The Fly Yoga method was created in 2009 by Florie Ravinet, and validated by a multidisciplinary team including physiotherapist, osteopath, psychologist, midwife … Fly Yoga is part of a process of connection to oneself by movement and with a hammock as support.
Fly yoga (c): its assets
This kind of aerial yoga allows a work on several plans :
- Biomechanics : he alleviates joint constraints and can be beneficial for relieve back pain by decompressing the spine.
- Muscular : being in permanent instability leads to deep muscle work as well as those of the surface layer, which allows an overall work of muscle building.
- Emotional : Fly Yoga being performed on a suspended canvas, the participant is outside his comfort zone. So, he learn to trust each other, to go beyond your limits and dilute your fears.
- In the end, The Fly Yoga (c) method allows, in our ever-changing society, to learn to let go in a cocoon bubble with a playful side to the taste of childhood.
The benefits of the method appear from the first course, but it takes about three courses carried out over a period of about fifteen days to allow the body and the mind to adapt.
The Fly Yoga method: who can practice it?
No prerequisite is necessary to practice this method validated by health professionals. He is accessible to everyone ! But he is especially recommended for people with low back pain or joint problems.
Only the head-down position can be a problem for people with high blood pressure or heart problems, but there are other alternative postures.
It lasts an hour and allows, at the same time, to stretch, of strengthen his muscles, of test your balance and of to relax.
the Fly Yoga class begins on the ground with a phase of concentration, then we continue with a warming up which allows” come into contact with the hammock. A series of positions follow with a progression in difficulty. Those positions are taken from yoga, Pilates, energy techniques, circus. They allow you to take off before coming down again in contact with the ground and to do room for relaxation opening up a space for meditation.
To date, 600 teachers have been trained in the Fly Yoga method, the only style of aerial yoga validated by a team of health professionals. To find the course closest to you, in France, Belgium and Switzerland, go to https://fly-yoga.fr