Sebastian Kneipp revolutionized naturopathy in the 19th century. After curing his severe - at that time still considered incurable - tuberculosis himself by taking short baths in the cold Danube, he began to intensively study the health-promoting power of water and the healing effects of selected plants.
The result of his many years of study and practical application successes is a visionary concept of life of timeless relevance. In view of increasing environmental pollution and stress-related diseases of civilization, people today have a more intensive need for effective healing methods and active health care.
For Sebastian Kneipp, this also included regular exercise, a healthy diet and mental and spiritual balance. He was thus a pioneer of holistic thinking. His name is associated with the expertise of many generations of proven naturopathic and pharmaceutical experience.