Please bring your own clean trainers with a bright/pale sole.
This class unites a mixture of Zumba-elements with strengthening exercises and cardio training. The dance choreographies to Latin-American or dance pop music guarantee diversion and fun for everybody who wants to leave their everyday life behind them.
HIIT is a fast and intense whole body training that doesn´t need a lot of time to achieve big results. We change frequently between highly intensive phases and chilling phases. This training concept that is based on intervals can get you to the edge of your own abilities just with your own body weight. So you can get fit for your daily life in a very little amount of time.
Is Qi-Quong a sport? A philosophy? Could it give you help, hope and orientation? Or is it only relaxing with an exotic touch, some distraction from the boring everyday life? Combat sport? A form of art? Wellness?
After a few lessions Qi-Quong will tell you, who you are, where you are from, which strengths you have and on which weaknesses you should work. The experiences and the intelligence of Qi-Quong will help you with many things: getting clarity and honesty about yourself; agility; stamina, focusing on yourself and the moment. Qi-Quong is inviting you to yourself.
Sitting for a long time and monotonous movements define your everyday life? You are searching for a compensation to help you staying fit and healthy?
Stretching will help you to mobilize shortened and rusted muscles and to increase the agility of your whole body.
Every class will start with a warm-up, followed by some stretching exercises (for example from the yoga sector) of different levels of difficulty. Because of that is the class suitable for beginners and advanced.
Stretching is an independent fitness and mobility training, but it can also supplement other sports, because it helps you with increasing your agility.
And who knows? Maybe you are going to manage the split!
You are going to learn soft, smooth and powerful exercises that will move your body and your spine in many different ways. The moves will be done slowly, concentratedly and meditatively. The breath deepens, organs are strenghtened and the inner awareness increases.
The ancient movement forms of the early chinese culture grant the human health, power and joy of life. They support a healty lifestyle til great age.
Yoga, Vinyasa (with Christina Kraag)
In the Vinyasa Yoga are different yoga-exercises fluently (Vinyasa = the sanskrit word for fluent) connected. The result is a closed process of different exercises. An example for an Vinyasa is the sun salutation.
Yoga, Ashtanga (with Annalena Göttsche)
This style of yoga is very dynamic and physically challenging. As a warm-up-exercise we are doing some sun salutations and after that will we practice the first row of asanas from BNS Ivengar. During this it is possible to break a sweat, but the exercises are individually adjustable so that everybody is able to participate.
I’m a educated hatha-yoga-instructor and I like to include meditations and breathing exercises in my lessons. Therefore are also calm moments included in my lessons, in which the focus is on the mental/spiritual relaxation.
Yoga for relaxation and self-awareness (with Teresa Forchhammer)
In this class will be practised a soft and pleasant style of yoga which is based on the yoga-vidya-basic series. The focus is on an aware handling of yourself, your calm, fluent breath, deep relaxation and, of course, the fun in motion and the often static left asanas. You should not expect a tight and exhausting class, but a technique and movement sequences that will exercise your body. Mental refuelling will be most important.
Yoga Hatha/Restorative (with Christin Sim)
This yoga course combines different elements from the traditional Haha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and modern Restorative Yoga. Be prepared to get sweaty, improve your strength, patience and your mind-body awareness. Calmer asanas are meant to stretch your muscles, free your joints and develop a good physical alignment. Everybody is welcome no matter whether Beginner or Advanced Yoga student. With regular commitment to your practice you will soon see the benefits that Yoga brings with it.
„Explain it to me and I will forget it; show it to me and I will remember; let me do it and I will comprehend.” (Konfuzius)
Harmony, power and motion
Aikido is a Japanese martial art which was developed from hundreds of years old Samurai-fighting techniques. It is a self-defense martial art which doesn´t require a lot of muscular strength. Aikido is for most of the athletes more than a way of self-defense. Many exercises in the regularly training are there to develop a good sense of your motion and the therefor required physical and mental requirements. You can train how to exercise in accordance with the right breathing and without needless muscular tensions. Every training contains short meditation, breathing- and stretching-exercises, basic steps, exercises in how to fall the right way in every direction and last but not least the Aikido-techniques. (Coach Alexander Kupin)
Since this class is organized in collaboration with the Aikido-school Greifswald, students of the Aikido-school are going to attend these classes as well.
