Aerial Physio-Yoga Swing
Aerial Physio-Swing Trunk stabilization class
Modern movement therapy: this type of class is especially recommended for prevention and rehabilitation purposes. For those who no longer need only individual physical therapy and want to choose a more varied/safe group exercise, and for those who do not have any existing health problems, but the goal is to improve posture, develop core muscles and offset the harmful effects of sedentary work. It is recommended as a supplement for strengthening the muscle groups required for aerial gymnastics classes, so that the desired poses can be performed more easily and more confidently.
The basic Air Yoga classes strengthen your core muscles, help with mobility, and increase flexibility with the help of prevention and rehabilitation elements.
This type of class is even more so: it works with slow, precise, sustained movements, the participant's attention is required for the correct execution of the exercises. It is important to activate the trunk and core muscles, but the proper use of the Trapeze also requires concentration.
How is the Aerial Physio-Swing Trunk Stabilization class different from regular Air Yoga?
The difference is the tool and approach.
The device itself; the swing/trapeze is similar to the hammock used in regular air yoga or aerial fitness classes, but the trapeze hammock is much less flexible. It is equipped with 6 handles, which are designed to hook the hand or foot, a heavy-duty, synthetic fiber material that serves as a support on the one hand, and on the other hand helps to increase flexibility. Also, it helps us perform an exercise that we would not be able to do on our own. Increases efficiency in both strength and flexibility development.
But what else does yoga swing offer:
Thanks to the trapeze hammock, i.e. the suspension of the body, the load on skeletal muscles, bones and joints is reduced.
Prevention and rehabilitation of spine diseases
We can perform muscle work for one body part without any load, it is especially important that guests with spine problems can also try it, as the safety provided by the relief and suspension provides adequate stability.
The so-called inverted poses and asanas play a major role, which in the case of other types of yoga can only be performed by those at an advanced level.
CORE muscle development, flexibility increase
Endocrine organ system
Stress management, self-confidence increase
What does trunk stabilization mean?
In the case of back pain and lower back pain, in addition to mobilizing the spine, stabilization is important. During the class, the patient learns active lumbar stabilization, which is the muscles that act as trunk muscle binders; it activates the deep abdominal muscles and the stabilizing muscles running next to the small spine, working together with the larger moving muscles. The parts of the skeletal muscle system are active and passive structures. In the case of the spine, the passive structures are the vertebrae, small joint capsule, ligament, and the active part is the muscle. If the passive component is weaker/less used, the active structure helps relieve the load. During the trunk stabilization class, we strengthen the supporting/deep muscles and work the moving/superficial, larger muscles. Stretches are also included, for harmonious spinal movements for strong and flexible core muscles._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_
Tasks performed in the framework of the lesson:
- trunk stabilization exercises
- segmental strengthening of trunk muscles
- stretching and moving the whole body - offsetting damage caused by sedentary work
We loosen tight muscles with relaxation exercises,
in which the positive physiological effects of swinging are used in various forms:
Sitting, standing, lying on your back/stomach, of course, all this in the hammock.
Rhythmic movement helps with anxieties, fears,
in overcoming tensions, thanks to which we can relax.
A proper sense of balance plays an essential role in swinging,
space perception, sense of rhythm, movement coordination
and in the development of fine motor movements.
Development results from the body's constant search for balance while swinging,
which consists of tensing certain muscles and at the same time relaxing other muscles.
In this process, the smaller and smaller muscle groups
our body constantly coordinates its complex work.
Who else would we recommend this watch to?
For everyone who does sedentary work, regardless of age or gender!
Let's think about our day: We are sitting at work,
in the car, on the bus, in front of the TV, at breakfast...
An average person today spends more than half of his day sitting
- in a barely moving static position.
And if we are not sitting, then we do something in front of us, mostly leaning forward.
(e.g. washing dishes, brushing teeth, etc...)
The harmful effect of this sedentary lifestyle first hits our spine,
it's almost impossible to meet someone who
who would not complain about neck or back pain. Not to mention the additional damage caused by sedentary work.
long or 3/4 pants
minimum short-sleeved T-shirt, recommended long-sleeved top
sandals or non-slip socks, yoga shoes
5-10 perc Keystone settings
50-55 minute series of exercises, relaxation