“One only does what one is able to do, and one is only able to do what one constantly repeats”
— Peter Sloterdijk
The psychophysical exercise techniques that we implement, both in regular group practices and in individual sessions, include elements drawn from:
Modern postural yoga: based mainly on the foundations of B.K.S. Iyengar, T.V.K. Desikachar, K. Pattabhi Jois and Sivananda´s schools; and its contemporary academic-scientific deepened and updated research.
Meditation: Zen, Vipassana, and Western variants developed and validated experimentally by the most current investigations of mind-body medicine.
Thai Massage: one of the branches of Traditional Thai Medicine.
Global Active Stretching: derived from GPR (Global Posture Reeducation), this method developed by Ph. Souchard focuses on global stretching of the tonic muscles through self-postures that affect different muscle chains.
Western relaxation methods: techniques used in stress reduction programs.
Clinical psychology: knowledge about psychological and psychopathological functioning applied to therapeutics, preventive measures, and rehabilitation of the individual.
Psychoneuroimmunoendocrinology: the study of behaviorally associated immunological changes and immunologically associated behavioral changes that result from reciprocal interactions among the nervous, endocrine, and immune systems.
Philosophy: dialogue between East and West.
Through exercises focused on:
— Mental control
The aim, the goal, is always to achieve therapeutic effects. We practice multiplicity, openness, difference, and the integration of knowledge. We experience.
Means, roads, paths that cross each other: are strengthened.