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· July 7, 2018
· June 7, 2018
· May 14, 2018
What You'll Get
- Intro to Aerial Workshop for One Person
- Intro to Aerial Workshop for Two People
- Five Class Pass
Aerial Yoga: Swinging into a Stretch
If you opt for aerial yoga, read Groupon’s introduction to prepare to lift off.
Although yoga devotees often speak of their practice helping to “ground” them, students of aerial yoga have a different idea altogether. Sometimes referred to as Unnata aerial yoga, suspension yoga, or antigravity yoga, this particular form fuses traditional Hatha or Vinyasa yoga poses with acrobatic techniques. Practitioners perform maneuvers such as backward somersaults, handstands, and downward-facing dogs while suspended on nothing but a soft, fabric trapeze that dangles from the ceiling. This low-hanging hammock, which can support 1,000–2,000 pounds, enables participants of all shapes and weights to stretch farther and hold poses longer while decompressing pressure on the spine.
In addition to claiming strengthened back, core, and shoulder muscles, aerial yogis often remark on how much fun the practice is when compared to traditional forms of working out. Many students often report experiences of elation and improved moods during and after sessions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Registration required. May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Subject to availability. Not valid for session courses. Advanced registration recommended. Valid for Acro Fit, Barre Fit, Bungee Dance, Cirque Circuit, Cirque Fit, Core Aerial, Flybarre Trapeze and Introduction to Aerial. 5 Class pass must be used in full 30 days after activation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About UP! Aerial Fitness
UP! Aerial Fitness is an organization that offers aerial aerobic classes that incorporate different apparatus. For example, their aerial hoop class suspends a metallic hula-hoop in the air and participants are taught various ways to mount and dismount this hoop. Other classes utilize other apparatuses; for example, the aerial pole classes makes use of a metal pole that is hung from the ceiling but not affixed to the floor.