It is a training method. Its objective is to strengthen the muscles and increase the control, strength and flexibility of our body. Although, like all physical exercise, it implies an increase in energy expenditure and, therefore, also contributes to maintaining a balanced weight. The six essential principles of this method are control, concentration, fluidity, precision, breathing and center.

  • It brings vitality and strength
  • Improve flexibility, skill, agility and coordination
  • Correct bad postural habits
  • It helps reduce back pain