You may have heard of people saying age doesn't matter. Well, at least when it comes to aerial arts it really does not. Aerial yoga or aerial arts class has many benefits for people of all ages and not to mention it is also a lot of fun. You may be a retired professional or high-school student; aerial arts is for people of all ages.
Aerial Yoga is getting more and more popular each day. You see photos and videos of people gracefully hanging upside down and might have thought of trying it yourself. Then why didn't you? Perhaps you have hesitations or even fear. In this blog, Jeranie, our Social Media and Research Assistant shared her very own thoughts and experience in her first-ever aerial yoga class.
Looking for a new exercise routine this year? Why not try Bungee Fitness? This is a challenging workout that focuses on your movement and cardio ability. It may sound intimidating but this might just be the perfect physical activity for you.
We are proud to feature Life Aerial Yoga Loft by Michele Brandt as our Studio Of The Month. In this interview, Michele shares with us how she took her almost 20 years of yoga experience and teaching background to create a successful boutique aerial yoga studio.
Another popular apparatus in aerial arts is the aerial hoop, also known as the Lyra and cerceaux. Aerial hoop is a wonderful apparatus for all skill levels of the aerial arts, from the beginner to the seasoned professional. On it, you can work your power moves, perfect your scorpion, or just sit on the bar and pose like a bird.
Looking for an article that will has all the information you need for aerial silks? Look no further! Whether you are just getting started in the aerial arts or if you’re an old pro, we hope to offer some helpful information to enhance your career as an aerial silk artist.
If you don’t already know, people are celebrating curves in aerial arts on Instagram, on blogs, and elsewhere across the interwebs, not to mention at studio communities, schools, and performance venues around the world. There are countless plus size aerial artists who share the love of movement off the ground.
Aerial fitness is a new modality of exercise that incorporates equipment like hoops, fabric, or trapeze to suspend users off the ground - allowing for 360 degree movement. Aerial workouts include movements from circus, traditional yoga, dance, and even Pilates while using specialized equipment.
Want to be the best gift-giver this holiday season? Check out this ultimate aerial gift guide we made especially for you and prepare to wow your loved ones. From the cozy sweatshirts to bedazzling jewelry, we got you covered for the aerial yoga lover or aerialist in your life.
Aerial Yoga also known as flying yoga became popular not only because of how good it looks in photos but because this fitness trend actually offers lots of benefits for everyone (of every body type and level). This November, we feature Sharon Klinger and her story of healing and success. Schuylkill Aerial and Wellness is a pioneer studio that offers Aerial Yoga and Bungee Fitness in Schuylkill County.
Wanted to learn aerial yoga, aerial silks, trapeze, and hoop so bad but does not have the right ceiling for it? Don't be intimidated - get a portable aerial rig! In this article, you will learn all you need to know about aerial rigs and how to hang aerial silks or a yoga hammock anywhere with an aerial rig a-frame.