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Yolatespath©

... the way to balance and well-being

YOLATES© creates awareness and leads to one's own balance

Yolates is bodywork for the soul. Selected elements from Yoga, Pilates, Far Eastern exercises and meditation form the basis. Dr. Irmina Boltenstern began developing the exercises that harmonize mind, soul and body about fifteen years ago. Yolates helps to get to know one's own body, to enter into dialogue with it and to find those exercises and postures that enable our well-being whenever we long for it. Yolates is a consciousness training that is primarily done through, in, on and with one's own body.

The YOLATESPATH© Bad Hall

The Yolatespfad Bad Hall makes the exciting path to one's own well-being additionally a nature experience. By walking through nature, the supply of oxygen, one draws additional strength. One actively recovers and the exercises offer the possibility to better understand the signals of one's own body. The exercises help to get to know one's own body better, to promote the dialogue between body and mind and to find the individual harmony.

THE 10 EXERCISE STATIONS
YOLATESPATH© Bad Hall

Awakening & Stretching
Lateral Stretching
Shoulder Circles
The Eagle
Pelvis & upper body circling
Squat
Shoulder & back stretch
Strengthening the cervical spine
Alternate breathing
refueling energy


THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL YOLATES EXERCISES:

Do the exercises relaxed, enjoy the flowing movements, less is more and feel yourself as a whole.

Stance:
Legs hip-width - feet parallel (unless otherwise indicated), 
Navel to spine (tighten abdominal and gluteal muscles), 
Shoulders and neck relaxed, 
Shoulders pull to heels.

Breathing:
Inhale into the abdomen and exhale slowly. 
The rhythm of the exercises is determined by the breath. 
Important - feel into the body and breathe in. 
Breathe through during the activity as well.

Here and now:
Focusing on the here and now, on what I am doing right now. 
Mindfulness, calmness and flowing movements apply to all exercises.

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