Activate the neural path ways, trigger new perceptions, to re-calibrate from deep within to activate your highest DNA potential while strengthening all muscle groups, increasing your self-esteem and well being like never before.
Which results can you get from AeroYoga?
- Normalize joint function
- Improve body awareness & control
- Injury prevention/mitigation
- Increased neurological function
- Supplement your fitness routine
- Enhance sports performance
- Reduce the risk of fractures and is ideal for the prevention of osteoporosis.
What are the benefits of AeroYoga?
The benefits are palpable and through experience with the students and thanks to clinical studies by doctors of sports medicine
Whether you are in recovery, a yogi or Pilates instructor, a runner, martial artist, golfer, motorcycle racer, or dancer, this valuable complementary practice will refine your core, enhance performance, give faster reflex and recovery time while promoting total well being.
WHAT IS AEROYOGA®?
AeroYoga® is an artistic method of personal growth that uses suspension and weightlessness as a platform to promote creativity, unblocking, toning, muscle definition, detoxification and rejuvenation.
Some of the techniques that influence the AeroYoga® method originated centuries ago in India.
One of the major influences, again being the first aerial method to include this ancient discipline in its training protocol, is Mallakham Rope, an ancient holistic fitness system originating in Mumbay where ropes and other elements are used to develop strength, dexterity and balance in suspension.
More recently, in the 20th century, Master Iyengar developed a type of yoga using harnesses, ropes etc. and thus practising suspended yoga.
AeroYoga® is thus the first method of Holistic Fitness and Aerial and Weightless Yoga introduced in Spain, Europe and Latin America by Rafael Martinez since the last decade, which is inspired among other influences by Natha Yoga (ancient yoga) and Ayurveda (the most ancient medicine still applied and studied in India) as well as more modern techniques such as Pilates, the Alexander method, Conceptual Fitness, dance and plastic arts.