HIGH ABOVE is proud to be the first fitness studio to bring aerial yoga classes to the Waikato.
We provide the original and best form of aerial yoga from AntiGravity Fitness. This involves using a waist height hammock to perform a series of exercises and is famous for its decompression sequence. We guarantee yoga is more fun with your feet off the ground!
Aerial Yoga Level One (Casual Class)This is the perfect option for someone either looking to begin aerial yoga class or wanting a gentle practice. During this introductory aerial yoga class, you’ll learn the correct grip and wraps as well as the fundamental techniques of AntiGravity. You will become comfortable with inversions and will experience the zero-compression inversion, which aerial yoga is known for.
What to wear: Top with sleeves. No zips on clothing. Socks.
Aerial Yoga Level Two (Casual Class)This class will get you moving freely in all directions of open space for a full body workout. Building on the knowledge of movements learnt from the intro class, you’ll progress your aerial yoga practice to a new level. All classes will include zero compression inversions, suspended stretching, strengthening exercises and most importantly FUN!
Level: Open to anyone who completed a minimum of 4 intro classes
What to wear: Top with sleeves. No zips on clothing. Socks
Aerial Yoga Restorative (Casual Class)Aerial Yoga Restorative is the gentle, healing side to AntiGravity Yoga. This technique features the full body inversions which Antigravity is famous for, alongside various forms of slow flowing transitions. It offers accessibility to clients with physical limitations, but is loved by all for its deeper flexibility, and mind/body connection.
Prerequisite: None suitable for all levels
Floating MeditationA unique guided meditation while suspended in the aerial hammock.
Level: Suitable so beginners, no aerial yoga experience required
What to wear: Warm comfortable clothing, no zips or jewellery. Socks must also be worn.
Sunday 18th August 2pm with Kylie Jane
Sunday 1st September 2pm
Sunday 1st September 3:20pm