Diet and Cleansing / Detoxification
Do we really need to exercise to stay healthy?
Do you always feel energised or are you often lacking energy?
Do you know someone who complains about having no energy?
Is there a connection between physical or sports performance and a breathing depth?
Have you heard about a ‘give and take’ principle? It sounds simple enough – you get as much as you give. It does sound like a fair deal, right? It also correlates with the Newton’s Third Law that states that “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. Another example of ‘give and take’ principle in nature is the Law of Conservation of Energy that states that “energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather, it transforms from one form to another”. Now, what if we apply the same principle to the conservation of energy in our body, i.e. in order to receive energy (or life force), we need to spend energy (i.e. exercise). Sounds somewhat similar to the ‘give and take’ principle, doesn’t it?
You may find the above proposition too simple or too good to be true… And you will not be wrong, as there are certain aspects and elements we would need to consider and apply to make such energy (or life force) work for us in an optimal and most efficient way. For example, breath control is the key factor in achieving better results during physical or sports performance. It also enhances the effect of physical exercises on your body and facilitates its faster recovery.
Our knowledge and experience in gaining energy from exercise has its roots in different schools of practice, such as Indian Yoga, Japanese Nishi, static and vibrational exercises. However, no matter the differences, what unites all of these schools is their remarkable positive effect on wellness and well-being, proven by generations of followers (including my own personal experience).
We will be more than happy to share our insights and exercise sets with you. We will also help you tailor the exercises to your body type, fit the exercise routine into your packed schedule and work through whatever other ‘excuses’ you might have, so that it does not feel like another burden added to your busy life! We believe that there is more to exercises than one may realise – getting energy (or life force) is an important positive aspect, but it is not the only one! Get in touch with us to find out more! The first consultation is always free.