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OPENING May 1, 2017


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Mar 6th

2020

Intro to Aerial Yoga

Aerial yoga or also known as anti-gravity yoga is a yoga-based practice using suspended yoga silks from the ceiling. It is a yoga practice that carries both modern elements as well as ancient yoga techniques.


This introduction to aerial yoga will give you the basics on safety, movement, benefits and rules while using the yoga silks. Participants engage in poses while utilizing the silks that allow them to suspend in mid-air. Based on the theory of counter-gravity, suspending the body via the silk is extremely beneficial. Gravity stresses the body by weighing the body down, causing compression of the spine and increased muscle tension. Counter-gravity works to reverse the negative effects of gravity by decompressing the spine, releasing muscle tension, and enhancing blood circulation. The silk is also intended to assist in proper body alignment and deepen awareness.


Participants must be in good physical condition in order to safely engage in this exercise with no problems. If you have ever had surgery on your hips, or if you have had any other surgery within the last year, avoid aerial yoga and consult with a doctor. Aerial yoga is not recommended for pregnant women, those with glaucoma, people who suffer from either high or very low blood pressure, those with osteoporosis, or those who have recently suffered from a stroke.


Date: Mar 6th 

Time: 1 - 3 pm

Cost: $35.00 + HST

$35 + HST

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Apr 3rd

2020

Intro to Aerial Yoga

Aerial yoga or also known as anti-gravity yoga is a yoga-based practice using suspended yoga silks from the ceiling. It is a yoga practice that carries both modern elements as well as ancient yoga techniques.


This introduction to aerial yoga will give you the basics on safety, movement, benefits and rules while using the yoga silks. Participants engage in poses while utilizing the silks that allow them to suspend in mid-air. Based on the theory of counter-gravity, suspending the body via the silk is extremely beneficial. Gravity stresses the body by weighing the body down, causing compression of the spine and increased muscle tension. Counter-gravity works to reverse the negative effects of gravity by decompressing the spine, releasing muscle tension, and enhancing blood circulation. The silk is also intended to assist in proper body alignment and deepen awareness.


Participants must be in good physical condition in order to safely engage in this exercise with no problems. If you have ever had surgery on your hips, or if you have had any other surgery within the last year, avoid aerial yoga and consult with a doctor. Aerial yoga is not recommended for pregnant women, those with glaucoma, people who suffer from either high or very low blood pressure, those with osteoporosis, or those who have recently suffered from a stroke.


Date: Apr 3rd 

Time: 1 - 3 pm

Cost: $35.00 + HST

$35 + HST

Per Ticket

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May 1st

2020

Intro to Aerial Yoga

Aerial yoga or also known as anti-gravity yoga is a yoga-based practice using suspended yoga silks from the ceiling. It is a yoga practice that carries both modern elements as well as ancient yoga techniques.


This introduction to aerial yoga will give you the basics on safety, movement, benefits and rules while using the yoga silks. Participants engage in poses while utilizing the silks that allow them to suspend in mid-air. Based on the theory of counter-gravity, suspending the body via the silk is extremely beneficial. Gravity stresses the body by weighing the body down, causing compression of the spine and increased muscle tension. Counter-gravity works to reverse the negative effects of gravity by decompressing the spine, releasing muscle tension, and enhancing blood circulation. The silk is also intended to assist in proper body alignment and deepen awareness.


Participants must be in good physical condition in order to safely engage in this exercise with no problems. If you have ever had surgery on your hips, or if you have had any other surgery within the last year, avoid aerial yoga and consult with a doctor. Aerial yoga is not recommended for pregnant women, those with glaucoma, people who suffer from either high or very low blood pressure, those with osteoporosis, or those who have recently suffered from a stroke.


Date: May 1st 

Time: 1 - 3 pm

Cost: $35.00 + HST

$35 + HST

Per Ticket

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