Practice holistic rehabilitation and enhancement of life 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.
The Feldenkrais® Method is a technique for learning and self-instruction through movement involving the whole person.Accessible to all, no matter their age or fitness level, it is named after the man who devised it, Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), the Russian-Israeli physicist, engineer and scientist of the behaviour and operation of the human body, who discovered that our movement patterns can be altered through the innate ability which allows a human being to learn all the movements that are necessary for existence.
Watsu® (Water Shiatsu) is a modern “bodywork” discipline developed from Japanese Zen Shiatsu techniques of stretching and compressing the body in hot water. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the health of the body is linked to the continuous flow of ki, vital energy, along the system of meridian canals. The flow of water can re-establish this circulation, removing any blockages and re-establishing equilibrium; the warmth of the water relieves tensions, the joints become loose and fluent, the muscles are unwound, relaxing and resting to achieve a deep harmony; the mind adjusts and switches into a “tranquil mode” tuned into the true self.
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.
Practices and procedures associated with Traditional Chinese Medicine, which include meditation, mental concentration, controlled breathing and body movements exercised particular, slower and coordinated.