Time & Location
04 May, 19:15 – 20:45
Rossendale, Unit C Clarke Holme St, Burnley Rd E, Rossendale BB4 9HU, UK
About the Event
EMBODi Aerial is a practice that uses a low hanging, wide aerial fabric (silks) like a hammock.
Suspended from the ceiling it is used to ease pressure, and create space in your joints, decrease compression in your spine, increase mobility and fluidity, improve your balance and co-ordination.
It also offers muscular tension release through decompression and hydration of the vertebral discs within the spinal column.
It is an incredible tool and practice for self care, expansion and joy. Its great fun with lots of encouragement and laughter. It builds self belief and confidence and a real sense of acheivement.
This is a Fundamentals session and is 90mins
All regular sessions are 60 mins Every Tuesday and Thursday 7.15pm
Please note you can not attend Aerial Yoga if you have any of the following
- Pregnancy: Aerial yoga may not be safe for pregnant individuals due to the potential risk of falls, increased pressure on the abdomen.
- High or low blood pressure or cardiovascular conditions: Aerial yoga involves inversions, which can increase blood pressure and heart rate. Individuals with uncontrolled high blood pressure, cardiovascular conditions, or other related health issues may need to avoid aerial yoga .
- Vertigo, dizziness, or inner ear issues: Aerial yoga may involve movements that can trigger dizziness, vertigo, or discomfort in individuals with inner ear problems or vestibular conditions. Such individuals may need to avoid or modify certain poses in aerial yoga.
- Recent surgeries or injuries, including rotator cuff injuries and hip replacements: Individuals who have had recent surgeries or injuries, especially in the spine, shoulders, wrists, hips, or any weight-bearing joint, should consult with their healthcare provider or an experienced aerial yoga instructor to determine if aerial yoga is safe for them and to modify their practice accordingly.
- Chronic health conditions, including osteoporosis and arthritis: Individuals with chronic health conditions such as osteoporosis, arthritis, Glaucoma, or any other medical condition that may affect their ability to perform aerial yoga safely should seek advice from their healthcare provider before participating in aerial yoga.
- Botox or other recent facial injections: Aerial yoga often involves gripping and pressing against the fabric hammock and inversions which may put pressure on the face. Individuals who have recently had Botox or other facial injections may need to avoid aerial yoga in the first 48 hours.
- Glaucoma: Aerial yoga may involve inversions, which can increase intraocular pressure. Individuals with Glaucoma or other eye conditions that may be exacerbated by increased intraocular pressure should consult with their eye doctor or healthcare provider before participating in aerial yoga.
Aerial Yoga Fundamentals
90 Minute Introduction to Aerial yoga , Thursday 4th May 7.15pm£12.00Sold Out
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