Om Factory School of Yoga Teaching Training Director Kevin Bigger says you'll see a cloth hammock over each mat in your first aerial yoga session, often known as "fly yoga."
The traditional discipline is enhanced by aerial yoga. Bigger claims teachers use aerial conditioning, Pilates, Barre, and dance. We like to include aerial acrobatic-inspired cirque tricks.
Jill Franklin, aerialist master trainer and creator of the worldwide training program Aerial Physique, says aerial hammock is a close relative of aerial yoga ,
According to Nashville School for the Aerial Arts manager Hong Yu, “the hammock is generally hung higher off the ground—around three to six feet.
Another innovative yoga practice is acroyoga. Acroyoga uses partner balancing instead of a hammock.
Their spouse rests on the base. To maintain air position, the flyer maintains body tension. A spotter helps keep both couples safe during acroyoga.