Flyhighyoga

bali flyhigh yoga

Flyhighyoga is popular and relatively new style of yoga. It appear in Ubud, Bali in 2012. Hanging Belt, simple and unique tool for unique, precise and alignment-based style of modern yoga practice. The hanging belt was inspried by yoga Kurunta from Iyengar yoga tradition. Thus, Flyhighyoga keeps all the traditional yoga knowledge, transformed in attractive, intense and fun approach to yoga.

Flyhighyoga method is a unique mixture gives users unlimited possibilities of use. Because of it’s creativity, playfulness and attractive new approach it brings yoga practice closer also to users who have never been interested in (traditional) yoga before.  And to long-term yogis, it helps them to deepen their practice, no matter strengthening, stretching, joint mobility or spiritual aspects of yoga. Flyhighyoga can become a bridge to good physical, mental and spiritual health for almost all groups of society.

Flyhighyoga postures explore the variation of Hatha practice. Thus makes the asana class become more friendly and easy to understand. The biggest challenge for most of beginners are their fer to be hanged upside down onto the hanging belt. The props of hanging belt is unique and strong. The hanging belt is made of wide parachute fabric lines, two wooden blocks and padding on the bottom for softer support. The belt can support up to 200 kg of weight. With the precise method, it can be one of the best way to support a deeper stretch.

Feel a sense of calm as you gently sway a few feet above the ground doing graceful yoga poses. Work your core like never before, strengthen arms and tone legs. Aside from a brilliant way to de-stress, flyhighyoga practice relieves pressure on the spine and neck, lengthening your whole body.

 

Further info, please contact Via (+628176881511) or Devi (+6281339321646) or email to umahshaktisanur@gmail.com | FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/yogaumahshaktibali

 

 

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