There is no accident-insurance coverage via Hochschulsport of University Greifswald.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsi (short: BJJ) is a highly effective martial art that is related to Judo. Its specialty lies within ground fighting and joint lock-techniques as well as choking-techniques. Strokes and kicks aren´t allowed.
The training sessions are structured in warm-up, fitness, technical training and sparring. The changes and shifts are fluent. The learned will be applied in the sparring sessions. You shouldn´t be shy with body contact.
Please note: the use of the mats in the gymnasium is only allowed with socks – maybe with stoppers – or barefoot. Please bring appropriate clothes.
This class addresses everybody – beginners, but also advanced athletes – who is interested in this sport to exercise it together. The aim is to improve your own abilities and skills in but mostly through boxing. A typical training session starts with a boxing-specific warm-up session or a little game. Afterwards follow 3 rounds of shadow boxing. After that follows the boxing training with partners, sparring and focus mitts etc. Then it is time for power and stamina training, e. g. circle training, rope skipping, medicine ball. The training session is ending with a cool down and some relaxation exercises.
This class is for everybody who is interested in historical martial arts and it doesn´t require any background knowledge. Its focus lies on fighting with the long sword that is struck with two hands. Besides the secure handling of the exercise weapons and the right stand are also elements and techniques from wrestling and fighting with a dagger subject in the class. The aim of the class is to teach the martial art as it was applied in former times.
The knowledge from the beginners´ class will be improved and the technical and tactical opportunities will be extended. This class is for everybody who participated in the beginners´ class or who already has knowledge in historical fencing or other martial arts.
You only need training clothes that are appropriate for the gymnasium.
Japanese Sword Fight - Iaido
JAPANESE SWORD FIGHT - IAIDO
The laido is a Japanese sword fighting art that has its specialty therein that the pulling process of the sword will be converted into an attack-motion or a defense-movement.
In this class are many effective techniques of defense taught. Furthermore are values like politeness, respect, tolerance and the friendly togetherness important elements of this class.
The traditional lessons are structured into three columns: Kihon (basic techniques), Kata (execution of techniques) and Kumite (fight). In order to master the karate you have to master them.
The training improves the motoric abilities and coordination which also optimzes the concentration. Your breathing is trained, your self-esteem will be pushed and the feeling for your body will be improved.
You have the oppertunity to learn the martial art of Kong Fu of Shao-Lin-Quan.
In this martial art are we going to train our awareness for our own body, our mind and our senses. You aren´t just learning how to defense yourselves but you are also boosting your health and fitness.
The coach is teaching basic knowledge and choreographies of Kung Fu.
Russian Martial Arts
Russian martial arts were tested and refined in wars and conflicts over 1000 years. In RMA are the natural, intuitive movement sequences more important than the practicing of determinated techniques. This makes fast success possible, even with rising claims: "Easy to learn, hard to master".
Three basic elements will be important in the training:
- Breathing as source of power/strength
- the looseness of the body for spontaneous reactions
- getting control over the attacker to direct the fight
The class is suitable for beginners and interested advanced, independently of age and gender
Important! Please bring comfortable clothes and clean shoes for the gymnasium.
Self-Defence with Ving Tsun Kung Fu (Beginners)
In this basic class I’m going to show you the Ving Tsun Kung Fu (a form of self-defence and close combat) that is built up very effectively and economically. Because it is made for real fighting situations will you not find complicated and circumstantial movements. Instead we will try to solve problematic situations with strategies and techniques that are easy to learn and logically understandable.
With this style of fighting you have a good chance to defeat your opponent because of good statics and the right use of muscles. It is suitable for men and women of every age. Basic knowledge is not necessary.
