An Introduction to Rhe-set yoga
Rhe-set yoga is working with the Kaiut Yoga Method. This method is a biomechanical yoga practice designed by Francisco Kaiut to serve the modern body and the modern mind. This format is intended to increase freedom of movement. Francisco Kaiut’s method is deeply influenced by his professional practice as a chiropractor and his education in craniosacral and polarity therapies, deep tissue massage, and hatha yoga. #yogaforeveryone
We need to move the body
in the most intelligent way,
not the toughest or most intense way
- Francisco Kaiut -
It becomes more and more clear to people that most of the original intention of yoga has been lost and is replaced with a popular way to "get in shape". Today's image of yoga is of extreme flexibility, gymnastic movements, sweating in a hot room, and of course detoxing and super foods. It's easy to understand why many people today conclude that yoga is simply not for them.
yoga was never meant to be
a physical practice.
The Kaiut yoga method was designed to improve your quality of life, it adapts the ancient practice of yoga into an innovative way that reliefs the challenges of modern life. The human being spends a great part of the day sitting and the circulatory and biomechanical impact of this modern habitat is extremely harmful to the body (especially in the 3 girdles of the body). Therefore many of our classes are focused on unlocking the hips. The method works with natural movements, increasing mobility and returning the body to its ideal structure and functionality. Suitable for dealing with all types of bodies, the Kaiut method is able to integrate practitioners with different class times very effectively, delivering solid results for all of their students. Intelligent use of the floor, walls, and force of gravity allows our students to experience deep, transformative body work in a 100% safe environment. This enables us to explore the individual situation of each student, delivering impactful and prompt results for all of our students.
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