Aerial Yoga Teacher Training In India
We have garnered experience in teaching different styles of yoga to the level of beginners as well as advanced practitioners. Your dream of becoming a Yoga Instructor can come true. Join our Aerial Yoga Teacher Training courses designed comprehensively for the participants. Our programs are organized at beautiful location – Rishikesh and Dharamsala. This locations has their own charisma which attracts visitors and yogis from around the globe.
Aerial Yoga is a unique hybrid practice that combines traditional yoga poses with strengthening components, dance, gymnastics and the fun of Aerial Arts. In Aerial Yoga, the body is supported in mid-air and with the help of gravity, yoga poses are explored in a new exciting way that strengthens the whole body, increases control, and grace, proper alignment, decompression of the joints and relaxation of deep muscles and fascia. Fear and tension are released while building self-confidence, experiencing a full range of breathing and having a lot of fun.
Starting with basic warm-ups, stretching and body refreshing, we move into doing poses and sequences lifted completely in the air, only to work ourselves again towards the floor and get grounded to end the practice in a delicious Savasana.
Aerial Yoga is a leading proprietorial method within the modern yoga trend, so it is now being followed in India. It provides an experience, with the help of gravity, that allows you to stretch and strengthen without overstressing your joints or compressing your vertebrae, where one can learn to invert, and hang suspended in the air. The feeling in the body is like flying or floating, creating space in your body you didn’t know you had!
AERIAL YOGA HAMMOCK
This special type of hammock can support up to 300 kilos of weight! They consist of carabiners, 2 support chains, 1 webbing strap and silk material. The hammock can hang from a supported ceiling inside or from trees outside. The 2 support chains hang down to lower the hammock to around 1 metre from the ground (depending on the user’s height or preference).
The hammock supports your hips, particularly for forward bends and backbends. It acts like a swing and is, therefore, your base for many Asana variations as well as warm-ups moves. Mat asanas that you may find hard, usually, will be easier to do in the air. For example, a hammock can be looped around one foot as you stand on the other for versions of standing big toe pose and king dancer. These applications are like an Iyengar-style rope wall. And, for Savasana, the hammock wraps around your entire body like a cocoon.