AntiGravity began in 1991, in NYC as a confederacy of gymnastic athletes, who yearned to continue their love of the flip after their competitive years.  Assembled by world-class gymnastics specialist and Broadway dancer Christopher Harrison, his style merged athletic power with the creativity of dance.

AntiGravity® FUNdamentals

Here you will discover the power, excitement and pure joy of moving freely in all directions of open space. You will learn all about “Decompression Session” (which includes zero-compression inversions). You will also learn the  ins and outs of the Harrison AntiGravity Hammock, the principles of the technique and the philosophy of AntiGravity in  this fun-filled action- packed course. Open your mind to this new beginning, suspend your  disbelief and enjoy the flight.

AntiGravity® Aerial Yoga 1

Explore the evolution of yoga into 3-dimensional space. Every asana, vinyasa sequence, grip/wrap/trap on the Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock is named and taught with clear progressions. This course expands on your aerial yoga with many more new movement sequences, new  wraps for inversions. You will learn sequences from the AG SunSalutation Series, Flying Dog Series, Swinging Abs and more.

AntiGravity® Aerial Yoga 2

Embolden your AntiGravity Aerial Yoga knowledge base and discover your own potentials with over 50 challenging new asanas, flying asanas and vinyasa variations on the Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock. Discover ananda (blissful joy) in levitating meditations and increase your own awareness of this ground-breaking new genre of yoga.

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Sivananda Hatha Yoga is classical yoga. It teaches us how to strengthen and harmonize the body, the mind and the soul, so that we can achieve our goal of a healthy body, a balanced mind and inner peace.

This is a traditional, medium-paced class that helps encourage proper breathing, flexibility, strength and vitality in the body while calming the mind. Unlike Ashtanga vinyasa yoga’s more athletic program involving Bandhas, Sivananda Hatha revolves around frequent relaxation, emphasizes full yogic breathing, sun salutations before practicing the set of 12 asanas. After warming up with sun salutations, the focus is on mastery of the twelve basic poses in the fixed order below:

  1. Headstand
  2. Shoulderstand
  3. Plow
  4. Fish
  5. Seated Forward Bend
  6. Cobra
  7. Locust
  8. Bow
  9. Seated Spinal Twist
  10. Crow or Peacock
  11. Standing Forward Bend
  12. Triangle

Sivananda Yoga can be summarized in 5 principles:

  • Proper exercise
  • Proper breathing
  • Proper relaxation
  • Proper diet
  • Positive thinking and meditation


p1180683Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a modern style of exercises and stretching practiced in combination with yoga breathing and ancient yoga philosophy. It should not be confused with the historical Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali. The Sanskrit word “Vinyāsa” refers to a transition between two different positions, to describe the process of transition between each yoga posture. So Vinyasa yoga can be understood as a flow of yoga poses (sequences).

The beauty of the vinyasa classes is that it is up to us to create the sequences to serve certain purpose of our practice. It can be challenging, relaxed, fast or slow pace. The following sequences are some examples of Vinyasa classes. You can refer to the Library here to view the whole sequences of poses.

  • Balance Flow
  • Restorative flow
  • Arm strength flow
  • Chest opening flow
  • Hip opening flow
  • Inversion flow
  • Core strengthening flow
  • Healthy spine flow