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Project of High School Viktorovac, Sisak:  Yoga In Service of Health and Satisfaction  Project of High School Viktorovac, Sisak: Yoga In Service of Health and Satisfaction Minimize

 
Yoga In Service of Health and Satisfaction
 
Project of High School Viktorovac, Sisak
 

    Participating Schools:  1. High School Viktorovac
2. High School Čakovec
3. Medical School Bjelovar
 
Date:  March 31th 2018
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Ivan Lovrić (ivanlovric24@gmail.com), High School Viktorovac Sisak
2. Nikolina Zaplatić Degač (nzaplatic@hotmail.com),
High School Čakovec
3. Katarina Koh (katarina.koh@gmail.com),
Medical School Bjelovar
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Jelena Lučan (jjokic1@gmail.com), High School Viktorovac Sisak
2. Nikolina Zaplatić Degač
(nzaplatic@hotmail.com),
High School Čakovec
3. Marina Šoštarić
(marina.sostaric@gmail.com),
Medical School Bjelovar
 
Leader School:  High School Viktorovac, Sisak
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Denis Sekulić, High School Viktorovac Sisak
2. Željko Đurić
, High School Viktorovac Sisak
3. Magdalena Žižek
, High School Čakovec
4. Marta Črep
, High School Čakovec
5. Tatjana Kump
, Medical School Bjelovar
6. Ana Sobota
, Medical School Bjelovar
 
Target Group: 
 
Students
 
Project Objectives: 
 
Interpreting concrete responses regarding the impact of yoga on person’s health with the synthesis of ancient ways of practicing and current methods of applying yoga in modern life.
 
Assignments: 
 

Answering the questions:
- how to practice yoga
- why would the health professionals practice certain asanas
- what are the positive examples of applying yoga in the everyday life of a mod-ern man
- what ar the interesting ways of practicing yoga.

Collaborators:  Padma Yoga treining center. Instructors Ružica Matagić and Dominka Juzbašić.
 
Place of implementation:  Padma Yoga treining centar.
 
Duration (phases):  - March 2018 to March 2019
- selection of project theme - March 2018
- choosing a school for collaboration - March 2018
- assignment of tasks and search for literature - April, May 2018
- work on the project - June, September, October 2018
- student exchange - November 2018
- unifying all parts of the project into a unique presentation - December 2018, January 2019
- final activities - February 2019
 
Expected Results:  Understand the impact of unconventional knowledge and skills on the health and satisfaction of an individual.
 
Risk Factors:

Insufficient funding for the realization of all stages of the project.


    
Synopsis of project  "Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction"  Synopsis of project "Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction" Minimize

PROJECT OBJECTIVES
  
Interpreting concrete responses regarding the impact of yoga on person’s health with the synthesis of ancient ways of practicing and current methods of applying yoga in modern life.

PROJECT TASKS
Answering the questions:
- how to practice yoga
- why would the health professionals practice certain asanas
- what are the positive examples of applying yoga in the everyday life of a modern man
- what are the interesting ways of practicing yoga


PROJECT STAGES
- March 2018 to March 2019
- selection of project theme - March 2018
- choosing a school for collaboration - March 2018
- assignment of tasks and search for literature - April, May 2018.
- work on the project - June, September, October 2018
- student exchange - November 2018.
- unifying all parts of the project into a unique presentation - December 2018, January 2019.
- final activities - February 2019.


Last year we answered the question „What is yoga?“, This year we are answering the following questions:

1. HOW TO PRACTICE YOGA
- defining the terms „asana and „vinyasa“
- describing the ashtanga yoga with the picture display of the first, second and third series
- displaying ashatanga yoga / demonstation by Surya Namaskar of A,B and vinyasa


2. WHY WOULD THE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS PRACTICE YOGA
- yoga for the spine

3. WHAT ARE THE POSITIVE EXAMPLES OF APPLYING YOGA IN THE EVERYDAY LIFE
- yoga for the athletes
- yoga for the epilepsy
- yoga for preventing the cardiac diseases
- yoga as alternative to standard schizophrenia therapy
- yoga as additional asthma therapy
- yoga with standard care of leukemia and lymph node-cancer patients
- yoga for women diagnosed with breast cancer
- yoga for pregnant women
- morning yoga better than coffee – awake your body and soul in 10 minutes
- yogavita: basketball players of Cedevita have been winning since they've started meditating
-yoga cures hangover – nausea soon disappears with the help of a few exer-cises


4. WHAT ARE THE INTERESTING WAYS OF PRACTICING YOGA
- exercising with animals

*an emphasis on prenatal yoga – a visit to a yoga studio plus an interview on the given topic
yoga for the athletes – student football teams and adjustment of asana to that sport activity of the given student group
yoga fot the spine – after numerous evidence of ergonomical problems and in-adaptability of working conditions to specific health professions, significant problems emerge in the area of locomotor system, mainly the spine, which require prevention and recovery by traditional as well as alternative methods in order to prevent the spinal health and enhance the working ability of the health workers.


