Prati Gurutua Yoga (Anti gravity Yoga)
Yoga is a practice of awareness of body mind and spirit. Despite years of evolution of the technique, this is the basis for the form and the one constant in all yoga disciplines.
Antigravity yoga is far from traditional forms of yoga, it is a fusion technique. However it does allow this same formula by considering the person as a whole (Body, Mind and Spirit).
Antigravity yoga accommodates all levels of fitness and denotes fighting against the ageing effects of gravity. As the body ages, the joints need to be mobilised, the muscles need to be worked to maintain proper alignment and the discs of the spine need to be hydrated to minimise dehydration. If we don’t use it, we risk losing it!
A gentle class adapted to the Pre and Postnatal mothers. An excellent preparation for birthing through breath, body and mind awareness
Yoga for cyclists
Riding a bike makes quads, calves, back and shoulders tight; these classes will increase flexibility, enhance recovery time and improve breathing
With the use of props, postures are held for longer periods of time to initiate deep relaxation. This practice will balance a more active practice or decompress after a stressful day.
A practice of deep peace that occurs when the mind is calm and silent
A state of conscious deep sleep for extreme relaxation
The term hatha refers to the physical practices of the yoga tradition. Technically, all asana classes can be labeled as hatha, but in yoga studios, the term generally refers to a slower paced class that teaches you how to align your body and work with the breath.
Vinyasa or flow classes vary, but a common feature is the way poses flow, synchronized with the breath. Expect lots of sun salutations and vinyasa which refers to the sequence of plank to chaturanga to up dog or cobra to down dog.
Yoga Therapy is a holistic perspective, combining the tools of traditional yoga with a wide spectrum of modern medicine (general medicine, rehabilitation, psychiatry), complementary medicine (movement therapies, myofascial work, herbs), and ayurveda wherever relevant to achieve specific outcomes.
The use of variable support which allows you to enter new realms of liberating movements: OmGym Training is designed to help you give your body the experience it was designed to have. The human body was made to move with more agility and postural variation than many of us can even imagine. At one time we needed to climb and sway in trees, use our arms to support our weight in varied positions, or simply find comfort without the use of chairs. This ability to practice unlimited postures was necessary for natural advancement and additionally gave us the means to control the environmental stress of gravity.
Since its launch in 2006, OmGym has touched the lives of thousands of people, whether they own an OmGym Suspension System or have had the opportunity to experience the use of one by means of their community.