FAQ's
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  • You practice on a soft, hammock that looks like a long scarf. These hammocks are made out of special fabric that can support over 2,000 pounds, so don’t worry, you’re not going to tear them.

    The hammocks are held up by carabineers, support chains and webbing straps. You can adjust the height according to personal preference, or for better manoeuvrability.

  • If you like yoga, even if you don’t do it that often, you should definitely consider giving Aerial yoga a try. For me, Aerial yoga is like normal yoga, times 10.

    Not times 10 in terms of difficulty, but in terms of how effective, fulfilling and calming it is. Just like yoga, aerial yoga can be practiced daily, weekly, monthly or when you’re in a crisis and just need a change of pace.

  • We supply yoga mats under your hammock for when you are touching the floor.

  • Yes. Throughout the class, you do various traditional yoga postures or aerial adaptations of traditional postures, using silk hammocks to help aid and support the poses.

    Some of the most basic poses involve simple stretches while seated on the hammock, while other poses progress to hanging upside down if you choose to do so.

  • Yes. Throughout the class, you do various traditional yoga postures or aerial adaptations of traditional postures, using silk hammocks to help aid and support the poses.

    Some of the most basic poses involve simple stretches while seated on the hammock, while other poses progress to hanging upside down if you choose to do so.

  • You certainly may and it is the same cost per person as you would pay for any other class. Our only requirement is there are 6 participants for private bookings.

  • Yes. As with all yoga classes you only practice a posture if it is beneficial for your well-being and if you choose to do so. You will be given another posture to do when those who choose to go upside down are inverting.

  • Yes. If you are looking for strength, stability, flexibility and mobility. We encourage clients to practice mindfully as there are many levels, allowing you to practice as strongly or as gentle as you like.

    Aerial yoga is great for the core encouraging you to engage your core muscles to balance and stabilise yourself throughout the practice.

  • Yes. If you practice with a fully qualified yoga teacher you will be guided through breath work. Your body will follow your breath throughout the physical practice, encouraging you to stay present and mindful, quietening the mind in preparation for relaxation or meditation.

    The ultimate goal of yoga is to become aware of our essential nature and when you lay in the hammock and drop into the here and now everything changes, you feel liberated and content, at home in your own skin, and in that moment not wanting for anything to be different.

      • Short or long sleeves (armpits covered)
      • Leggings or fitted shorts
      • Socks if you have rough skin on your feet or sharp toenails
      • Remove jewellery, watches and anything else that can rip the hammock. This also includes untrimmed fingernails and toenails.
      • Do not use hand lotion. It might stick to the hammock, or make it harder for you to maintain your grip.
  • Make sure you are hydrated, and if you need to eat, just a light meal.

    Avoid soft drinks and other acidic liquid before class. These might cause unpleasant feelings when practicing the upside-down postures.

  • AntiGravity yoga can relieve chronic back pain due to the gentle traction and zero compression on your spine.

    It also helps you build muscle memory and correct postural alignment.

  • AntiGravity offers many of the same benefits and enjoyments of regular yoga, but it also has some additional benefits.

    Greater Flexibility. Since you have more freedom of movement, you can move your body into new positions. In some cases, this can result in a deeper and more fulfilling stretch than traditional yoga offers.

    Better Focus. By putting yourself in a more challenging situation than usual, aerial yoga forces you to be more alert and aware of your surroundings. You will likely also try to concentrate harder because you’re not used to being suspended in the air during your yoga practice.

    Stress-Relief. Much like traditional yoga, AntiGravity yoga is great for stress relief. Not only do you use poses and stretches common to other forms of yoga to relieve stress, but you also experience the joy of knowing that you did something new and exciting connecting neural pathways.

  • AntiGravity is a safe form of exercise in that all AntiGravity yoga classes should be taught by a certified AntiGravity yoga instructor (you can specifically ask your yoga facility about your instructor’s qualifications before taking a class). You are only suspended three feet from the ground during aerial classes (although you can adjust the height of your hammock to suit your needs or make the class more challenging). Therefore, the risk of injuring yourself from falling is quite minimal.

    The contraindications for inverting in an AntiGravity class are:

    • Pregnancy
    • Eye diseases
    • Recent eye surgery
    • Vertigo
    • Cardiovascular diseases
    • High/Low blood pressure
    • Colds/Flu/Any condition that blocks the nasal passages
  • “Saying, “I’m not flexible enough to do yoga” is like saying “I’m too dirty to have a bath!”.

    If you don’t perceive yourself as a flexible person then the best and safest place for you is in a hammock.

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