Aerial Yoga Was Not For Me

Aerial Yoga Was Not For Me

As I laid in a floating savasana(?) pose for what felt like a lifetime, I prayed – instead of meditating like I was supposed to be doing – that I would make it out of the class without vomit dripping from the silk cocoon my body was tangled in. To be fair, I get motion sick from a two-block cab ride, but it was in this moment that I realized aerial yoga was most definitely not for me.

Pretty Little Liars star, Troian Bellisario, is queen of the silks and reason numero uno I decided to take this class in the first place – well, her and the fact that my studio just started offering them…

Aerial yoga was a good reminder that I really do not miss drinking. Think the worst spins you’ve ever had. I’m no stranger to being tossed around and flipped upside down – I used to cheer professionally – but something about trusting a silk suspended from the ceiling made me extremely weary. While the sensation is completely foreign, I have to admit that you get a way deeper stretch than a normal yoga class can offer.

Aerial Yoga Was Not For Me

Aerial Yoga Was Not For Me

While I left the class feeling sick, I was oddly energized from the experience and am curious to hear if anyone else has mustered up the courage to try an aerial yoga class, so please share! Anyone else have a snorer during their floating savasana?! x

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