Anti-Grav­ity or Aerial Yoga

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For over 2000 years, the prac­tice of yoga has brought phys­i­cal and men­tal well­ness to prac­ti­tion­ers across the world. In the past decade, there have been many vari­antions of yoga that are both ex­cit­ing and in­ter­est­ing. “The more re­cent ex­pres­sion of anti-grav­ity yoga com­bines tra­di­tional asanas with other ex­er­cise forms like Pi­lates, aerial acro­bat­ics and cal­lis­then­ics us­ing ham­mock-like gear. It is a low-im­pact ex­er­cise pro­gramme whose ben­e­fits range from mus­cle strength­en­ing to flex­i­bil­ity, im­proved cir­cu­la­tion, breathing, in­creased con­cen­tra­tion and peace of mind. In­ver­sions are poses that lift the feet over the head, thus stim­u­lat­ing the fa­cial cap­il­lar­ies and hair fol­li­cles, re­duc­ing acne, and pro­vid­ing a nat­u­ral face lift and health­ier glow,” says Ni­tal Raval, mas­ter trainer/ licensee, Anti Grav­ity aerial yoga, In­dia, and Founder, Biorhythm stu­dio, Pune.

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