AntiGravity Yoga

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AntiGravity Yoga has become so popular worldwide. I’ve been watching it online every now and then, wishing it will also be offered here in our country. Alas! the long wait has ended, we Filipinos can now experience the real AntiGravity class as it has come to Manila.

With the support of a Yoga Hammock, a suspended silk fabric above the ground, one can enjoy stretching and working core muscles. The method is a combination of performing series of yoga poses, coupled with acrobatics, calisthenics, and Pilates (a body conditioning routine). 

AntiGravity Yoga was invented by aerial performer Christopher Harrison in 2007 in New York. He developed it as an acrobatic performance company with the mission of merging athletics and artistry.  It was initially created for athletes and gymnasts and later on became a hit workout across the globe.

AntiGravity Yoga exercises help improve a person’s agility and overall health. One can lose weight while defying the laws of nature. An alternative to the standard exercising procedures.  

Beyond Yoga offers the ever first AntiGravity Yoga in the Philippines located at Tomas Morato corner Scout Madrinian St., Quezon City. For more details you may visit their website at

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15 thoughts on “AntiGravity Yoga

  1. Thank you very much for your great blog on AGY! Can’t wait to have you join us for classes. 🙂

    – Beyond Yoga team 🙂

  2. Christopher Harrison’s AntiGravity Yoga is another and different method of exercise for one’s general health by going against the magnetic force of the earth. It sounds new, and weird. It is already getting fire in the Philippines. For those who would like to try this, hope they may improve their alertness and agility.

  3. Yoga is really one the things I want to do. I don’t know how to do it and I think I could not concentrate the way you describe it here.

  4. I think I can’t do it as well:) It needs a massive training in stretching in which I am not good at . 🙁

  5. I prefer Tai Chi than Yoga. Well, I still prefer Judo. But yeah, mastering the body is really something people should look into. Not only to obtain health but also to experience a sense of calm.

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