Aerial Fitness for Teen Girls
Now that school is starting again, you can set down your books. Let go of your worries. This is your time. This class is dedicated to girls your age. We dare you not to smile or giggle as you dangle upside-down in assisted star. In this class we will move through the same progressions as our Intro to Aerial Fitness class, teaching supported poses and inversions with instruction and music geared toward teen girls. Classes are held every Wednesday at 4:00.
What is Aerial Fitness.
Aerial Fitness is done in a Hammock uses a looped fabric that swivels freely on a single point taking you to a higher level. It allows you to deepen your stretch, correct your alignment, and safely perform inversions. The hammock further serves as a prop you can hold onto for balance and as a spotting device which safely guides you into postures you might of thought are reserved for gymnasts and circus artists. However, this new form of exercise is equally beneficial for beginners and advanced students alike. You will be practicing your fitness in the air, defying gravity, moving freely, releasing fear, and floating into a deeper understanding of your wellness. You will leave an Aerial Fitness class feeling taller, leaner, and quite literally, higher.
Why should you try Aerial Fitness this year?
New year, new you! It’s that time again when everyone makes new years resolutions only to break them in about 19 days’ time. This year, make aerial fitness one of your new years resolutions that you actually stick to.
The festive season is over and its now time for you recover from overindulging. New year is a difficult time, suddenly the warmth of Christmas is over and the cold, harsh reality of winter sets in.
Here are 8 reasons you should try aerial fitness this year.
1. You Deserve Better Sleep
2. Fewer Aches and Pains
3. Reduced Stress and Anxiety
4. It’s Time to Try Something New
5. Find a Fitness Regime you Finally Enjoy
6. Become more Flexible
7. Improve your Circulation and Blood Flow
8. Re-align your Crooked Spine