Aerial Yoga

Aerial yoga is a hybrid type of yoga developed in 2014 combining traditional yoga poses, Pilates, and dance with the use of a hammock.  

Benefit of AERIAL YOGA

  1. No skills (or shoes!) required
    Let the ACE study test subjects serve as examples: Sixteen randomly selected women, ages 18 to 45, proved you can go into aerial workouts pretty much cold and still get the hang of things. Most aerial yoga studios have classes for first-timers, and AIR offers a “foundation” class for those just starting out.
  1. It’s one of the best ab workouts around
    “A benefit of taking your routine off the ground is that you lose your point of stability; you’ll start to engage your core immediately without even realizing it.”
    Almost all of my students commented on feeling as if their core strength improved dramatically over six don’t need research to tell you that if you enjoy your workout, you’ll probably do it more often.
  1. Mat poses become easier to master
    Been working on your headstand or forearm stand in yoga? Forget kicking up against a wall and consider this: “The silk wraps around your body and supports you in certain difficult poses like inversions, giving you the experience of how a pose should feel,” Duggan says. In other words, taking a few aerial classes might raise your game in your regular yoga classes as well.
  1. It counts as cardio too
    Aerial yoga provides strength-building benefits. Scientists were surprised at just how cardio intensive this form of yoga can be. “At the outset of the study, we didn’t necessarily anticipate that the physiological responses to aerial yoga would align with those of other, more traditional forms of cardio exercises, like cycling and swimming,” They found that the calorie burn-320 calories in one 50-minute aerial yoga session-is in fact comparable to that of power walking.
  1. It’s zero-impact
    Whether or not you have knee problems, adding some low- or no-impact workouts is great for you ,and aerial classes are exactly that easy on the joints.


Common questions that ask

Is aerial yoga suitable for fat people?

The hammock for aerial yoga can support about 600 kilograms, so it doesn’t matter if your weight is larger. Aerial yoga is suitable for anyone. As long as you can continue to practice, feel the quietness and experience of the dialogue between yoga and the body that yoga gives our body.

Can’t keep up with the group class? Time is not right?

The aerial yoga private training course is a one-to-one way to guide physical exercise. It is different from the group course of multiple people. The aerial yoga instructor will design a set of suitable exercise methods according to the different physical conditions of the individual, in order to use the least time to achieve the most. Good effect. More and more people choose private education courses. In addition to being busy and nervous, they can always maintain their figure and good energy status with the assistance of a personal trainer to reduce stress and fatigue.


Things to do during Aerial Yoga

  1. Girls suggest that the hair is neat and bundled, too long hair needs to be curled, to avoid tangling in the hammock.
  2. Without any jewelry and sharp jewelry
  3. Tight-leg pants over the knee, short-sleeved or long-sleeved tight-fitting sports clothes, avoid loose clothes.
  4. Avoid crystal nails and long nails.
  5. Students who are necessary to wear professional non-slip gloves or socks
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