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MASSAGE THERAPY

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CORPORATE MASSAGE

Corporate massage does not require employees taking their clothes off, candles and oils. Chair based massage is a massage given over the top of clothes with the recipient sitting face forward in a massage chair.


The massage last between 10 to 20 mins and focuses on specific areas of the body that tend to be under strain from working in an office environment.


The upper back, shoulders and arms are areas that can be under all kinds of strain and not necessarily from heavy lifting but from repetitive style tasks.


Benefits of Corporate Massage:


  • Invigorate and relax staff.

  • Productivity increases.

  • Valued.

  • Increases immune function.

  • Lowers blood pressure.

  • Relieves headaches.

  • Improves quality of sleep.

  • 85% reduction in stress.

CORPORATE WELL-BEING PROGRAM

Corporate Wellness Program provides an integrated course schedule of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. Our sessions combine hands-on experience with knowledge-based teaching - take a look at our offerings and contact us for further information.

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KENNETH W. KHOO

Qualifications:

46 years in Martial Arts

20 years as a Personal Trainer (fitness)

PhD Martial Arts

Btec Diploma Electrical &

Electronics Engineering

HRDF Certified Trainer

NSC Sports Science

Malay Massage Therapy

Sports Massage Therapy

9th Dan TaeKwonDo

7th Dan TangSooDo

5th Dan HapKiDo

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CHI KUNG

It is a method of breathing exercise to help you ‘centre’ yourself

Chi Kung can help harmonise, strengthen and have a healing effect on the functioning of all the internal organs and bodily systems. Chi Kung involves performing movements that simulates the flow of chi through the body.  It increases the supply and flow of energy throughout the body, can have a variety of rejuvenating effects and is believed to increase longevity, and it induces calm mental and emotional states.


Benefits of Chi Kung:


  • Body-posture

  • Movement

  • Reflection/Visualisation

STRETCHING

Techniques of Stretching

​Stretching is a form of physical exercise in which a specific muscle or tendon (or muscle group) is deliberately flexed or stretched in order to improve the muscle's felt elasticity and achieve comfortable muscle tone. The result is a feeling of increased muscle control, flexibility, and range of motion.

There are three main techniques: static, active and dynamic stretching. 


Benefits of stretching are:

  • improves strength, balance and flexibility. 

  • helps with back pain relief. 

  • relaxes you to help you sleep better. 

  • helps you to focus on your work.

  • more energy and brighter moods. 

  • helps you manage stress. 

LIIT

Low Intensity Interval Training

LIIT is a safe and very effective way to build long term muscle and burn fat. The repetitions and bursts of low impact exercise strengthen targeted muscles and enhance your overall cardiovascular fitness.

LIIT is similar to HIIT in the way that it consists of intervals of higher and lower intensity. The difference is that the high-intensity periods aren't nearly as intense. Intensity during a LIIT routine is never at or above a sprint, and recovery time is longer.

A low-intensity sustained-state workout involves any exercise that keeps your heart rate at a steady pace of about 50% of its maximum ability and lasts for an extended period. LIIT results in lower chances of injury.

Benefits of LIIT are:

  • Improves blood circulation and increases blood flow.

  • Builds cardiovascular endurance.

  • Builds muscle endurance.

  • Lessens fatigue.

  • Burns fat.

  • Places less strain on your joints, ligaments and tendons therefore reduces the risk of injury.

KOREAN MARTIAL ARTS 

Korean Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practiced for a number of reasons such as self-defense for military and law enforcement applications, competition, physical, mental, and spiritual development; entertainment and the preservation of a nation's intangible cultural heritage.

Benefits of martial arts training:

  • Helps you to be more alert and focused. The longer a person has trained, the more enhanced his or her cognition becomes.

  • Drills may help reduce stress, anxiety and ailments. The deep breathing exercises, i.e. Chi Kung produce a calming effect on a martial artist.

  • Assertiveness, emotional stability and improvement in self-esteem

  • Self-belief and self-compassion.

  • Weapons training will allow you to develop very sharp sense of accuracy and precision.

  • As you build strength of mind and spirit, you also start to build confidence.

WEAPONS TRAINING

Benefits of Weapons Training:

  • Weapons training will allow you to develop very sharp sense of accuracy and precision.

  • The Jang Bong (long staff) is great for teaching you hand-eye coordination as well as getting all your major muscle groups to work in harmony.

  • Self-Development - Being mentally and physically centred is one of the great benefits of any martial arts training. Weapons further this, making you concerned not only with the balance and positioning of yourself but also an extension of yourself.

  • Increased strength – handling a weapon, even a light one, increases the load on our muscles and joints and helps them get stronger.

  • A stronger core – weapons’ handling forces the two halves of the body (lower and upper) to work in tight coordination. This then helps build core strength as the different muscle groups begin to move smoothly together.

  • Better coordination - because handling a weapon adds to the overall amount of force   being applied to the body, it requires better hand/eye coordination.

  • Improved stamina – weapons training is not just about strength, it requires a sustained number of movements carried out convincingly. Sustaining that requires muscles that can perform without failing for a longer period of time than if they were performing   without a weapon.

  • Better mental agility – the mind is the greatest weapon. Having the ability to create complex mental models of what we do and how and then adjust them on the fly   requires the kind of mental computing power few people can manage. Weapons training becomes an intense mental workout the moment you pick up a weapon and start to wave it around.

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