Join me for Yoga Trapeze, a prop-based inversion yoga class!
That’s the best of both worlds: It’s therapeutic because it can help minimize stubborn back pain, but it’s also a lot of fun because, well, who doesn’t wanna feel like they’re flying through the air?
Don’t worry, the Yoga Trapeze isn’t aerial yoga. It’s not set up that high off the ground — so if you’re afraid of heights, no need to fret about that.
Students tend to like Yoga Trapeze for the spinal traction and passive backbends. If you can’t do Wheel Pose in a mat-based yoga class, you might have better luck in Yoga Trapeze.
In short, the Yoga Trapeze provides an alternative approach to the typical yoga practice that makes all sorts of poses accessible to students who may be more limited on the mat. Besides those benefits, Yoga Trapeze incorporates functional pulling and grip strength motions that perfectly complement a mat-based yoga practice to create a full-body fitness routine. You’ll also improve flexibility, as well as core, upper body, and posterior chain strength.