Using the Trapeze, you get the benefits of both normal yoga and inversion therapy. The combination of exercises is literally endless as the Trapeze features three rubber-grip handles to accommodate any yoga position. It can also be used in a similar fashion to a TRX and for stretching and balancing exercises.
More benefits of the Trapeze are that you can decompress your spine and relieve pressure on those delicate disks between your vertebrae, increasing blood flow, oxygen to your brain and other vital organs while detoxing your lymphatic system.
Beyond the health benefits, the inversion Trapeze also assists you in deeper positions such as back bends, helping build a strong core and elongating your muscles at the same time.
Aerial Yoga uses a soft low hanging hammock that’s safely suspended from the ceiling as a prop to support your body weight through various yoga poses. You get the benefits of both normal yoga and inversion therapy.
One of the biggest benefits of hanging in the hammock is the relief on the spine, as you hang, the muscles in your spine release and relax, reducing pressure and joint compression.
You will experience increased upper body and core strength since holding onto the hammock for support engages your arms, shoulders and abs. Aerial Yoga helps improve joint mobility by opening up tight areas, enabling you to stretch deeper so improving your flexibility.
Aerial Yoga can be used by both beginner and advanced yogis alike. it’s also loads of fun hanging out!!
Monday Aerial Yoga 9.30-10.30am at The Retreat New Forest (starting September 20th)
Tuesday Trapeze Yoga 10.45-11.45am at The Studio 50 Ringwood. Book your space here.
Tuesday Trapeze Yoga 5.15-6.15pm at The Yoga Studio Poole. Book your space here.
Wednesday Aerial Yoga 10.45-11.45am at The Retreat New Forest (starting 15th September)
Thursday Trapeze Yoga 11-12.30pm at Suncliff Hotel Bournemouth Book your space here.
Thursday Aerial Yoga 7-8pm at The Retreat New Forest (Starting 16th September)