The psychophysical exercise techniques that we implement, both in regular group practices and in individual sessions, include elements drawn from various disciplines. The aim, the goal, is always to achieve therapeutic effects.
The Anthropotechnic sides with those who listen to the voice that tells them they can change, with those who do not settle for the inertia of suffering, with those who try to make themselves better, with those who, finally, follow the imperative of not continuing in the same way and transforming.
Development of psychophysical exercise programs aimed at the acquisition of techniques specifically designed to optimize the adaptive, defensive and survival capacity (homeostasis: internal balance) of the person in relation to himself and to the environment (social and ecological).
A healthy and therapeutic practice should focus on inducing, through an adequate selection of exercises and the correct way of performing them, the psychophysical effects of the Relaxation Response.
Current research has gained strong proofs, through evidence-based studies subject to the stringent standards of Western scientific medicine, that the psychophysical exercise techniques we implement promote health and can collaborate effectively in the treatment of any disorder that is caused, or aggravated, by stress or mind-body interactions.