88 Orchard Road
Skillman, NJ 08558
609-924-7294

Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Restoritive Swing Yoga Workshop

  • Friday, January 30, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, March 20, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, April 24, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
This will be a Iyengar sequence using the Omni yoga swing and chair as props to facilitate alignment and hold poses without strain. A combination of inversions, forward bends, back bends and longer hold times allow for deep muscular release and spinal decompression. Lengthen your spine, deepen your practice and defy gravity as you allow the swing to support your weight. No experience required – just an open and willing body and mind.Contact us for upcoming classes and workshops.

Aerial Attire – For hygienic reasons and to avoid fabric burns wear clothing that covers your underarms and knees. No zippers, snaps, or jewelry. Wedding bands are okay. Please be considerate – no perfumes, scented or oily body lotion.

What is Aerial Yoga/Yoga Swing?

Aerial Yoga classes use a device that we refer to as swing, it hangs from the ceiling and helps support the weight of the body, so that you can learn how to achieve proper postural alignment through relaxation rather than effort, enhancing a relaxed and peaceful state of mind as well. The classes are designed to build strength and flexibility while maintaining its key component: having fun! Through the use of the swing the classes/workshops include swinging, inversion, traditional and adapted Yoga poses that uniquely encourage conditioning of the mind, body and spirit.

Princeton Yoga uses the Omni Gym™ for its Aerial Yoga classes and workshops. The uniqueness of these swings is that they have special bunji-like springs which add an exhilarating zero-gravity bounce to the exercise that feels simply exquisite. Also padding, multiple handholds and a built-in height adjusting system make this type of swing more comfortable to use than the traditional swings.

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Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Restoritive Swing Yoga Workshop

  • Friday, January 30, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, March 20, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, April 24, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
This will be a Iyengar sequence using the Omni yoga swing and chair as props to facilitate alignment and hold poses without strain. A combination of inversions, forward bends, back bends and longer hold times allow for deep muscular release and spinal decompression. Lengthen your spine, deepen your practice and defy gravity as you allow the swing to support your weight. No experience required – just an open and willing body and mind.Contact us for upcoming classes and workshops.

Aerial Attire – For hygienic reasons and to avoid fabric burns wear clothing that covers your underarms and knees. No zippers, snaps, or jewelry. Wedding bands are okay. Please be considerate – no perfumes, scented or oily body lotion.

What is Aerial Yoga/Yoga Swing?

Aerial Yoga classes use a device that we refer to as swing, it hangs from the ceiling and helps support the weight of the body, so that you can learn how to achieve proper postural alignment through relaxation rather than effort, enhancing a relaxed and peaceful state of mind as well. The classes are designed to build strength and flexibility while maintaining its key component: having fun! Through the use of the swing the classes/workshops include swinging, inversion, traditional and adapted Yoga poses that uniquely encourage conditioning of the mind, body and spirit.

Princeton Yoga uses the Omni Gym™ for its Aerial Yoga classes and workshops. The uniqueness of these swings is that they have special bunji-like springs which add an exhilarating zero-gravity bounce to the exercise that feels simply exquisite. Also padding, multiple handholds and a built-in height adjusting system make this type of swing more comfortable to use than the traditional swings.

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Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Swing Yoga / Aerial Yoga

Restoritive Swing Yoga Workshop

  • Friday, January 30, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, March 20, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
  • Friday, April 24, 2015: 6:00 to 7:30 pm –Sign Up
This will be a Iyengar sequence using the Omni yoga swing and chair as props to facilitate alignment and hold poses without strain. A combination of inversions, forward bends, back bends and longer hold times allow for deep muscular release and spinal decompression. Lengthen your spine, deepen your practice and defy gravity as you allow the swing to support your weight. No experience required – just an open and willing body and mind.Contact us for upcoming classes and workshops.

Aerial Attire – For hygienic reasons and to avoid fabric burns wear clothing that covers your underarms and knees. No zippers, snaps, or jewelry. Wedding bands are okay. Please be considerate – no perfumes, scented or oily body lotion.

What is Aerial Yoga/Yoga Swing?

Aerial Yoga classes use a device that we refer to as swing, it hangs from the ceiling and helps support the weight of the body, so that you can learn how to achieve proper postural alignment through relaxation rather than effort, enhancing a relaxed and peaceful state of mind as well. The classes are designed to build strength and flexibility while maintaining its key component: having fun! Through the use of the swing the classes/workshops include swinging, inversion, traditional and adapted Yoga poses that uniquely encourage conditioning of the mind, body and spirit.

Princeton Yoga uses the Omni Gym™ for its Aerial Yoga classes and workshops. The uniqueness of these swings is that they have special bunji-like springs which add an exhilarating zero-gravity bounce to the exercise that feels simply exquisite. Also padding, multiple handholds and a built-in height adjusting system make this type of swing more comfortable to use than the traditional swings.

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