Can anyone do AntiGravity® Yoga?
Anyone who can do at least 3 consecutive sit ups can do AntiGravity Yoga.
How hard is it?
You monitor your own resistance so each class is as hard as or as easy as you choose to work.
What are the contraindications (aka precautions) for Antigravity yoga?
Pregnancy, glaucoma, recent surgery (esp. shoulder, eyes, back, hips, hands or wrist), heart disease, very high or low blood pressure, easy onset vertigo, osteoporosis / bone weakness, recent head injury, cerebral sclerosis, propensity for fainting, carpal tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, sinusitis or head cold, hiatal hernia, disc herniation or acute discogenic disease, recent stroke, artificial hips, radiculitis (inflammation of nerve root in spine), severe muscle spasms, botox injections (within 6 hours).
Will I be successful in my first class?
Yes! Everyone leaves the class a success! Everyone works at their own pace.
What should I wear?
Wear workout wear that covers armpits (sleeve) and legs. Cotton or cotton blend fabric is best (non-slippery). Remember, you will be upside down. PLEASE NO JEWELRY
What should I bring?
Water and an open mind. You may also bring a yoga mat for restorative classes; however, one is always provided for you.
Can I do it if I have never done yoga before?
Yes! No prior knowledge is required.
Do I need to be physically fit?
Not necessarily. AGY is easier than regular yoga because the AntiGravity Hammock supports you in your poses. While, AGY is easiest for someone who maintains a consistent fitness regime and has a strong core, you will build your fitness by participating in AGY!
Should I come on an empty stomach?
We recommend having something in the stomach to stave off dizziness, however, we do not recommend a big meal.
Will I get dizzy?
If one has a strong propensity for dizziness or a “hips over head” spatial awareness style dyslexia this is not the technique for them.
How will I feel after?
You will feel taller and lighter. Your muscles will have a pump and you will be refreshed!
Are you sure the harrison antigravity Hammock will hold me?
Every portion of the AntiGravity® Hammock is rated for over 1000 pounds. The points in the ceiling in an AntiGravity studio have been placed by a professional contractor and certified by an engineer.
Can AntiGravity® Yoga make me taller?
Yes! Our promise to you is that after class you will be stretched to your maximum height, varying between ¼” to 1 ½” taller, unfortunately, the effects are not cumulative.