Yoga palette brought in anti-gravity yoga (aka suspension or aerial yoga) to Gurgaon. Christopher Harrison is the founder and creator of the internationally renowned fitness brand AntiGravity. It's a combination of exercises practised on the Harrison Hammock (a structured fabric connected to two overhead points that acts like a swing). This fitness technique is a merger between aerial dance and yoga designed to increase one's overall health and physical agility. It's unique and more challenging because you're working out against gravity. The intent is to decompress one's spine and align the body from head to toe. Some FAQs you should know: - Do you need to have a strong upper body to do yoga? "In order to fly, you must be willing to let go". That is all you need. - We see a lot of celebrities making a hype about anti-gravity yoga, what do you think is the buzz all about? "Love is in the Air and Sky is the Limit", Celebrities or anyone for that matter would look forward to something so dynamic and new. You always want to break the monotony of your workout plan. Guess the hype is justified because it's amazing working out mid-air. - One myth you would like to clear about Anti-gravity yoga? Some people get overwhelmed by the pictures, they feel 'Oh lord, can I do this?' Keeping contraindications in mind anybody and everybody can practise this form. No prior practice is required to start this yoga. - How much weight can the hammock hold? Every piece of the Harrison Hammock is rated for supporting well over 1000 pounds.
Challenge Accepted: Take A Workout Against Gravity At The Yoga Palette
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