Ballet Body Sculpture

Redefining fitness & wellbeing

Ballet Body Sculpture is a Unique Ballet Based Exercise Workout Program regardless of your age, ballet, dance or fitness experience. Perfect for those looking to create a graceful posture and body line, using techniques from classical ballet, Pilates, stretching and Neuro Linguistic Programming; forming a powerful mind & body connection for immediate and lasting results. No previous experience in ballet is necessary to join our classes and start creating your dream body line, elegance & posture. Available classes : Group & Personal training 

 

Back Bending Flexibility Benefits


Posture is the key to looking and feeling healthy, attractive and young. Whatever is the age or physical structure, our modern lifestyle of sitting in cars, behind desks, and on sofas, takes it's toll on our bodies over the time, making look older, tired and less confident. Now imagine if you open your shoulders, lift your chin, stretch your spine resisting the gravity. Your presence would immediately change giving a perception of a strength, confidence and grace. As start to you walk, you float, as you turn you glide, each movement becomes an expression of your inner beauty...   

Backbends reverse the inevitable hyper-flexion of the spine from too much sitting and computer use.They restore the natural positioning of the pelvis and the lordotic curve in the lumbar spine.


Backbends and side bends open up the spaces between the vertebrae and allow the spinal nerves space to “breathe.” They also move lymph and cerebrospinal fluid via compression, helping to hydrate the spine, the spinal nerves, and tissues around the spine.

They also move lymph and cerebrospinal fluid via compression, helping to hydrate the spine, the spinal nerves, and tissues around the spine.

Backbends stretch the psoas, which is known in qigong as “the seat of the soul” and is hugely important for trauma, since a lot of trauma gets stored in the psoas, and is reinforced by the perpetual crouch (forward flexion of the spine, head forward, neck flexed, shoulders collapsed, hips flexed, and knees drawn up—essentially the fetal position).

Spine extension is very important for posture and health. Since there is very little in life that we do bending backwards, taking time with exercise to move this direction can help keep our backs in balance.

“A man is as young as his spinal column.” Joseph Pilates

See how you can increase your flexibility at our classes or using our online ballet workouts!:)

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