So, what is aerial yoga? How will it improve overall strength, health and well-being? The list of Aerial Yoga benefits is similar to the list of benefits of a traditional yoga practice with a few important differences. The aerial yoga movements force every part of the body to move and stretch. So the muscles are toned and redefined, and the joints get strengthened and regenerated thanks to these movements. Yoga is one of the most far-reaching approaches to profit brain, body, and soul. This antiquated practise was produced for a few reasons, and the insight contained inside the training is legitimate [...]
About Prem AryaPrem Arya is a global yoga teacher based in Rishikesh, India. Born in a traditional Indian family, Prem has simplicity in his blood. He was first introduced to yoga in his school. After completing his graduation in arts, he got the opportunity to work in various fields. But he was not able to find satisfaction in his work. This raised a question in his mind- what is the purpose of his existence? It tempted him to find the answers about his existence. He left his home and went to the divine land of Haridwar, Patanjali Yogpeeth Ashram. In Patanjali, he studied the divine language Sanskrit as a part of Vedic education. That was the turning point in his life, from where he started his journey in the field of yoga. His yogic journey completely changed the way he used to live. It also inspired him to learn the advance and new techniques of yoga, such as aerial yoga, acro yoga, etc. With the passage of time, practising yoga, he gradually developed an interest in meditation. Due to this special interest in meditation, he not only expanded his yoga teachings to mental & physical level, but also to the spiritual level. Prem has mastered the yoga canon -from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras to Panini Ashtadyayi and Bhagvad Gita to Shlokas verses- both in Sanskrit and English and it is one of his greatest passions to transfer his knowledge to those who want to learn authentic yoga practice and its ancient roots. Every year, through his yoga foundation Anaahat Yog as well as several other schools across the country, he leads teacher training for students from all over the world. His main goal is to help people acquire a deeper level of physical and mental awareness along their journey of creating a healthy lifestyle. Over the last 10 years, he completed over 1000 hours of training himself and his field of expertise ranges from Hatha yoga to Acro and Anti-gravity yoga, Pranayama to Yoga Philosophy. However, Prem is unique in that he has spent his years learning from his Gurus all over the country and living a life dedicated to the path of Yoga. Accordingly, Prem’s teaching not only focuses on asanas and their mastery but also provides the students with a deep understanding of yoga philosophy, pranayama, yogic living and thinking. Aside from his endeavour to spread love and peace through yoga, Prem is also the founder of UJJWAL SANSTHANAM (A charitable foundation working for the education of disadvantaged kids).
Aerial Yoga For Mom, Yoga is an old practice of India and also practices all over the world to stay fit and make the body flexible. Yoga also helps us to stay away from illness and heal multiple health issues. This is the reason that various people including moms trust the power of yoga. They all understand the energy, flexibility and strength given by a regular practice to our bodies along with the stress-reducing benefits of a single class. In addition, yoga is considered as one of the best forms of work out to get in regardless of what your schedule [...]
Aerial yoga is generally recommended for people with experience in yoga. Newbies should attend basic/intermediate yoga classes before moving on to an aerial class to make the most of it. But at AnaahatYog, We have Aerial yoga for beginners too. During First Level Aerial Yoga training, We teach basic Asana of Aerial Yoga. Aerial yoga is a type of hybrid yoga created in 2014 joining conventional yoga postures, Pilates, and hit the dance floor with the utilization of a hammock. Aerial yoga is a moderately new exercise routine enlivened by high vaulting, pilates, workout, and yoga developments. While that may sound unnerving, it's extremely open, and very [...]
If you love to fly and have your own yoga swing at home, you’re probably looking for new tricks, accessories and apparatus to use to improve your technique. When it comes to aerial yoga accessories, there are loads of unique and interesting items available to choose from! What is Aerial Yoga? Aerial Yoga or Aeronautical yoga is a kind of yoga which uses a yoga swing or hammock to enable students to do pose that they may not conventionally have the option to endeavour on the yoga mat. It is regularly likewise alluded to as AntiGravity yoga. It joins traditional yoga [...]
Is it safe to say that it isn't interesting to fly in the air? Aren't we as a whole in cunningness of the trapeze craftsmen in carnivals who wander aimlessly while balanced in the air? Wouldn't it be pleasant to accomplish something to that effect? If your answer is true, aerial yoga is the thing that you ought to do. Light and reviving, it is everything great. Have a look below to find about the aerial yoga: What Is Aerial Yoga? Aerial Yoga, as its name proposes, is a gravity-challenging method enlivened by Pilates. Postures in this structure require a silk [...]
AntiGravity Yoga is a new hot fitness trend. AntiGravity Yoga is a new kind of workout invented by aerial performer Christopher Harrison's former gymnast and Broadway choreographer. It involves performing a series of exercises inspired by yoga, callisthenics, Pilates and aerial acrobatics in a hammock-like apparatus, in order to achieve a total-body workout. For decompressing the spine, AntiGravity Yoga can help to increase strength and flexibility, as well as bring you greater awareness of your body. What does Aerial Yoga mean? Aerial yoga is a sort of yoga in which yoga swing or hammock is used to enable students to perform [...]
What is Aerial Yoga: Aerial yoga is a type of yoga which uses a hammock or yoga swing to allow students to perform postures that they may not ordinarily be able to attempt on the yoga mat. It is often also referred to as AntiGravity yoga. It is inspired by pilates, dance and acrobatics. The credit of its origin goes to Christopher Harrison, a dancer with a performance background in acrobatics. The Hammock or the silk cloth support is hung from the ceiling & it’s a meter above the ground. It is beneficial for long-time sitters & those who have back [...]