and other majestic birds at this no‐wake, crystal‐clear lake.
Calm Stretches of the Wisconsin River It was the natural beauty of the river and the bluffs that first brought visitors to Wisconsin Dells more than 150 years ago.