Training to develop strength, balance and flexibility through natural movement (forms of movement with changes in body center of gravity, with the use of the floor). It consists of exercises for deepening movements such as deep squats, exercises for opening the hips, stretching through half-bridges, endurance exercises to develop torso strength. In the later stages of training, it combines natural movement into simpler or more complex sequences with an emphasis on feather-light movement. Includes occasional inversions and pre-exercises for movements using the arms as a support. It is intended for anyone who wants to explore their own range of motion and stimulate the energy flow before the start of the day. We can safely say that it increases range of motion, joint mobility, body flexibility and endurance.
The Acrobatics program consists of two types of training: art and intense
The art program is inspired by dance, fluid balance and capoeira. It connects different ways of moving (floor, high, air elements) into wholes. The emphasis of the program is on listening to your own body, connecting movement with music and enjoying the simplicity of movement. It contains elements of floor work, dance and acrobatics. It is intended for everyone who loves dancing, exploring movement and the limits of their own body, and for those who want to develop the aesthetics of movement. The Acrobatics art program develops body mobility, movement control, increases body awareness in relation to space and encourages creativity.
Intense is an intensive training aimed at preparing the body and learning more advanced acrobatic elements and movements. It is intended for people who are already in good physical shape and are actively and regularly engaged in physical activity.
It consists of monthly themes that include certain movements, acrobatic elements and movements towards following areas: floor movements and balance – elements on the arms and elbows; aerial elements – stars without the use of hands, somersault variants; inversions and rotations – acrobatics that include rotations and the like.
Training consists of exercises that develop the muscle groups needed to perform the elements, exercises that develop flexibility and of the process of learning the mere elements – from simpler to more complicated movements for a particular theme. Participants will learn how to approach the study of acrobatic movements, learn pre-exercises that make it easier to learn and practice movements. The final goal is to learn how to perform these exercises safely and successfully.
Suitable as an addition to training or a separate program.
Stretching exercises of the whole body in all directions that develop active and passive flexibility. We learn how to properly make a split, a bridge, a deep bend, but also much more. Exercises that participants can perform on a daily basis are used, as well as proper stretching of the body and development of one’s own flexibility. It is intended for those who want to increase / maintain their flexibility, for all those who engage in sports activities and want to increase the range of motion. Learning how to strech properly helps in maintaining good body posture. Suitable as an addition to training or a separate program.
Sports conditioning is the training of strength, endurance and balance through exercises for shaping the whole body and for working on body shape. It begins with interactive exercises of dynamic and static warm-up, with exercises of strength, endurance, explosiveness and stability.
The emphasis is on performing the movement correctly in order to reduce the possibility of injury. It ends with stretching with an emphasis on the muscle groups we covered the most during training. Sports conditioning is intended for everyone and can be an addition to training or a separate program.
Kinesitherapy exercises apply movement in the prevention and treatment of congenital deformities or injuries. We could say that kinesitherapy is movement therapy. It reduces the feeling of fatigue, improves circulation, eliminates muscle pain, reduces back pain and reduces neuralgia. It also improves the tone and appearance of the body. Trainings are led by Anđa, Master of kinesiology and kinesitherapist.
Kinesitherapy exercises for adults are used in:
- PREVENTION: For all those whose working day is getting longer, and the modern way of life implies long and irregular sitting (in the office, in front of computers, TVs…). Regular physical activity contributes to better bone and muscle health, maintaining body flexibility, prevention of osteoporosis and chronic problems in the neck and lumbar region, while improving the psychophysical, social and spiritual condition.
- REHABILITATION: For orthopedic problems (strains, sprains, etc.) with the aim of strengthening weakened muscles, increasing the amplitude of movement, reducing pain, restoring normal gait, preventing contractures.
- In neurological problems (brain injuries, spinal cord)
- In rheumatological problems (rheumatism, arthrosis, cervical and lumbar syndrome) with the aim of reducing pain, preserving and improving the function of the spine, joints and muscle strength.
The program is conducted in a group of up to 10 people with an individualized approach.