SUNYOGA Energy class
Qi-Gong meets yoga.
The founder of SUNYOGA, Christoph Mamat has with Sandra Klünder developed a new combined series of powerful yoga asanas and dynamic movements from Qi-Gong. The exercises bring noticeably more flexibility as well as systematically building up physical strength.
The course teaches the basic skills for teaching the SUNYOGA-E series. Besides the intensive practice together with the examination of the individual exercises, the course will focus on the theoretical foundation of the Taoism and the Five Elements.
All exercises are designed so that they can be executed at any skill level, as well as being effective when not performance to its completion. Also further variations for advanced practitioners is an optional part of the series.
The most ancient and refined systems of health self care, Qigong and Yoga, originated in India and China. Both systems have similar activities which include breath practice, postures, motion, self massage, relaxation, concentration, visualization and meditation.
Qigong is a form of gentle exercise developed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial and lymph) and building awareness of how the body moves through space.
Much of what is described in traditional medical systems as the “balance” of forces, such as yin and yang in the Chinese system, can be associated with the dualistic components of the nervous system. In the central nervous system yin is rest and yang is action.
Qi-gong creates a balance between rest and action. This is the state that Qigong seeks to refine. In the autonomic nervous system yin may be associated with the parasympathetic and yang may be associated with the sympathetic. The balance of yin and yang is associated with homeostasis.
In a communication between body and mind is it possible to balance our daily energy loss. Through tree dimensional movements in a combination with exhausting the body from its normal movements, makes it possible for the body to return to its organic natural state of stress relief, where it can naturally tap into its intuition.