Vinyasa is a type of yoga in which asanas are combined in fluid sequences. The essence of this practice lies in moving to the rhythm of one's breath. In a Vinyasa class, you should expect a greater dynamic and pace of movement. There is also an emphasis on transitions between positions, which are performed with as much awareness and attention as the asanas themselves. During Vinyasa yoga, fewer static, long held positions are performed.
Hatha yoga is a gentle practice that focuses on static positions. The pace of the practice is rather slow, the transitions from position to position are not as dynamic as in vinyasa. Hatha yoga is a practice that balances body and mind. “Ha” represents the aspect of the sun and symbolises life energy. “Tha” represents the aspect of the moon and symbolises withdrawing the senses and directing attention inwards.
The classes are held early in the morning and have an invaluable impact on functioning for the rest of the day. It awakens, warms up, has a great effect on concentration and mood without overloading our body.
Vinyasa yoga making you feel great. You will direct your attention to releasing asanas. The intention of these classes is to recharge inner energy.
This is a wonderful class combined with breathing exercises to the sounds of a specially selected music track
Yoga vinyasa in hot version is a class during which the room is heated to temperature of about 40 degrees Celsius and air humidity of about 40-60% thanks to which there is a highly multiplied acceleration of metabolism, faster fat burning and cellulite reduction. Intensive sweating of the body during classes removes toxins from the body and regulates the hydration of the epidermis. Hot yoga is also recommended for people with sore muscles after intense physical training.
This practice strengthens and purifies on all levels of body and mind. It is often performed with gentle ambient music emphasising “flow” - the flow of energy in the body.
Aerial yoga involves performing different types of asanas using a special hammock. When performing yoga positions, the hammock supports the body's weight and makes them easier to perform. It is also perfect for deepening figures and as an accessory to aid stretching.
MFR + stretching - a form of activity designed to remove muscle tension and make the whole body more flexible. It is accompanied by supportive breathing workouts.
Workouts to improve body image and well-being. They will make you more flexible, stretch, strengthen muscles, improve coordination and balance.
Calisthenics is largely the use of exercises based on isometric muscle tension (tensing the muscles without changing their length). Strength gains are greater if more muscles are involved in a given exercise. Modifying a workout involves changing the degree of difficulty or the number of repetitions.
It is a combination of strength and cardio exercises. The exercises are performed in so-called circuits, in other words, in series consisting of several exercises with a specific number of repetitions
Gymstick is a versatile exercise device consisting of a bar and rubber bands called tubing. It is compact in size, which means it takes up very little space. It is recommended for people of all age groups and fitness levels and can add variety to training at home as well as in the training room.
Body shape is a strengthening exercise that gets almost all the muscles of the body working. The exercises allow you to strengthen individual body parts, i.e. chest, glutes, abdomen, shoulders, back, thighs. Weights (e.g. rubber bands, dumbbells, kettlebells) are used when performing them.
Full Body Workout (FBW) is strength training that aims to strengthen all muscle parts in one training session. Full Body Workout is recommended for beginners as it is the simplest training option for muscle mass and gradually prepares the body for more advanced exercises.
Boxing training develops all parts of the body evenly, improves posture and fitness, and helps to develop psycho-physiological balance. Contrary to popular belief, this type of sport does not just lead to the development of large biceps. The entire torso, legs and shoulder muscles are engaged during the workout.
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