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Wellness Area

Fitness

Fitness Method

Committing to a fitness regimen means mapping out a plan for an activity or a series of activities that can be done consistently. A well-thou- ght out fitness plan will go a long way in helping you reach your goals.

Fitness

Fitness Practices

Functional Assessment and Personal Trainer

One of our expert personal trainers will assess your level of physical tness, your metabolic condition, and your anatomical structure. The trainer will be able to recommend the most suitable activities and exer- cises to help you to meet your goals, based on your pro le.

Personal Trainer

Our certified team of professionals have in-depth knowledge of general fitness, from recommending exercise routines to instruction. You’ll feel motivated by setting goals with your own personal trainer, and they’ll provide reliable feedback and accountability.

Electrostimulation

A high-tech system for exercise by neuromuscular electrostimulation, allowing our muscles to work more directly and effectively. A 30-minute training session with this technology is equivalent to an hour and a half session of usual training. For those who love challenges!

SHA Postural Re-education (SPR)

SHA’s Postural Re-education is an assessment method, a diagnosis and a treatment for disorders of the neuro-muscular skeletal system. Its goal is to go from the symptom shown by the patient to the cause of the problem, trying to eradicate the symptoms. The objectives are: to return muscular flexibility, recuperate a correct alignment of structures, eliminate pain and re-establish functions.

Nordic walking

It is one of the most complete exercises known, improves the 90% of the human body muscles, the aerobic capacity, the maximum consumption of oxygen, the physical and psychological resistance, as well as the immune system.

Aqua Gym

A low-impact water workout that strengthens muscles, increases heart rates and improves breathing and circulation. The combination of strength and cardio workouts mixed with water resistance ensures the body gets a full workout. The body can burn between 400-500 calories in an hour of exercise.

Pilates Mat

A system of controlled movements that uses respiration and resistance to balance and tone the body’s muscles. Increases flexibility, strength, and resistance thanks to its harmonious blend of physical exercise and breathing techniques.

Pilates Reformer

This is a series of physical exercises that are carried out with a specia- lised machine, and designed to strengthen and tone muscles without increasing their size. This discipline makes it possible to sculpt your figure by carrying out a fluent sequence of movements with a small number of repetitions, avoiding joint impact.

Cycling

A low-impact exercise that places less stress on your joints, which makes it ideal for people with knee or hip issues, or those recovering from orthopaedic injuries. SHA Cycling is a great cardiovascular wor-kout and can help build lower-body muscle strength.

Stretching

A good session on a daily basis can help control the loss of muscle mass and significantly improve flexibility and joint range of motion.

BodyTone

A cross-training class that combines cardiovascular, strength and core work. The challenging mix of lunges, squats, functional training and tubing exercises will help you burn calories and take your fitness to the next level.

Boxing

Boxing works lots of muscles at once. To punch with the most power, you have to put your whole weight into it, meaning the legs, hips, abs, back, shoulders and arms have to work together in one smooth motion. All those muscles help support and stabilize movement and posture throughout the body.

Getaways

Running, hiking or bike rides lead by our professionals that will allow you to enjoy an exclusive combination and a real sense of place. Also, you will have the chance to select or design the routes and locations depending on your physical objectives: beach or mountain walks, special routes, etc. The price includes the complete walk, from the departure to arrival back at SHA, including transfer.

  • Running or hiking
  • Bike
Paddle

Paddle tennis is very beneficial to health, because with it not only we do increase our physical condition but also improve our movement coordination, agility and re exes while invigorate the body.

SHA Fitness on the Go

Change starts here! We encourage you to keep up with these good habits on your return home. Our trainers will create a conditioning rou- tine for the next 30 days that will allow you to continue achieving your well-being and physical conditioning goals.

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Fitness

Fitness

Goals:

 

Achieve optimum physical condition, increase muscle tone and power, as well as improve joint function. Increase the general level of physical activity, acquire knowledge and skills to create personal training habits and maintain physical conditioning once the stay at SHA has come to an end. Learn new healthy eating habits in order to optimise the general state of health and wellness.

  Length: Minimum 7 days I Recommended 14 days
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Rejuvenation

Healthy Ageing Men

Goals:

 

To enable the individual to achieve an optimum state of health by delaying the signs of aging, so that he not only lives longer, but has greater vitality and a better quality of life. To measure the indicators of biological age and the differences in relation to the patient’s biological age, as well as factors likely to have a negative impact on his quality of life - which may include lifestyle, nutritional, environmental and/or genetic factors.  To combine expertise in natural therapies, oriental medicine, nutrition and the latest medical advances, in respect of both diagnosis and treatment, in order to reduce the effects and symptoms of aging in men. To teach new, healthy lifestyle habits to enhance the individual’s general state of health and well-being.

  Length: 7 days  
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Recovery

Life Reset

Goals:

 

To have a complete break in order to start a new life by achieving a significant and substantial change (from the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental and nutritional point of view) in order to return to an optimum state of health and general well-being. To undertake a detailed review of all relevant factors affecting the health and which could cause stress imbalances - so as to measure their impact on the individual’s overall health, and to determine the most appropriate measures to achieve physical and emotional well-being. To teach new, healthy lifestyle habits with the aim of optimising all physical and mental functions, and improving the quality of life - in addition to equipping the individual with the tools needed to achieve a substantial and lasting improvement.

  Length: 28 days
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