Aquatic Bodywork is a profoundly energizing and therapeutic experience that reconnects the body to its liquid essence and deep relaxing state. It is performed with the help of floats and a practitioner, in a chemical-free 35ºC warm pool, using movement, massage and breath work techniques both above and beneath water.
Water improves motion and flexibility, increases blood flow and relaxes the body. The warmth (35ºC) and the lack of gravity (allowed by floats), allow muscles and mind to fully surrender, while helping to reduce pain, stress or anxiety. Aquatic therapy can be used even if a patient does not know how to swim, is pregnant or has some water related trauma. It helps healing, remembering, surrendering and liberating.
IS GOOD FOR: Stress * Anxiety * Low back pain * Joint paint from sports or daily repetitive activities * Neurological and orthopedic injuries * Post-surgical debilitation * Muscle weakness from injury or illness * Pre & Post Pregnancy *... You name it. The therapist is there to provide a safe environment and introduce touch, breath, dance and in some cases, submersion techniques to help you experience further.
the brain to process the signals from your muscles more thoroughly. It has more time, which is an ideal benefit for rebuilding muscle memory. Because you aren’t able to move as quickly, you can be more conscious about how your body is moving. This brings a feeling of liquid mindfullness that can access your physical and spiritual body, bringing benefits to the whole being.
Liquid Zome is a magic place that you can embrace, learn and enjoy therapies with water.
The space is magic, you can feel at home there ... you can find a lot of good courses/workshops that teach you the path to this element.
A sacred temple of the waters.
A place to flow, to dive into our true essence, to transform into the best version of ourselves.
We free our body and mind. Movement happens when we close our eyes, in a confortable immersion. We let go. I feel it's possible to relax completely, to be weightless and to feel the signs in your body. It's also a synchronic moment with the person taking us on this journey.