Physical Yoga for those who wish to improve equilibrium, flexibility and body energy.
Complex and delicate manual techniques of efficiency treatment practiced by osteopaths to restore the body's rhythms with slight modulations of biodynamic and used in a wide range of issues related to pain and somatic dysfunction, autonomic, and visceral, in adults, children and even infants.
Holistic treatment of the ancient Ayurvedic tradition, where medicated oil is slowly poured on the forehead, and followed by a massage using Ayurvedic techniques. Very relaxing, and much used in the presence of neurodegenerative diseases, and related to the head (headaches), and problems related to nose, throat, sinuses.
Hatha Yoga ancient origins of Indo-tibetane. Practice with specific postures, breathing techniques, meditation, even to gain fluidity of movement and harmony as well as profound mental and physical wellbeing.
This is a fairly forceful massage using manipulations directed at specific groups of muscles, tendons and joints, some of the techniques deriving from modern chiropractic and osteopathic practices. This treatment penetrates deep down to the twelve energy lines so as to re-establish the natural energy balance between body and mind (the vital ki). The Tui-Na Massage is one of the most ancient healing practices of traditional Chinese medicine, as are acupuncture and herbal remedies: employed for over 4,000 years, as confirmed by the Yellow Emperor’s Precepts for Internal Medicine, dating from 2300 BC.