gymnastik

gymnastik,

n a somatic education learning approach developed by Elsa Gindler in Germany around 1910 which emphasizes inward focus during external movements, thus resulting in greater self-control.
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Sie hatte stets auch Zeit fur Hobbies, so fur Gymnastik mit entsprechenden Auftritten bei alljahrlichen Sportfesten, was ganz sicher zur Aufrechterhaltung ihrer physischen und psychischen Form beigetragen hat.
A partir de la publicacion en 1793 de Gymnastik fur die Jugend, la influencia de Guts Muths revalido la percepcion educativa de los juegos corporales.
In 1793 he published the first gymnastics textbook, Gymnastik fiir die Jugend ("Gymnastics for Youth").
Para ilustrar a sua linha de raciocinio, o autor analisa as principais escolas de cultura fisica, como a Harmonial Gymnastics, criado por Mollie Bagot Stack na Inglaterra, antes da segunda guerra mundial; o German Gymnastik, divulgado por Hede Kallmeyer, e chega a citar o trabalho corporal psicoanalitico de Wilhelm Reich, que desprezou o yoga, mas cujo aluno, Alexander Lowen, incorporou os asanas e os pranayamas no seu trabalho terapeutico.
La educacion fisica tal como la reconocemos hoy hunde sus raices en el movimiento filantropico de fines del siglo XVIII, de hecho es la publicacion de una obra en 1793 Gymnastik fur die Jugend (Gimnasia para la Juventud), del profesor germanico de la escuela filantropica de Schnepfental J.
Gymnastik, Realenzyklopddie der klassischen AltertumsWissenschaft (Tomo VII), 1911.
Eine allgemeinverstandliche Einfuhrung in das Gebiet der Rhythmischen Gymnastik und des Neuen Tanzes.
9) See Lindroth, Jan, Gymnastik med lek och idrott: For och mot kroppsovningar i det svenska laroverket 1878-1928.
The roots of somatics can be traced back to the late 19th-century European Gymnastik movement, which used breath, movement, and touch to direct awareness.
He created the modern-day gymnastic ball in 1963, which was sold primarily in Europe as the Gymnastik, and during the late 60s, invented a jumping ball called Pon Pon for use in play and exercise.