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News

Friday, 09. March 2018
Bodensee, Marbella
Buchinger Wilhelmi’s tagline comprises three elements: therapeutic fasting, integrative medicine and inspiration. These are our basic pillars along which we are constantly evolving. 

Thursday, 22. February 2018
Bodensee, Marbella
Cycling is becoming an increasingly popular activity at the seaside or along the lakeshore. To reflect this, both clinics have further expanded their range of sporting activities.

Thursday, 22. February 2018
After 35 years of managing the clinic in Marbella, Jutta and Claus Rohrer have decided to retire from day-to-day business. Katharina Rohrer-Zaiser and Victor Wilhelmi have joined the management team as members of the fourth generation of the Buchinger Wilhelmi family. The two generations met in private at the end of October to talk about the past and the future.

Events

Wednesday, 11. April 2018
Marbella
The venerable Tulku Lobsang is a high precious Buddhist master. He bases his teachings on the ancient Tantric knowledge that has been the foundation for Tibetan Buddhism, Medicine, Astrology and many popular healing techniques.

Wednesday, 21. February 2018
Marbella
At Buchinger Wilhelmi we believe in Nature’s power to heal. Nature, in its biological wisdom, provides us with the food that best aids the renewal and self-regulation of the body.

Tuesday, 20. February 2018 to Wednesday, 23. May 2018
Marbella
Kanica Weavings are unique fibre pieces, designed and handcrafted by Spanish designer Laura Vargas Llanas.

Media Reports

mybuchingerexperience
Tuesday, 05. September 2017

„You won’t regret it. It’s a wonderful experience. Now I understand why over 70% of the people who fast here once, come back again and again. Read more: "mybuchingerexperience"

 

The Telegraph
Tuesday, 18. April 2017
Faced with high cholesterol, novelist Jeanette Winterson decided to go without food, completely, for eight days at a time in a Swiss clinic. The results have been more dramatic – and wide-ranging – than she ever imagined. So should we all stop eating?