Aerial Silks vs. Aerial Yoga

October 15, 2015

Aerial yoga uses both the ground and the support of a soft hammock apparatus to transform traditional yoga into a multi dimensional experience.  This is a smaller class with one person per silk apparatus. The postures are low to the ground and flow from one series of postures to another.  Aerial yoga follows the flow and mind/body philosophy of traditional yoga and allows the addition of supported inversions and floating asanas. No experience is necessary.

 

Aerial silks is a combination of dance and gymnastics suspended from the air using medium stretch fabrics. Moves are built on top of each other starting with foundational concepts (Beginners) to a dynamic form like drops and sequences (Intermediate-Advanced). No experience is necessary for beginners. A strong practice in dance, rock climbing, gymnastics, yoga, lyra or pole are an added bonus!

 

 

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