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Unleash the magic of dynamic water!

This extraordinary element possesses the ability to adapt, withstand, and effortlessly move.

With a sprinkle of faith and hope, it can assist you in reclaiming control over your life, reminiscent of the nine months spent in your mother's womb.

As humans, we are comprised of 70% water, making it an essential component of our existence.

What an incredible source of revitalization!

Living water holds the key to enhancing your overall well-being in countless ways.

Our therapy pool water operates at a high frequency, stimulating the cells in your body to vibrate at an elevated 'vibe' ratio.

This, in turn, enables a greater flow of energy throughout your entire being.

When energy becomes stagnant, it can lead to illness and disease, resulting in a state of energy depression.

However, by harnessing the power of living water, you can unlock the flow of energy and experience genuine healing.

Emotions are simply energy in motion, capable of influencing the flow and healing within your mind, body, and soul.

Embrace the transformative potential of living water and embark on a journey towards holistic well-being.

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Aerobic Class in Pool
There are various techniques utilized in aquatic therapy that take advantage of the unique properties of water, such as buoyancy, viscosity, and hydrostatic pressure.
For instance, Ai Chi combines elements of Tai Chi and Qi Gong and is performed in water up to the shoulders.It focuses on balance, breathing, and relaxation exercises, employing slow and wide-ranging movements to strengthen the body, enhance oxygen and calorie consumption, and improve joint mobility.
Ai Chi is also beneficial for individuals dealing with high levels of stress or depression.Aquatic PNF is a stretching technique used in rehabilitation that involves different motions like flexion/extension, abduction/adduction, and rotation. It effectively increases the range of motion.

BRRM is an active technique where the therapist provides resistance to the patient in water. It is often used for soft tissue injuries, spinal cord injuries, head injuries, or Parkinson's disease.

Fluid Moves entail patients standing in water up to their chests and being guided through slow and rhythmic movements while taking deep breaths.

The Halliwick Method teaches individuals with physical disabilities how to swim and become independent in water. It focuses on balance and postural control by progressively destabilizing the patient.

Watsu is a wonderful therapy that offers multiple benefits. It effectively reduces muscle tension and improves the flexibility of your body. By moving through the water, it gently stretches your spine and limbs, allowing for a wider range of motion. The buoyancy of the water also helps alleviate pressure on your joints, making it particularly beneficial for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, post-knee replacement surgery, and lower back pain. Watsu not only decreases muscle spasm and guarding but also promotes deep relaxation for both your body and mind.
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