Aeroballet Stretch

by Saturday, November 14, 2015

Classical ballet training is recognized as one of the most advanced technical movement mechanics training.  The biomechanical ideal in training is to achieve the most stable, balanced, integrate relationship of the spine and extremities for injury prevention, advanced sports medicine treatment and performance optimization.  This routine specifically consists of flexibility and alignment training.  The class is 30 min and takes your through dynamic, isometric and developmental stretching. Dynamics stretching aims to propel the muscle into an extended range of motion. Isometric stretching is a type of static stretching (meaning it does not use motion) which involves the resistance of muscle groups through isometric contractions (tensing) of the stretched muscles. The use of isometric stretching is one of the fastest ways to develop increased static-passive flexibility and is much more effective than either passive stretching or active stretching alone. Developmental stretching is practised at the end of the class to lengthen the muscles. Occasionally we will work in pairs and use therabands. This class is for you if you have tight muscles and reduced mobility. All fitness and experience levels welcome.

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