Aerial yoga safety tips
Aerial yoga tips
Aerial yoga can help your mental wellbeing as there are fun elements to aerial yoga where you may find yourself reconnecting with your inner child.
Aerial yoga is a type of yoga that was created in southern India, which used the concept of a Thottil which is essentially a cloth hammock that is used for babies as it has the safe and comfortable sensation of being in the womb.
7 Aerial Yoga Safety Tips
Move slowly in between movements.
- Get into the posture under the plumb line;
- Ensure that you are listening and watching;
- Do not try to swing a different way!
- Do not work at your full capacity; (Drop back to between 60-70%)
- Drink a lot of water;
- Come out of the swing slowly, especially if upside down;
- Rest in the mountain pose or forward fold.
To learn more about Aerial Yoga, read the FAQ’s.
To find out how to book your Aerial yoga class, select ‘Seventh Sense Healing’ on the Glofox App or visit my Aerial Yoga classes page here
We offer Aeriel yoga classes and courses at Seventh Sense Healing in Exeter.
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If you would like to find out more information on Glofox, please contact Annelie Lily from Seventh Sense Healing via the links below.
Annelie is based in Exeter, Devon and is happy to meet with you to discuss how she can help you.
Annelie offers 1-2-1 private consultations in person or on zoom.
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