Sky Yoga: Elevate your practice!
Step upon a circular mat and lean back into a cozy aerial yoga swing to experience what gravity can do for you. This class will guide you through yoga postures using the yoga swing to help find more flexiblity, strength, confidence, and a way to explore body awareness in a three demionsional space. We combine the best of all worlds with therapeutic practices, dynamic suspension strength training, and play for a unique full body experience that is supportive, safe, and fun. Let your yoga fly and stretch your way into a better feeling body.
*NOTE: If you have never taken a Sky Yoga/ Aerial Yoga class please arrive fifteen minutes early to get acquainted to the swing and learn a few basic postures and ground rules. We want to make sure everyone is safe and set up for success.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Sky Yoga?
Sky yoga is an aerial yoga practice that utilizes gravity to help lengthen your spine, stretch your body, and to help build strength while using a stretchy soft swing to support your weight and to allow you to use your body for resistance to gain stability while stretching.
What are the benefits of using a swing?
The yoga swing enables you to get into postures with more ease and allows for deeper stretches. There is less pressure on wrists ans shoulders and still allows for you to use your body wegth as resistance to buidl core strength.
Do I need to have yoga experience?
No, this is an all levels class designed for beginners to expereinced. You just need to be curious, patient, and willing to trust in your body.
Do I need to have taken an Aerial class before?
No. However if you have not taken an aerial yoga class you must come in fifteen minutes early to learn the basic safety rules and get acquainted to the swing.
If I suffer from motion sickness can I do Sky Yoga?
Sky yoga can cause you to feel naseaus expeciatlly if you tend to get motion sickness. However we teach postures to help bring you to a more grounding place. We encourage you to work at your own level and to work up to inversions. Your body and your mind are pliable and will change and transform in the swing.
How much weight does the swing hold?
The swing holds up to 300lbs. And the rigging is geared for 460lbs. The swing and rigging are safe and sound.