I’m Jan Korte and I’m learning from Helge Frey in Oldenburg since 2011. Helge Frey works as an independent coach and was trained by Volker Boekhoff who is one of the essential Ving Tsun coaches in Germany. He also had close contact with the grandmaster Wong Shun Leung.
We are training with shoes on, not barefoot.
Jugger is a fast and demanding team sport. The rules are easy to explain: one team consists of 5 players. 4 of them fight against the enemy with padded so called “Pompfen”. If you are hit, you have to kneel down for short amount of time and can´t take part in the game while doing so. In the meantime tries the fifth player, the runner of the team, to put the ball (“Jugg”) into the opposing gate (“Mal”).
Together we want to train, play have fun. In this class we want to develop the basics. Furthermore are we preparing ourselves for tournaments in which interested participants of this class can take part in.
Lacrosse is a physical team sport with a limited playing area, two goals and concrete rules. The players use rackets with a net to bring the ball over the playing area into the goal. This sport is characterized of a mix of stamina, velocity, agility and physical harshness.
In the men´s lacrosse it is wished to use your body and racket frequently but in the women´s lacrosse are the rules stricter but also allow body and racket contact.
In the classes we teach the basics (guiding, throwing and catching of the ball), as well as defense and attack strategies. Normally men and women train together. For us it is most important that you have fun with the sport. So enroll yourselves to this class if you want to try something new.
To all the keen athletes out there, especially to those who are interested in roll sports and roll hockey: You are getting the chance to improve your skills! We want to build up a rollhockey-team and need enthusiastic roller-skaters and hockey players.
Team leader João Rocha who brings experience from Portugal and the national league is keen on establish this kind of sports in Greifswald. If you want to start rollerskating and to be challenged in an appropriate way, you are right here!
In the class it is our goal to convey the basics of rugby to you. We will focus on passing the ball, learning about the rules und getting to know the set-pieces. We will also work on our fitness and learn something about the basics of tackling.
Advanced players (F1):
Goal: learning new systems of play/ new moves
Qualification: basic knowledge/techniques in playing volleyball
suitable for: players who play volleyball regularly/ played volleyball regularly (for example in a club/assoziation)
Ballett for Beginners
The class is suitable for beginners as well as for returners. The basics of classical ballet will be taught in different exercises on the ballet bar and in the room. It will be continuously worked on posture, coordination skills and the dancing expression.
Contemporary dance is a modern form of dancing with emotions in the focus.
The training session starts with a warm-up and afterwards strength training so the body is permanently strengthened and prepared for the dancing performances that follow. After that will technical elements, like jumps and twists, be trained and a choreography will be rehearsed. Trust and improvisation exercises help forgetting the daily stress, perceiving your body´s motions consciously and thereby giving the dancing more freedom and expression. In the final cool-down will the body be stretched and it can recover from the exercises before.
The beginner class is suitable for everyone who is open to new things. If you already have some experience with dancing, you can also take part in the advanced class to expand these skills and experiences.
Beginner and advanced class
In this class we are going to improve and go through the basic movements of the oriental dance to the sound of oriental music.
Continuation and advanced class
In this class we are going to repeat the basic steps we learned in the beginners´ class. This class´ aim is to develop a group choreography.
Male participants are also welcome.
Formfitting clothes are required and you can also wear dancing shoes if you want to. But you can also dance barefooted or just in socks.
I´m looking forward to all of you.
I’m happy to dive in the world of dancing with you, to get to know your own body better and to test out your limits.
Some experience in dancing could be helpful (not necessarily experience in jazzdance), for example techniques concerning ballett, because we are going to train some movements out of this sector.
I’m dividing the class in warm-up, fitness, techniques, choreo and stretching.
Just bring much fun at moving and dancing!
Looking forward to see you in class!
The class dancefusion is about getting to know different styles of dancing, for example Commercial, Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop. The class includes a warm-up with some strength training and technique exercises that will help to enhance your dancing skills, as well as a choreography that will change every 3 to 4 weeks.
Previous knowledge in dancing would be nice, but beginners with a sense of rhythm and passion for dancing are more than welcome too.