Functional Training consists on the recreation of natural movements from human body, using one's body strenght in order to work stability, balance, mobility, cordenation, strength and flexibility. It includes squats, lunges, twists, pulls, cardio, pushes and bends.
Surf Functional Training it's the combination of strength, aerobic and balance exercises, for a better surfing performance.
Stretching helps the body to relax, gain breadth, recover as well as prepare for sports and adventures.
Get Fit is intended for a bigger fat loss. Highly intensive, with great results in a smaller period of time, when compared to other kinds of training. At the same time it's considered very complete as it works most of your body parts.
Suspension Training is also known as TRX. With exercises in which part of the body is suspended using just one device. Strength and proprioception training (balance, weight and distribution of the body itself).
Yoga Sámkhya is a practical philosophy, coming directly from India, that invite us in each practice(sadhaná) to live the present and enhance the best in us, always in harmony. The different technical disciplines (anga) - Pujá, Pránáyáma (breathing), Ásana, Bandha, Kryá, Mantra (kírtanam), Yoganidrá (relaxation), Dhyána (meditation), among others - are adapted to each practitioner, regardless of their level of practice, to enable a positive, healthy and joyful development.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a style of yoga codified and popularized by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century, which is often promoted as a modern form of classic Indian yoga. Ashtanga means eight limbs or branches of yoga mentioned in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, of which asana or physical posture of yoga is only one branch, breathing or pranayama is another. Known for its dynamic characteristics and with greater physical intensity, it is a Yoga that is adapted to different people, always seeking a personal and physical development and growth for all its practitioners.
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