HAVE YOU TRIED KAIUT YOGA?
My latest guest on HeartShift Radio is Francisco Kaiut, the creator of the Kaiut Yoga Method. Kaiut Yoga has been designed to work through chronic pain & injuries, general aches & stiffness, and work for the inflexible, hyper flexible and the aging body. In other words, if you’re a just starting out with yoga, a little out of shape, have some health challenges or getting older…this yoga is absolutely for you! Tune into this latest episode as Francisco and I discuss his most amazing yoga method.
ABOUT KAIUT YOGA
Kaiut Yoga works to counteract the harmful effects of modern living; sitting at a computer, hunched over a smartphone or tablet, slumped in a coffee shop. The Kaiut Yoga method also works to counter the harsh impact to the body after participating in movement patterns (running, cycling, playing sports or compensating for injury).
Kaiut Yoga is about maintaining or returning the body to optimal structure and functionality. It’s about freedom of movement, physical system and energy flow. It’s about keeping us as healthy, mobile and pain free as possible for as long as possible. With more freedom of body comes freedom of mind. It’s about a better quality of life.
Francisco Kaiut is the creator of the Kaiut Yoga Method. He was inspired to develop this yoga method growing fast in popularity driven by his need to manage his own pain from a shooting accident when he was 5 years old. Francisco is a certified chiropractor and yoga master and has studied cranial sacral therapy, deep tissue massage therapy as well as polarity in the UK. Over time, he has integrated the principles of all these health and wellness modalities to create a holistic yoga method designed to help people find peace of mind, body and soul.
Francisco is based in Curitiba Brazil where he opened the first Kaiut Yoga School back in 2002. Today, there are Kaiut Yoga Studios around Brazil and the US, as well as many Kaiut teachers around the world including the USA, Canada, France, Brazil, Ecuador and Israel.
Want to know more about KAIUT Yoga? Listen in to this podcast and check out this article on Yoga over 50.