Lack of strength in the deep muscles means a loss of strength, a loss of technique and the possibility of injury. Our core is the basis from which we work, with the intention of creating movement and power around a stable object. The problem is that the object (spine) does not stabilize - it requires effort.
Medical gymnastics - CORE YOGA combines the yoga system with the knowledge of osteopathic medicine - which involves maintaining the functioning of the human body as a whole. It also means maintaining optimal muscle functionality to ensure the full harmony of the entire human body.
CORE YOGA primarily deals with the recovery of the mobility of the spinal vertebrae and other joints, which can help the person to compensate for the various biomechanical movements that he uses in his daily work.
The mission of this system based on the anatomy and physiology of the human body is to prepare our osteo-articular system for daily activities, regain joint mobility and correct wrong postures, due to work or incorrect postures obtained after trauma and accidents, within the body's capabilities.
The human body has unpredictable resources and can be discovered by working daily, respecting its limits, rest time and also paying attention to our nutrition, which aims to provide the nutrients the body needs for its optimal functioning.
The basic muscles of the pelvis are axial muscles of the abdominal-lumbar-sacral region and the hip. These muscles surround the body in the spine, including the abdominal region. The muscles act to flex, extend, rotate, tilt sideways and stabilize the spine during movements. These include the abdominal muscles, hip muscles and spine muscles.
Maintaining these muscles in good tone and excellent elasticity is particularly important.
We have created an excellent system through which each person can observe and work your own motor deficiencies and restrictions, increasing mobility and body stability, through exercises specifically dedicated to the most important muscles that respond to body stability during physical activity.
Deep muscles protect the lumbar spine by absorbing forces, which are produced by the lower body during movement.
Specifically, their activation helps prevent unnecessary deformation of the spine and its ligaments during movement, thus maintaining a proper posture.
Our mission is to be your ally in maintaining your health day by day