Psychocalisthenics is a sequence of 23 movement and breathing exercises that activate the flow of vital energy through all muscle groups, organs, glands and tissues. It is performed in the Arica Daily Routine™ and during many Arica® trainings.
Psychocalisthenics is easy to learn. The entire series takes only sixteen minutes to complete and produces a flash of vital energy through the entire body.
Psychocalisthenics can be learned in a group or individual class taught by certified Psychocalisthenics teachers worldwide, or on your own with the help of the P‑Cals® book and DVD. A wallchart and CD are also available.
“What Psychocalisthenics offers is a set of exercises that can become a serious foundation for a life of self-responsibility, clarity of mind, and strength of spirit. They will give our life an extra edge that can be a determinant in the outcome of our efforts for achieving plenitude, love, and understanding.” — Oscar Ichazo
Psychocalisthenics is a sequence of 23 movement and breathing exercises that activate the flow of vital energy through all muscle groups, organs, glands and tissues.
- Dates: To be scheduled
- Location: To be determined
- Length of training: One-day training
- Prerequisites: None
- Requirements: None
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What people are saying …
"When I do P-Cals I feel good all day. I would recommend them to anyone who wants a better lifestyle. They are suitable for anyone – young or old, and take only a day to learn."
— Patrick, nutrition author
"I've been a doctor for over 30 years – always seeking techniques to improve health. Psychocalisthenics is the fastest, most inexpensive way to prevent illness that I know of."
— Richard, physician
"I recommend this excellent system. It aligns the skeleton and tones and stretches one's entire musculature."
— Alexander, osteopath
"These exercises are fantastic! Easy to learn and easy to do, no need for fancy equipment. I do them daily in my own time at home."
— Sarah, shiatsu practitioner
"I recommend Psychocalisthenics to my clients; and I do them myself. They help one's emotions tremendously through the way they work with the breath."
— Lynn, psychotherapist
"Psychocalisthenics is a superb way to nourish the exxential flexibility, balance and vitality of our body-mind-spirit."
— Alan, acupuncturist, zero balancing practitioner
"I'm so glad I did the P-Cals training class. In just 5 hours it gave me the confidence of knowing the whole series. Great teaching!"
— Veronica, company director
"I can do them at home – ideal for me as a mother with young children."
— Sue, mother
"I've been doing these exercises for over 20 years – in hotel rooms or wherever I might find myself with my work, which could, in fact, be anywhere – it makes me feel forever young!"
— Mike, filmmaker