Raynetics (Posture Pilates) is a complete body workout with low impact and high intensity to improve strength, flexibility and coordination. The focus is on posture while working on the lower body, the abdominal muscles and the back and shoulders. The goal of the lesson is to train a good, strong and conscious posture in daily life.
The origin of Raynetics lies with founder Raimondo Fornoni, an emeritus ballet dancer from the National Ballet. He developed his own method and this philosophy can now also be experienced at Sportcentrum VU.
The origin of Raynetics (Posture Pilates) lies with founder Raimondo Fornoni, an emeritus ballet dancer from the National Ballet. He developed his own method and this philosophy can now also be experienced at Sportcentrum VU. In the lessons participants will recognize elements from Pilates, Yoga and Broga lessons. Raynetics (Posture Pilates) classes take place at one of the studios at location Uilenstede in Amstelveen.
During the lessons we work on improving strength, agility, balance and coordination. Raynetics (Posture Pilates) is a combination of concentric movements (focused on strength and shortening movements of the muscles) and eccentric movements (focused on increasing the flexibility and lengthening of the muscles). The combination of both stimulates an increase in flexibility and control of the body and movements. To achieve this, movements are performed in:
• standing position (balance, strength and agility)
• lying position (coordination and focus on abdominal muscles)
• on hands and knees (strength and coordination)
• seated (coordination and flexibility)
• alternating a number of exercises per lesson with a partner. Buddy up: helping each other in coordination and flexibility.
The goal of the lesson is to train a good, strong and conscious posture in daily life.
The lesson is partly done standing and partly sitting / lying down. VU Sports centre provides yoga mats. The use of a towel is mandatory for every athlete. You’re free to bring your own yoga mat to class ofcourse.
Try this lesson for free? Yes, you can! New members can try out our sports one day for free. You can register at the counter of one of our two locations. Maximum of one free day pass per person.
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