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Aqua Therapy Pool

Aqua therapy pool exercises includes Ai chi, Aqua running, Bad Ragaz Method, Burdenko Method, Halliwick, Watsu and other aerobic exercises.

Various properties of water contribute to therapeutic effects, including the ability to use water for resistance in place of gravity or weights, thermal stability permits maintenance of near constant temperature. Hydrostatic pressure supports stabilizes and influence heart and lung function. Buoyancy permits floatation and wave propagation that allow gentle manipulation and movement.

Ai Chi used for recreation, relaxation, fitness and physical rehabilitation. Body movements are slow and continuous with attention to body alignment and deep breathing.

Aqua running improves the endurance, burn more calories compared to land running at same time, and low impact on joints.

Bad Ragaz Method is focuses on Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and developed in hot water. It is used for rehabilitation and strengthening muscles to relax, lengthening the spine traction and increased tone, increased range of motion, muscle strengthening legs for wearing body weight, increases overall body strength.

People with paralysis and functional limitation of the segments easily supports limits the scope of movement in water, in particular by reducing pain.

The exceptional properties of water buoyancy, turbulence, pressure are used to facilitate the recovery process through a program of relaxation exercises and progressive stabilization.

Burdenko Method develops balance, coordination, flexibility, endurance, speed and strength for athletes and sports fitness.

Halliwick Method is mainly used in neuro rehabilitation and pediatric rehabilitation. It has ten point programmed such as mental engagement, Sagittal rotation control, Transversal rotation control, Longitudinal rotation control, Combined rotation control, up thrust /mental inversion, Balance in stiffness, Turbulent gliding, Simple progression, Basic Halliwick movement.

Watsu is used in orthopedic rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, and psychological rehabilitation.


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