AntiGravity® Class Information
Whether you’d like to relax from a long day, get a good workout in or release tight hips we have the class for you.
If you are new to AntiGravity® or just polishing your skills, this is the class for you!
All beginners should complete 2 beginner lessons to get used to the hammock before booking another class. A 2-class pass for just $40 is recommended to get started (all pricing here).
Experience core strengthening and release work at it’s best and most fun with our open classes. Inversions, seated and standing movements come together to give an excellent all round toning and strengthening class.
AY offers a different experience off the mat and into the air, using the Harrison Hammock to support another level of depth and understanding in the body. The practice helps to strengthen for a regular yoga practice. It is a fun, dynamic and holistic practice done to sound spa therapy music.
Explore new territory with your Pilates workout! AntiGravity® Pilates is the newest suspension training program from AntiGravity® Fitness. These classes take core-strengthening and targeted muscle conditioning to new heights, allowing you to get much more from your traditional Pilates exercises with the Harrison AntiGravity®Hammock.
This class is for budding high flyers aged 10 – 14 years. Come explore the air with a technique that was originally designed for New York Performance troop. In this hour will play and honour the aerial arts with flips, trick and inversions. We will also strengthen our core, stretch out the limbs, challenge our limits and flip out attitude 🙂
AntiGravity® Restorative Yoga is the gentle, slow stretching and rehabilitative version of AntiGravity Aerial Yoga. This approach is perfect for those with a lower fitness level, or those who just like an approach that gives you time to tune in at a deep level. Taught in a sequential flow to music, the class incorporates levitating meditations, zero-compression inversions, supported sun salutations, joint opening poses, and a floating sivasana. Working from different hammock heights allows for the gentle opening of hips and spine.