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Ateliers

Apprendre la marche afghane avec MAQ, c'est s'assurer d'un enseignement remarquable prenant appui sur de nombreuses années de pratique, une équipe professionnelle dédiée et une perspective dynamique axée sur la libération du souffle. À cet égard, notre association avec PneumaCorps, au service de l'éducation de la santé respiratoire, soutient stratégiquement la qualité de notre enseignement dont le cœur demeure l'oxygénation.

Notre atelier «Apprentissage de la marche afghane» propose un contenu  dynamique complémentaire:  conditions de pratique,  rythmes de base et variations, cohérence cardiaque et méditation active. MAQ complète en outre sa pédagogie par différentes capsules-santé liées à une oxygénation supérieure. Enfin, une méthode d'apprentissage est remise aux participants, tandis qu'un suivi est assuré, selon l'instructeur, grâce à un support-conseil ponctuel et/ou la planification d'activités de groupe.

Notre accompagnement à la marche s'enrichi également, selon l'instructeur, de la marche harmonique, la marche perceptive et le shinrin-yoku  propulsant le potentiel de la libération du souffle et de la présence propre à la marche afghane à un autre niveau d'expression.

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En bref

What is the Afghan march?
Synchronization of breathing on steps - Nasal breathing with or without breath retention - Different
rhythms according to the topography or the objective of the walk

General content of a workshop
Principle and benefits of Afghan walking, posture, release of breath, basic rhythms and variations on
flat terrain, downhill, uphill, long-distance travel, to induce the state of cardiac coherence or
experience active meditation, lung amplification exercises + health capsules linked to oxygenation
superior.

The benefits at a glance : The cumulative benefits of walking and deep rhythmic breathing. Physical activity
moderate or tonic depending on the pace of the walker with repercussions on blood and lymphatic circulation,
muscle tone and regulation of the cardio-respiratory system. Stress management, harmonization of
cerebral hemispheres, support cardiac coherence and awareness of the present moment.

Who can practice the Afghan walk?
Anyone, regardless of age. It is a question of adapting the rhythms and the cadence to the physical condition. In addition, the
deep rhythmic breathing easily adapts to other activities, particularly tonic: Nordic walking, cycling,
running, cross-country skiing or everyday situations: insomnia, anxiety, anger, in short, to manage stress or maintain a
state of calm.

Is it a daily activity?
The Afghan walk is a natural walk and therefore perfectly suited for daily use for a minimum of 20-30 minutes per day or as long as desired. Isn't this the march of the nomads? These peoples who, by necessity, have to manage long journeys as well as possible. And of course, in preparation for long hikes (e.g. Compostela) or demanding trekking.

Where to practice Afghan walking?
The heart of Afghan walking is superior oxygenation, so its practice greatly benefits from a natural environment. However, it is not a "sport" as one could say for example Nordic or athletic walking. The Afghan walk is a natural walk where, simply, we breathe in consciousness. Once the "mechanics" of the rhythms integrated and the comfort acquired, very generally the walker will automatically adopt deep rhythmic breathing, without having to count mentally, and this in all his movements, even very short, whether it is outside. and inside.

Tarif et formats

Learning to walk afghan

Price: $ 150

PROGRESSIVE

3-4 sessions | 2 hrs

spread over 1 month

Smooth integration allowing gradual validation of group learning

SEMI-INTENSIVE

2 sessions | 3 hrs

spread over 2-3 weeks

Accelerated integration allowing gradual validation of learning by

group

INTENSIVE

1 session | 7 hrs

spread over 1 day

Dynamic integration adapted to calendar and travel constraints

COACHING

Private education

Individual, group, corporate

Adapted format on request. Adjusted rate