CORE YOGA System deals primarily with the recovery of mobility of the spinal vertebrae and other joints, which can help the person to compensate for the different biomechanical movements which he uses in his everyday work.
- CORE YOGA puts together the yoga system with the Osteopathic medicine knowledge – which supposes the functional maintenance of the human body as a whole. This also means maintaining the optimal muscles functionality to ensure the full harmony of the entire human body.
Mission CORE Yoga
The mission of this system based on the anatomy and physiology of the human body is the preparation of our osteo-articular system for daily activities, the regaining of articular mobility and the correction of the wrong postures, due to the work or incorrect postures obtained after traumas and accidents, within the capacities body. The human body has unpredictable resources, and they can be discovered by working daily, respecting its limits, resting time, and also paying attention to our nutrition, which aims to provide the nutrients the body needs for its optimal operation.
Lack of strength in some of the deeper core musculature means a loss of power, a loss of technique, and the possibility of injury – Our core is the base we work from, with the intent of creating movement and power around a stable object. The problem is that the object (your spine) doesn’t stabilize itself – it takes effort.
How does it work?
The base muscles of the pelvis are axial muscles of the abdominal -lumbar-sacral region and hip. These muscles surround the body in the spine, including the abdominal region. They act to flex, extend, rotate, tilt laterally and stabilize the spine during movements.
These include abdominal muscles, hip muscles, and spinal muscles.
Maintaining these muscles in a good tonus and an excellent elasticity condition is particularly important.
We have created an excellent system whereby each person can observe and work their own motor deficiencies and restrictions, increasing body mobility and stability, through exercises specifically dedicated to the most important muscles that respond to body stability during physical activity.
This unique system for mobilizing the most important body joints supports the body’s osteo-articular system, which involves the elasticity and tone of the agonist and antagonist muscles, the ligaments and the most important fascial tissues that have a special role in transmitting biomechanical forces into the chain, the lining of the body. The core muscles are the muscles associated with the connective tissue and bones of the abdomen, hip, and spine.