CampusVital offers daily exercise and relaxation courses lasting 30 or 60 minutes. You can book the following courses:
Pelvic Floor Training
Here the inner center is strengthened. At the beginning a warm-up phase followed by specific exercises to activate and strengthen the deep muscles of the pelvic floor and the lower abdomen.
Good posture starts with the feet, because they carry us all our life. In this course we strengthen the foot muscles, train coordination and fine motor skills and improve circulation. Thus, healthy foot muscles offer injury prophylaxis and prevent back and knee problems.
Body Center Xpress
In this course your body center will be strengthened in just 30 minutes. After a short warmup, your torso muscles are intensively trained to achieve a healthy posture. The training takes place with and without aids such as gymnastics balls, hand weights or thera bands. At the end, relaxation and stretching round off the course sessions.
Full Body Training
The course is divided into four sections. Warm up, training session 1, training session 2 and stretching. The training units combine special strength and endurance exercises to achieve effective muscle and cardiovascular training. The exercises from the training units are identical and refer to the shoulder/arm area, back and abdominal area, buttock and leg muscles.
Pilates is an exercise program consisting of gymnastics and relaxation and stretching techniques. We train breathing, strength and agility and gently relax the body, mind and soul. Important areas are the shoulder and neck as well as the back, abdomen and pelvic floor. We train on the mat. Pezzi balls are available for use.
The course includes strengthening the upper and lower back muscles, training the deep muscles, stabilizing training and improving back flexibility.
Back Fitness (Strength)
The course begins with a warm-up phase. This is followed by specific exercises for the entire trunk muscles to strengthen them.
Yoga for the Fasciae
The day was long and tiring again. Now an evening yoga sequence can help to bring the Monkey Mind to a little calm, to relax and thus to slide into a more restful sleep later on. The daily overstimulation and often constant availability make us tired and sometimes "over the top" at the same time. Therefore, in the yoga evening sequence, it is more advantageous to choose the simple, more calm hatha yoga orientation. This can provide gentle and regenerating asanas, a calm and harmonizing pranayama (breathing techniques and exercises) and also a wonderfully relaxing meditation sequence.
No previous experience with yoga is required, the course is suitable for everyone and everyone is welcome.
Please bring thick socks and a warm sweater. Mats, blocks and blankets are ready.