    
Student exchange in project “Yoga for health and pleasure” in Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak  Student exchange in project “Yoga for health and pleasure” in Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak Minimize


Second student exchange as part of the project “Yoga for health and pleasure”
(January 16, 2019.)

 

 
    On January 16, 2019 High school Viktorovac hosted the student exhange of the project "Yoga for health and pleasure". The students of High school Čakovec (Marta Črep, Magdalena Žižek), High school Bjelovar (Ana Sobota, Tatjana Kump) and High school Viktorovac (Denis Sekulić, Željko Đurić) took part.
   We have agreed to divide our programme into three segments being:
          1. A video
          2. PPT presentation
          3. A scatch

   As part of this student exchange we visited and participated in Padma yoga class which allowed us to gather information necessary for finishing our project. We have learnt a few of Astanga yoga exercises which we will demonstate in Tuhelj. A short video was filmed, also to be shown in this year's programme.
   At the very end we decided on the presentation details and thus concluded this extremely agreeable and cheerful exchange.


    
Exchange in Čakovec-Stubičke Toplice on projects “Rhythm with a Horse” & “Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction”  Exchange in Čakovec-Stubičke Toplice on projects “Rhythm with a Horse” & “Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction” Minimize


First student exchange in Čakovec and Stubičke Toplice within projects
“Rhythm with a Horse” and “Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction”

(17th of October 2018)

 

   On Wednesday, 17th of October 2018, the first student and teacher exchange within the projects "Rhythm with a Horse" and "Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction" took place at Čakovec High School. Colleagues and students from High School Viktorovac were greeted with a warm welcome from the Čakovec High School Headmaster, Gordana Ramušćak, and exchange organisers, Nikolina Zaplatić Degač and Ivana Preložnjak.

   After the welcome, the students and teachers had an organised breakfast, during which they could get to know each other better. Through a relaxed and fun atmosphere, the students presented their creative ideas, desires, goals and plans. Each student described their vision of the projects, which in the end were encompassed into a single, coherent whole. The students set themselves the goal of presenting the projects in the most interesting and creative way possible. The students divided the tasks among themselves and exchanged their e-mails and cell phone numbers, so they can keep in touch and share their thoughts about the projects. After a fun and relaxed introductory meeting, we went on a tour around Čakovec High School. During the tour, the students were impressed by the school’s physiotherapy cabinet as well as the cabinet of general practice nurses, whose practical we visited and briefly participated in. In the Čakovec High School Choir rehearsal rooms, the musically talented students could not refrain from singing and playing instruments, so we agreed that the students will also put on a musical performance as a part of the project.
   At 9.30 a.m. we boarded a bus that was waiting for us in front of the school, and we set off for Rhythm with a Horse Centre in Stubičke Toplice for the second part of the exchange. After a two-hour ride, we were warmly welcomed by Josip Knezić, a bachelor of physiotherapy and occupational therapy and a licensed hippotherapist. During his lecture, the students learned what hippotherapy is, its goals, indications and contraindications, and its effect on the patient. The students found the lecture quite interesting, so they gladly participated by asking different questions, the answers to which will help them in their projects. After the end of the theoretical part, the students were escorted to the riding arena, where they tried to lead a horse, became acquainted with the role of a hippotherapist, and experienced the influence of hippotherapy and horse-riding by taking on the role of the patient, all under the expert guidance of hippotherapists. Afterwards, we had lunch, during which we exchanged our impressions and agreed to hold the second exchange at the Viktorovac High School and hippotherapy centre in Sisak at the end of November. Upon our arrival to Čakovec, our educational and fun meeting ended with laughter and singing. We eagerly await another exchange and look forward to seeing everybody again!

"Rhythm with a Horse“ and “Yoga in Service of Health and Satisfaction” Project teams



    
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