We have more Aerial Yoga Weekend Workshops and Classes in July

We continue to offer regular 2hr introductory workshops on Sundays 1-3pm.. These provide the opportunity for people to get used to using the hammock & get a taste of what Aerial Yoga can offer.

The next available Workshop are -

Sunday 6th July 13.00-15.00pm
Sunday 20th July 13.00-15.00pm

The workshops are offered as an introduction to the basics of Aerial Yoga and are a prerequisite for attending classes later.

We the have a 4-week Aerial Yoga course on Thursday evenings and a 3-week course on Sunday evenings starting in July 2014. These consist of weekly 75 minutes classes and are open to anyone who has previously attended one of our Beginners Workshops.
Classes are available Thursdays 8.00-9.15pm and Sundays 6.00-7.15pm.. There's 8 hammocks available for each class and the price for four week course of classes is £45. The three week course of classes will be £33
The first of the weekly classes starts Thursday 3rd July at 8pm. The Sunday classes start on 6th july, the first at 6pm.

2hr Workshop are £25
4 week course classes £45 & 3 week course of classes £33

Places will be limited to 8 people per workshop/class. We advise booking a hammock ASAP for the introductory workshops as they tend to fill up fast.

To book your place use our contact form at http://accessmovement.devhub.com/contact


Aerial Yoga is a unique, exciting, fun approach which uses a low-hanging fabric trapeze/hammock to support the weight of the body. With the weight of the body supported, students learn how to achieve optimal postural alignment through physical relaxation rather than effort, thereby enhancing a relaxed and peaceful state of mind as well.

It's great for enhancing many forms of physical activities, especially traditional Yoga practice.

Some of the ways it does this are:

  Challenging traditional Yoga postures such as inversions and deep backbends can be achieved without effort and without strain
2   Deep muscle releases achieved in the air allow students to explore much deeper stretches than in their traditional Yoga postures on the floor.
3   Common injuries caused by overstretching the shoulders and compression in the lower back are also addressed through exercises that strengthen shoulders without compromising flexibility, and by strengthening core abdominal muscles without compressing of the spine.
4   The benefits of Aerial Yoga include: decompression of joints, relieving pressure while aligning the vertebrae of the spine without strain and increased overall agility, strength and flexibility.

Please note:Aerial Yoga is not suitable if you are pregnant or suffer from any of the following:

  • High blood pressure
  • Glaucoma
  • Recent back surgery
  • Heart conditions

Places are limited so it will be essential to book in advance.