Antigravity Fitness Teaches a Series of Gentle Gyro-Kinetic Motions

[New York, March 7, 2014] – Antigravity Fitness, New York’s most renowned fitness and entertainment brand, employs a deeper and softer approach in yoga with a stronger meditative component through its restorative yoga classes. This method focuses the mind through powerful visualizations, as it lifts the body through cycles of mild gyro-kinetic motions.
A Deeper and Stronger Meditative Component
This healing side of Christopher Harrison’s AntiGravity Yoga deeply opens the hips, spine, and connective tissues of the body. Restorative Yoga features full-body inversions, with different forms of flowing spinal traction. This is in line with the brand’s commitment to offer accessibility to students with physical limitations. This, however, is ideal for all who want a deeper spinal flexibility and mind-body connection.
Their certified and highly trained yoga instructors teach this yoga method in a sequential flow to music. They also incorporate levitating meditations, joint opening poses,zero-compression inversions, supported sun salutations, and a floating sivasana in all of their classes. Participants work from different hammock heights, allowing for the gentle opening of the spine and hips.
A Groundbreaking Restorative Technique
AntiGravity Fitness’s Restorative Yoga gently repairs and heals the physical body while simultaneously calming the mind. This class also features all the benefits of full inversions and is ideal for anyone looking to surrender to a calming state of mind and deepen their concentration.
Every training day is normally from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. Participants should have acquired fundamentals 1 and 2 classes to qualify for Restorative Yoga. The instructors conduct these classes at authorized basic centers only. They also have an advanced training institute in New York City and another located in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
About AntiGravity Fitness
Established in 1990, AntiGravity Fitness is a pioneer fitness and entertainment brand in New York that aims to inspire better health and levity through innovative performances and exercise techniques. Developed by celebrated choreographer and director Christopher Calvin Harrison, all routinesencompass a unique methodology and philosophy. The aerial yoga techniques have also been part of artistic acts, corporate events, and ad campaigns.
Prospective students can learn more about the complete list of classes by visiting http://antigravityfitness.c ...