Love Trapeze Yoga
Location & times
Classes are held at St John’s Recreation Centre in the riffle range. Each session will begin with a sun-salutation warm up and end with a guided meditation.
Friday morning 9.30 – 10.30am
Trapeze Yoga Top benefits
Instant Spinal Traction:
Back pain is an epidemic, and using the yoga trapeze, clients can invert and elongate their spine with little or no prior yoga experience. As well as build posterior chain strength, strengthening and balancing the muscles along the back side of your body.
Functional fitness requires pushing, pulling and holding of weight. In traditional yoga classes, you push and hold your weight constantly, but it’s difficult to find pulling motions in classes. Pulling is a crucial movement for back, neck and upper body health. Trapeze classes functional pulling movements in a fun and dynamic way.
Apart from inversions, there are also dozens of hip openers and hamstring stretches that work amazingly well for flexibility. Using the leverage of the sling, gravity and suspension, you can practice flexibility training in a whole new way.
Deep back bends:
Back bends are some of the most challenging poses in yoga and some will skip the poses because of this. On the yoga trapeze, you can do passive back bends ( just hang out and breathe) to open the stiff and stuck areas of your shoulders and thoracic spine.