What does Aerial Yoga mean?
Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a hammock or yoga swing to allow practitioners to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It is often also referred to as AntiGravity® yoga. It combines traditional yoga with moves inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics.
Aerial yoga originated in New York and is now popular all over the world. It was created by Christopher Harrison, a dancer with a performance background in acrobatics.
Aerial yoga is the union of my 2 passions
Yoga & Aerial
My yoga journey started in 1998
I become a professional aerialist in 2011
It's only in 2014, I decided to become a Yoga teacher
In 2019 I specialised in teaching Aerial Yoga
I teach different types of aerial yoga. To make it accessible to everyone.
Aerial yoga Vinyasa flow.
This practice is an invitation to deeper into your yoga journey by
adding a new dimension.
On the physical aspect, you will enjoy a new way to stretch or strength your body.
On a psychological aspect, you will gain your mental aptitude and build extra trust and confidence in your self.
Every session will leave you with this amazing feeling to be a bit younger and taller.
I often offer classes with different level from beginner to advanced practitioners.
Aerial yoga Restorative & Yin class.
During this practice, we use silk as the perfect props to gently open and stretch your body in a very relaxing and meditative way.
This class is perfect for people who like gentle but deep practice.
It's also can be very good for people who suffer from different types of back issue.
As this practice can be done without flying it's a good alternative for people who like to practice Aerila yoga but suffer from travel sickness.
It's from fare one of the relaxing yoga practice I know.
Class are often open to all levels.