Main focus of application of Yoga and Ayurveda in sport is to achieve state of ZONE – perfect mind-body coordination, and maintaining psycho-physical balance during great efforts.

Yoga and Ayurveda programs counterbalance the negative effects of sports. Today highly trained children in sports and athletics can experience physical problems in later life. This happens because many sports coaches and instructors rarely pause to consider what they might be doing to a youngster's body when they encourage him or her to concentrate on breaking records or winning more matches. Young gymnasts, for instance, spend most of their childhood practicing, in order to reach an international standard by the age of 14 or 15. The constant practice demanded by today's high standards means that their bodies will have become permanently deformed by the time they reach early adolescence. The same happens to promising tennis players, swimmers, track and field athletes, dancers, and athletes from many other sports. As most such activities require the body to be twisted into unnatural positions, sometimes for hours on end, it is not surprising that in time, all joints and muscles will be out of alignment. If, for example, one damages a knee, it will inevitably affect other joints. This is because everything in the body is interconnected and nothing works in isolation.


Courses on Yoga and Ayurveda in sport:

  • Course for invincible tennis player

  • Course for athletes

  • Course for football, woleyball players

  • Course for free divers, etc.

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