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AntiGravity Fitness Offers Restorative Yoga Classes

AntiGravity Fitness, the pioneers of aerial yoga, offers restorative yoga class for people of all fitness levels. This technique opens up the mind and body, including the spine, hips, and connective tissues, using gentle gyro-kinetic motions.

[NEW YORK, 6/27/2014] – AntiGravity Fitness, the American pioneers of contemporary acrobatics and aerial arts, offers restorative yoga classes—a type of yoga that floats the body through a series of gentle gyro-kinetic motions. This gentle and healing side of AntiGravity yoga opens the entire spine, hips, and connective tissues of the body, helping participants to become more efficient with their movement and more confident about their physicality.

Full Body Inversions

AntiGravity’s restorative yoga classes features full body inversions with many forms of flowing spinal traction. This powerful technique focuses the mind through powerful visualizations using a series of gentle gyro-kinetic motions.Students get to train for eight hours for two days, as the technique opens up space in their minds and bodies.

The restorative yoga classes, unlike the typical yoga, use hammocks to achieve different positions. This allows participants to stretch and strengthen their bodies, without compressing their spines or over  stressing their joints. AntiGravity incorporates a range of methods and forms, including levitating meditations, zero-compression inversions, joint opening poses, supported sun salutations, and floating siyasana.

Accessible to All Fitness Levels

AntiGravity’s certified instructors can easily modify the restorative yoga techniques to accommodate all fitness levels. The restorative yoga classes are not just for the physically gifted, but for those who only wish to experience a technique that gives them time to tune in at a deeper level.

This unique aerial yoga has inspired those with lower fitness levels, because of the health benefits it offers. It pushes the joints to maintain mobility, and works the muscles to maintain proper alignment.

About AntiGravity Fitness

AntiGravity Fitness was established in 1991 by a confederacy of gymnastic athletes and developed by veteran Christopher Harrison.The team has been prolific at influencing pop culture with their form. They have made discoveries about the mind and body, and used the information to create their widely practiced methodologies. The team is a frontrunner in the yoga industry, as some of their clients include famous celebrities, like Gwyneth Paltrow and Pink. The Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), the American Council on Exercise (ACE), Central YMCA Qualifications (CYQ), and Yoga Alliance have also approved and certified the company.

For more information on their classes and schedules, visit www.antigravityfitness.com.