The first time I have heard about Anti-Gravity Yoga is through my friend, Ria of FatGirlNoMore.com. Aside from the obvious that it was not exactly a very conventional type of yoga, it did look rather complex. But it sure looked it was a lot of fun, I should say. Being up in the air, doing your thing, being in control and getting fit at the same time, I’m all for it.
The closest I’ve done yoga was via the Wii Fit Yoga. Yes, the lame kind. Apparently, AntiGravity Yoga is now being talked about in over 40 countries worldwide. What AntiGravity Yoga does is allow for the body is to realign, build strength, increase flexibility, and relieve compressed joints. All of which I sure can make use of. I am so loving the hammock. I’ve always wanted to have one at home. Not for exercise though. But to slumber to dreamland, which I think will defeat my purpose towards fitness. Teehee! That will take me to change mindsets for me to be able to do those inversions those ladies showed us during the last time I went to swing by and check out the yoga place. It sure did look like it was a lot of fun.