The Csign physiomat provides a comfortable and stable surface while performing various fitness, yoga or pilates exercises. The physiomat is suitable for a wide range of exercises, including strength training, cardio exercises, stretching and recovery training.

  • Running ladder
    The running ladder is usually used to develop footwork and explosive power. Practising quick foot movements by using the ladder’s bars help improve reaction speed and strengthen muscles in/around the legs, ankles and feet.
  • Exit and balance circle
    Balance exercises on this physiomat can be an effective way to improve your stability, coordination and core strength. It helps strengthen your stabilisation muscles, improves posture and helps prevent injuries. Moreover, it can also help improve your concentration and focus, as balance exercises require a certain amount of mental alertness. Balance exercises using three-dimensional objects can be set up with the help of the physiotherapist.
  • Maths mat
    Maths and play teaching physical and cognitive learning go hand in hand to provide children with effective and enjoyable exercise. An example of game teaching physical and cognitive learning is the use of educational games in which children have to solve arithmetic sums through physical actions such as jumping into the right box and tapping the numbers. Combining numeracy with play and physical activity offer a holistic approach to learning. It enables children to strengthen their numeracy skills while having fun and being active.

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The Csign physiomat provides a comfortable and stable surface while performing various fitness, yoga or pilates exercises. The physiomat is suitable for a wide range of exercises, including strength training, cardio exercises, stretching and recovery training.

  • Running ladder
    The running ladder is usually used to develop footwork and explosive power. Practising quick foot movements by using the ladder’s bars help improve reaction speed and strengthen muscles in/around the legs, ankles and feet.
  • Exit and balance circle
    Balance exercises on this physiomat can be an effective way to improve your stability, coordination and core strength. It helps strengthen your stabilisation muscles, improves posture and helps prevent injuries. Moreover, it can also help improve your concentration and focus, as balance exercises require a certain amount of mental alertness. Balance exercises using three-dimensional objects can be set up with the help of the physiotherapist.
  • Maths mat
    Maths and play teaching physical and cognitive learning go hand in hand to provide children with effective and enjoyable exercise. An example of game teaching physical and cognitive learning is the use of educational games in which children have to solve arithmetic sums through physical actions such as jumping into the right box and tapping the numbers. Combining numeracy with play and physical activity offer a holistic approach to learning. It enables children to strengthen their numeracy skills while having fun and being active.