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Aerial Yoga: Your Cirque Du Soleil Workout!

By September 5, 2017 April 11th, 2019 No Comments

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Aerial yoga, or anti-gravity yoga, has become an increasingly popular way to destress and enjoy all the benefits of traditional yoga without many of the restrictions.

Not only is aerial yoga fun, (are you telling me you wouldn’t want to be wrapped up in a silk cocoon for an hour?) but it puts an elegant twist on an ancient practice. Like the performers in Cirque du Soleil, aerial yogis can enjoy effortless inversions and flows they may not otherwise have the pleasure of experiencing in the common vinyasa or ashtanga class.

Yep, upside down and it was magical, giddy fun!
We positioned the silk hammock across our behinds in the proper place, leaned back and wrapped our feet into the silk to hold us in place in Chandelier Pose.
Once we were upside down, we swung from side to side and let gravity work its magic.


Being upside down is excellent for your spine alignment and for the health of your vital organs – plus it feels amazing!

We let one foot loose at a time while upside down and stretched into an inverted Dancer’s Pose and finally challenged ourselves to come up into a pose called the Vitruvian Man.

For Vitruvian Man, we climbed up the silk from our upside down poses and came into a wide straddle at the top of the silk cradled around our legs.











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