Monthly workshops at Lime House Yoga
Also known as anti-gravity yoga or flying yoga, is a unique form of yoga that combines traditional yoga poses with the use of a yoga hammock suspended from the ceiling. This practice allows you to explore a wide range of movements and poses in the air, offering a different perspective and adding an element of playfulness and creativity to your yoga practice.
Using a combination of traditional yoga poses, pilates and dance with the use of an aerial hammock. It defies gravity and allows you to perform various yoga poses that may be difficult on the ground, but easier in mid-air.
It’s fun, acrobatic and its many physical benefits include increasing flexibility, soothing back problems, building strength, improving balance, aiding digestion and can even improve memory!
It can also help improve many aspects of everyday life, including increasing confidence & overcoming fears.
Sometimes our inner child gets lost in the demands of adulthood. This style of yoga brings the inner child alive as it lifts yoga off the mat and into the air. It’s definitely not about how it looks, but all about how it feels and can bring out a light, playful energy. Guaranteed to leave you with beaming smiles and a spring in your step!
What better place to try this magical yoga practice than at Limehouse Yoga studio.
“Aerial Yoga is, for me, a way to tune in and feel present. When I allow myself to completely trust and let go, the flow of postures and sequenced movement can be extremely therapeutic and meditative.” Nay Webb
Please read our terms & conditions before booking.
Our monthly Aerial Yoga class with Nayomi Webb.
A combination of traditional yoga poses, pilates and dance with the use of an aerial hammock, aerial yoga defies gravity and allows you to perform various yoga poses that may be difficult on the ground, but easier in mid-air.
Guaranteed to leave you with beaming smiles and a spring in your step!
This style of yoga is not suitable for anyone suffering from any of the following:
Glaucomaheart diseasepropensity to vertigovery high or low blood pressurerecent concussionhead injuryherniated discsosteoporosissinusitisrecent experience of a strokeepilepsy
If in doubt please consult your doctor before joining an aerial yoga workshop.
If you have any questions please contact us on 07774311227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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We have studio mats for you to use, however we advise you to eventually buy your own mat. We sell a small select range of yoga mats that we recommend/use ourselves. Cheap yoga mats are ok to start with but you will feel the difference in a high quality yoga mat as it will make your practice far more enjoyable. Cheap thin mats don’t offer the support and comfort that a higher quality mat provides.
Wear comfortable clothing with layers that are easily removed or added to allow for changes in body temperature during class. Be ready to practice in bare feet. This is the traditional (and safest) way to practice. One thing that we would recommend is to wear a top that you can keep on until you warm up and that you can put on at the end of a class, especially for Shavasana (relaxation).
Yes. If you book you are guaranteed your place in the class. To register for a class you have to select the class you’re interested and then choose either Join Us in Studio or if it’s available, then Book Online.
All the weekly classes are available on the classes page. If you have problems booking then call us on 07774 311227 and we’ll book you into the class of your choice if there is space.
After a life of dance, yoga and movement-based subjects, Nayomi Webb naturally transitioned aerial yoga, having been introduced to it 8 years ago when living and working in the Caribbean.
Nayomi wanted to explore how the traditional yoga postures could be performed in the air and went on to learn her own aerial yoga techniques and style which she now teaches to others.
“Aerial Yoga is, for me, a way to tune in and feel present. When I allow myself to completely trust and let go, the flow of postures and sequenced movement can be extremely therapeutic and meditative.”
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