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        Do’s And Don’ts Of Aerial Yoga At Home

Aerial yoga is quickly becoming one of the required forms of practice, and many courses seem to be emerging everywhere.

Do’s And Don’ts Of Aerial Yoga At Home

However, for many of us, whether for transportation reasons, work commitments, financial status or any other responsibilities, we cannot attend regular courses.

Purchasing and setting

Before you start practicing, you need to invest in a high-quality yoga trapeze. It is important not to go all out and choose the first one that appears in Google search.

Here are some tips for getting started...

Don't go alone at the beginning

If you have never participated in aerial yoga before, you should take at least a few classes or even have a personal trainer come to your home before buying a yoga trapeze and trying aerial yoga at home.

It's very simple. Without any instructions, you are at risk of injury. While we actively encourage the use of yoga trapeze, we also encourage safety.

At the beginning, try to take a few lessons to master the basics of art, and then, when you are ready, you can start looking for a yoga pendulum for your home.

Do find a spotter or workout buddy

A whistleblower is someone who can help you pose during practice, especially if you have physical limitations. If you lose your balance, especially when trying advanced postures, someone will catch you.

Exercising with friends is not only enjoyable, but it can also help you keep your pace normal, and it can also increase safety.

Use your space wisely

It's no surprise that the new aerial yoga swing will take up a lot of space. It is recommended that you have a horizontal space of at least three meters high and two meters high in the position of the yoga trapeze.

Having enough height allows you to fall easily and safely, and the surrounding space can ensure that you will not drop any objects that may cause injury when you fall.

In addition, you may need to use a yoga mat as a cushion below, or you can consider using a suitable anti-collision mat, which is a large piece of equipment, especially for home aerial yoga.

Using yoga trapeze

After successfully installing the yoga silk, you can start the fun of swinging or trapeze. Now it’s time to try your home yoga exercise. However, there are some important points to keep in mind when mastering the techniques of acrobatic yoga.

Don't become a master too quickly

Stepping into a yoga swing for the first time can be exciting, and going straight into more complex poses can be convincing.

For people who have done a lot of yoga exercises on the mat, this is especially true. You may be very advanced on the ground, but doing these asanas in a trapeze is a completely different ball sport.