Aerial Yoga

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Originated from New York, the Aerial yoga style has attracted a massive group of people around the world to extend their ability and focus on their mental and physical well-being with a pinch of challenge. 

Traditional yoga practices are raw methods for growing towards a better and healthier life. Whereas modern yoga styles are developed with a purpose to get there conveniently, quickly, and interestingly. Aerial yoga form is an innovative hybrid style that combines traditional yoga postures with a supportive hammock. This form of yoga is also known as the anti-gravitational yoga pattern.

The founder of this yoga technique, Michelle Dortignac, fused common yoga styles with pilates and dance on a hammock to make Aerial yoga more and more enjoyable. 

Originated from New York, the Aerial yoga style has attracted a massive group of people around the world to extend their ability and focus on their mental and physical well-being with a pinch of challenge. 

Aerial yoga is performed with a strong silk hammock that holds a person from the ceiling and supports every movement, and bends. Here, the student is practicing normal yoga poses above the ground level with extreme stretching and breathing exercises.

This yoga technique helps to reduce weight, improve flexibility and strength, cope with stress and depression, and overall stamina.  

It does require proper training and instructions at the beginning and therefore it is considered as the professional, challenging, and complicated yoga style. 

This widespread yoga practice is also used in various medical treatments because it takes the body above the ground and allows each cell to receive maximum blood and oxygen while improving all the organ’s functionality.

The Aerial yoga style is widely famous amongst health enthusiasts, and it is continuously encouraging people to join yoga through its interesting, challenging, and gratifying nature. 

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