How do we define these topics :
Yoga: A Hindu philosophy advocating and prescribing a course of physical and mental disciplines for attaining liberation from the material world and union of the self with the Ultimate principle.
Meditation: A standing or seated practice of continued or extended thought; reflection and contemplation.
Multifit- A system of exercise that challenges the body and mind in very dynamic ways through excercises , drills and sequences with and without weights and or resistance
Internal Arts: A philosophy and practice of using spirit, energy and intention to manifest internal strength, health and vitality.
Movement: An art that practices full range of motion using primarily bodyweight, in slow systematic sequences allowing for useable, full range of motion, and stability.
Qigong: A Chinese system of breathing exercises, body postures and mental concentration, intended to maintain good health, and to develop and utilize, vital internal energy.
Martial Arts: A wide range of systematic teachings and movements designed for self-defense. These teachings encompass the training of structure, efficient delivery of power, and methods to strengthen the body with the goal to gain competence in defense with both empty hands and also the use of weapons.
Dance: A successive group of rhythmical steps or bodily motions associated with following a musical beat or rhythm.
Mindfulness: The state or quality of being mindful or aware
Strength: The quality or state of being strong; both bodily and muscularly; having power and vigor.
Mobility: The quality or state of being capable to move in dynamic ways readily
Coordination: Harmonious combinations of interactions inside and outside the entire body
Agility: The power of moving quickly and easily, and the ability to be nimble
Posture: Proper positioning of the limbs and carriage of the body as a whole, allowing the mind and body to be in it’s perfect state of homeostasis
Flexibility: The state of being soft and limber allowing the small musculature, tendons, and ligaments to become more supple and functional
Balance: A state of equilibrium of both mind and body
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