Fitness through gravity.


Increase full-body flexibility and strength with Fly Yoga.

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Fly yoga is just like yoga but utilizes a hammock or yoga swing (suspended from the ceiling) to allow you to perform a diverse range of poses you can’t normally do on a traditional yoga mat. It is a mixture between yoga and pilates, aerial arts, and acrobatics.

Fly yoga helps rotate and increase healthy blood circulation, Fly yoga can help fight heart disease and additionally, lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Another health benefit that Fly yoga provides is spine decompression.

Hanging upside down allows the body and spine to restore to its original and natural position alignment. Hanging freely allows your spine to lengthen and the reduced strain on your back while doing these exercises eases tension in the hip joint as well.


Detoxifying your body

Fly yoga helps detoxify the circulatory and lymphatic systems, reducing the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. It will also put your body back into a healthy state whenever you are feeling heavy and bloated.


Improving balance

Exercising against gravity improves your balance and stability during daily activities.


Rejuvenating the body

Improving the functioning of the circulatory, respiratory, and digestive systems helps combat aging and its symptoms


Reducing stress

The meditative state promoted by yoga helps you to combat stress throughout the day, thus allowing you to rebuild your emotional system and increase your creativity. Practicing Fly yoga regularly enhances your mood and simply allows you to enjoy life more. Anxiety, depression, and mood swings will be a thing of the past once you start exercising upside down at your Fly yoga class.


Strengthens and tones core muscles

Fly yoga is recommended to anyone, including people who practice other sports, because the core workout represents excellent cross-training. It’s the core muscles that you use a lot when balancing yourself during Fly yoga sessions and you become stronger overall.

This allows you to improve your skills with other sports, too. For instance, runners who practice Fly yoga have noticed increased stamina and the ability to recover faster.


Increase flexibility

The practice of Fly yoga lengthens your ligaments and relaxes your muscles, as being suspended in the air releases tension in your body and allows you to perform new moves at a range you did not know you were capable of. Spinal and shoulder flexibility are increased the most, and you become able to move more freely and with less effort.


Full body workout

When performing Fly yoga, you are forced to use every muscle which allows movements for everything including ligaments and joints. With most sports and physical disciplines, there is always the problem of switching between upper and lower body workouts, but with Fly yoga, you utilize them both at the same time. You will be able to tone and work muscles in your upper and lower body as well, and your entire body will move and stretch.

Life is a series of movements, let’s see how far we can go.