Established in 1997, the OHI Austin mission is located on 14 wooded acres in central Texas – 16 miles east of Austin and 20 minutes from the airport. In this rural setting, you can escape your hectic world to rejuvenate in a safe place where you can connect with nature and bask in the support of a close-knit community focused on healthy living.
After checking in at reservations, settle into one of our unpretentious rooms, which will serve as part of your OHI “home” away from home. Then discover friendly gathering places in our main building – including the Great Hall with its stone fireplace, our dining room, and classrooms where small class-sizes afford extra personal attention and an opportunity to forge strong, lasting friendships with like-minded people.
During your stay, take time to enjoy a quiet walk in our beautiful garden or along peaceful wooded trails. Visit the chapel for quiet contemplation. Stop by the Optimum Health Store where you can purchase books, personal care products, and more. Or grab your swimsuit for a refreshing swim or relaxing hot tub. Enjoy your time of relaxation and renewal at OHI Austin.
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NOTE: Optimum Health Institute-Austin is not a hotel, spa, or healthcare facility. Optimum Health Institute-Austin is a healing mission of the Free Sacred Trinity Church and is tax-exempt, non-profit Texas corporation organized pursuant to Texas' Nonprofit Corporation Law. Optimum Health Institute-Austin is organized exclusively for religious purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. The Americans with Disabilities Act provides an exemption for religious organizations. 42 U.S.C. § 12187. Pursuant to this exemption, the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act that address public accommodations and services operated by private entities do not apply to religious organizations or entities controlled by religious organizations, including places of worship.
Book early!Book in advance and receive a discount off your room. Restrictions apply.
For the OHI communityStay 4 weeks within a 12-month period, and the room rate for the 4th week is FREE.Restrictions apply.
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