We do not need to show anyone the water's soothing, relaxing effect. The program developed for excitement focuses primarily on the release of the female energy within us.The power of the śsanya
Like a fish in the water
We do not need to show anyone the water's soothing, relaxing effect. The program developed for excitement focuses primarily on the release of the female energy within us.
Eight expectant mothers focus on the practice of swimming pool modeling, which we only call the "baby". We are an aquatic aquaparker who uses the AquaNatal method.
The difference is definitely what many people wonder: what is it? Gymnastics for pregnant women? Ъszбs? Aqua Fitness? The answer is not easy, as AquaNatal is indeed a unique "genre", although it has many different forms of motion, but it cannot be unambiguously classified. Its creator is not a sports but a birth specialist: Cuban-American Marina Alzugaray. She has gained several decades of experience in the field of water births, and she has developed this knowledge in dolphin research, as well as in traditional yachting mammals.
The power of the śsanya
The occupational cow approach is not from the point of view of the trainer, but from that of the puppet. It is no accident that the movements are specifically feminine, reinforcing confidence in the healthy functioning of our bodies. In the meantime, they are focused on developing native muscle groups and increasing bone resilience. Being knowledgeable about the program also ensures that the exercises can be performed without any risk of overloading or killing.
AquaNatal's birth orientation (and rightly so related) indicates that it is central to the importance of breathing. However, unlike some of the pre-natal hospital courses, the little one does not learn to breathe, but to turn the tension-relaxation switch on. With this, they are able to release tension at any point in the body by breathing.
Typically, we do not hear pop-up command words or numbers from the gym and the gym. Believe me, if the time comes, the birth defects will not count as the fetus, nor will they say how long they will last or how strong they will be. Is AquaNatal? deliberately avoids many speeches and instructions. This is both to give the woman the opportunity to turn in and make her look, rather than looking directly at the guideline, but listening to her own inner voices. Birth is also most effective when the power of nature, suckling, is called into question by the self. The greatness of the method also manifests itself in giving knowledge directly to our body, and it is systematically provocative at a moment when all and all loses power over the overwhelming power of the body. This is very important at a time when our daily lives are filled with a lot of information and more about expectation and birth than our understanding of the meaning, and access to a wealth of scholarly commentary.
Like a fish in the water
But why in the water? Water has a number of qualities that are worth exploiting during and even during pregnancy. Many mothers barely want to get out of the pool after their bath, so much so much is the relief that the buoyancy of the water exerts on the curvaceous-sulky bodysuit or the spine. Water also has a good effect on the body's water balance: the swollen ankle, a tight ring, is a rare phenomenon after an hour filled with water. It is possible to make movements here, in uneventful hovering, that would not be at all on the dry ground, or only in the midst of great hardships. At the same time, the pressure of the water supports the resistance, so it is almost impossible to "overpower" the muscles, business, but it is necessary to work gently but firmly on every movement. The relaxed, soothing effect of the water is familiar to anyone who is new to water, but it doesn't have to be introduced to anyone who loves to take a bath in the water or just want to dip into a bath at home after just one day. The odd paired hovering is an unforgettable experience that puts an involuntary smile on the face of a comfortably relaxed little baby.
The article's author, Andrea Noll, a native of AquaNatal, learned the technique from Marina Alzogaray in Florida. Andrea asks for help from her parents and learns more about her baby. Since October 2002 he has been working in MOM Welness. Our superiors were also there in one of the occupations.
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