Shape all in aims to work and relax the body and the mind and offers different types of yoga, pilates and essentrics.
Hatha yoga focuses on the balance between exertion and relaxation. Poses alternate between dynamic and static positions and improve strength, balance and well-being. Hatha yoga brings the body and spirit in balance by combining physical poses with controlled breathing, which reduces stress and promotes relaxation. Contracting and releasing the muscles helps to purify the body of waste products and other harmful chemicals and reduces the pain caused by strains. The various poses and breathing exercises make the body flexible and supple and have a positive effect on the nervous system, glands and other important organs.
This type of yoga is also known as flow yoga because of the way in which one pose gradually and smoothly flows into another. Vinyasa means 'breath-synchronised' movement and involves moves that are performed to the rhythm of breathing. Vinyasa yoga enhances physical and mental strength, concentration, flexibility and stamina. classes are available for complete beginners and advanced yogis.
Unlike dynamic forms of yoga, the object of Yin yoga is not to strengthen muscles but relax them. Poses are held longer and flexibility is developed at deeper levels. This type of yoga focuses on repairing the back and deep connective tissues and making them more flexible and supple. Yin yoga involves elements of mindfulness and has a meditative and calming effect.
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Shape all in aims to work and relax both the body and the mind. Pilates trains the entire body and improves strength, flexibility and coordination. Muscles become supple and strong. The focus is on your core, which ensures that the body maintains the right balance. Bones become stronger, posture improves and you gain an awareness of your body and breathing.
Active stretches on different tempo. A lesson that every body needs at least 2 times a week
Look also at our MIND workshops.