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Saturday, June 8 • 10:00am - 11:30am
[*CANCELLED*] Flip Your Hourglass: an Exploration of Inversions

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In this immersive AIReal Yoga class, Carmen will lead you on a gravity-defying adventure as you explore the art of inversion. You will progress through a series of inverted postures using the hammock as a prop for balance and as a spotting device to safely guide you deeper, accessing postures you might have thought were inaccessible. Its time to Flip Your Hourglass! Practice your yoga in the air, defy gravity, move freely, release fear, and float into a deeper understanding of your wellness.

Fly, Flip & Float!

Inversions are known to provide a range of benefits that improve the physical, emotional, and cognitive states of being:

-Develop focus
-Build strength
-Improve balance
-Traction the spine
-Get heart-healthy
-Reverse the blood flow in the body and improve circulation
-Provide the brain with more oxygen and blood
-Improve mental function, concentration, processing, and memory
-Detoxify and increase immunity
-Enhance the performance of your lymphatic system
-Regulate energy
-Build confidence
-Build and expand perspective

HAVE FUN & FEEL LIKE A KID AGAIN!


AIReal Yoga™ is a leading brand of aerial yoga using a hammock as a the ultimate yoga prop, making yoga accessible to everybody and every-body. Recognized by the Yoga Alliance and created by former Cirque performer and yogi Carmen Curtis. Follow our journey @airealyoga
Class time devoted to lecture: 5-10 minutes
Branded Style: AIReal Yoga™

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AIReal Yoga™

AIReal Yoga™ uses a looped fabric (hammock), that swivels freely on a single point taking you to higher level. Founded and created by professional cirque performer and acclaimed yogi Carmen Curtis. The hammock allows you to deepen your stretch, correct your alignment, refine postures... Read More →


Saturday June 8, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am
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