Five Element Fitness uses health techniques from Yoga and Ayurveda for a well-rounded at home health care practice.
The five element fitness movement classes concentrate on the five movements of the spine along with restoring the relaxation response; strengthening outer and inner core; breath-work and meditation. The classes are categorised into the five elements:
Earth - Discharging/Relaxing
Water - Circulating
Fire - Transforming
Wind - Receiving
Ether - Uplifting
Yoga Trapeze is a Yoga inversion sling. Specifically, it’s a brand name for YOGABODY® yoga inversion slings. The Yoga Trapeze is used for spinal traction and passive back bends,upper body strength, core strength and grip strength. A movement practice or exercise routine that integrates The Yoga Trapeze includes traditional Sun Salutations and yoga poses mixed with working on grip and pull strength (upper body work), core strength, passive stretches, traction poses and so much more. You can work safely work on stress reduction, restoring lost strength, recovery from injury that has stopped you from practicing on the mat and backbends and inversions that are inaccessible via mat work.
Like all holistic health systems, Ayurveda emphasizes the connection between the body, mind, and spirit. According to the philosophy of Ayurveda, universal life force (Prana) manifests as three different energies known as Vata, Pitta and Kapha meaning 'to move' 'to burn' and 'to hold'. This three primary energies are made of the five elements (Ether, Wind, Fire, Water, Earth). We’re all made up of a unique combination of these three forces and, therefore, the Five Elements. Though everyone has all three of these energies, most people tend to have an abundance of one or two and as you move through life, the proportion of each of the three energies constantly fluctuates according to your environment, your diet, the seasons, the climate, your age, and many other factors. Any movement away from your natural combination of the three energies can affect your health, vitality and general mood. Ayurvedic coaching supports you through the practice of adding Ayurvedic routines, breathwork and movement therapy to your daily health practices.
Abhyanga is an Ayurvedic way of delivering a warm herbal oil massage and marma are vital points of the body which contain Prana energy. Gentle pressure on Marma while doing massage provides Prana energy to the body and mind which gives ultimate healing