This is a fantastic article and a must read! Journalist, Zoie Clift, asked some really interesting questions that help to highlight what exactly is the difference between Unnata Aerial Yoga and some of the other “Aerial Yoga” classes out there.
Here’s an opportunity to look deeper into the physical practice of Unnata Aerial Yoga and Yoga in general.
According to Dortignac, some people think that this practice aims to replace traditional yoga. “Rather, it’s trying to enhance a traditional practice,” she clarified. “Most people are surprised to find we practice floor yoga asanas in class in addition to using the hammock prop. The air and the floor are not mutually exclusive – they are complements to teach other. Yin and Yang. To have a fully enriched yoga practice we need both.”
Thanks so much, Zoie!
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