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DIFFERENT STYLES OF YOGA : Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga



Hatha Yoga is ideal for approaching the world of yoga and for learning the basic positions before moving on to a more dynamic and complex yoga style; Yin Yoga focuses on bodies connective tissues. It aims to balance the free flow of Prana between the chakras of the body, to heal the meridians and organs, while calming moods and giving a state of wellness and peace. Vinyasa yoga, on the other hand, is one of the most dynamic styles of yoga.


 It is a dynamic sequence of 12 positions or Asana, to be performed in a fluid movement, as if it were a choreography, supported by breathing. Each opening of the body corresponds to an inhalation and to each closure an exhalation. Breathing is carried out using only the nostrils, with the mouth closed and the jaws relaxed: inhale through the nose and exhale through the nose.




Master Shizuto Masunaga was one of the founders of modern Shiatsu. Considering the 12 pairs of main meridians (energy channels), he devised sequences of exercises focused on stretching to keep the energy flow of Qi (energy) flowing throughout the body. The broad vision of meridian stretching is based on the law of the 5 elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), considering the exchanges that take place inside the energy channels while the seasons alternate outside, which in TCM become 5 with the late summer. Stretching the meridians maintains and improves not only physical but also psycho-emotional health of those who practice it. It reduces tension and leads the muscles crossed by the meridians to release blocked energy, the cause of disturbances and disharmonies. In addition, it brings beneficial changes, through the assumption of specific positions, in which you breathe slowly, consciously and intentionally. The immediate result at the end of the execution of each sequence is a sense of relaxation which, bringing balance to the energy channels, translates into greater vitality

Method of body re-organization and self-education through movement that leads to awareness of one's motor patterns.  Designed by Moshe Feldenkrais, it offers the possibility to let go of bad motor habits. People suffering from back pain or other painful symptoms often approach this method, as well as those with neurological disorders, and those who want to reduce physical and emotional stress. It improves the interaction between self-image, thought and environment, offering a positive reflection on one's daily actions. Furthermore, it contributes to increasing sporting and artistic performances; for this reason it is chosen and practiced by athletes, actors, singers and dancers. The group lessons "C.A.M. to know oneself or awareness through movement" - performed with slow and pleasant movements - lead students to an organic learning, which takes place through the exploratory and not forced repetition of an action. At the end of the lesson the improvement is perceived with physical sensations - more lightness, length and rootedness, which are transmitted to the emotional sphere and to thought. In the individual lessons of "I.F. Functional integration", the teacher, through the gentle and non-invasive touch, guides the student to learn a new and more functional movement pattern.



Also called sleep yoga, this yogic technique is used to reach a state of meditation and deep relax, taking advantage of the state of conscious sleep. That is, it acts in the phase immediately following wakefulness, in which the mind is relaxed but alert, making it very receptive. It has a positive effect on both the muscles and the nervous and endocrine systems. It’s very important to follow the different phases of which it is composed, following the guiding voice of an instructor.

The Tibetan bell "singing bowl" is an ancient Tibetan musical instrument used to accompany rituals, for meditation and for sound massages for therapeutic purposes.

These are beaten or rubbed while seated with a wooden hammer moved clockwise and then from bottom to top. The different movements - vertically and / or horizontally, inside or outside - produce different vibrations and therefore different effects.

Through their natural physical vibrations, Tibetan bells generate a harmonic sound that can benefit the body, spirit and mind. Among the benefits found there are: muscle regeneration, relief from joint, muscle, sciatica, digestive system pain, headaches, relief of mental and emotional tensions and blocks, better concentration, more energy and strength in daily life, greater self-esteem , feeling of bliss, chakra cleaning etc ...



It is possible to define Longevity as a meditation in movement, where the energetic forms proposed become like a harmonious and fluid dance; what helps move and regulate internal energy in order to improve health and well-being:

Based on the matrix of "The Light of Life", these exercises contain an energetic component that makes them therapeutic as they supply the deepest multidimensional needs


Sitting, surrounded by a luxuriant nature made of trees and plants of the undergrowth, a set of indications gradually lead to become one with the surrounding environment. With closed eyes, the perception is amplified until the sounds of nature are transformed into the music that accompanies everything. Participants blend with the surrounding environment by stimulating all five senses, thus entering into perfect relationship with the elements of Mother Nature. The balance that naturally surrounds the human being creates a connection with his spirit thus giving him peace and harmony.
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