Antigravity is a fitness program using the Harrison Antigravity Hammock (which is what Pink used in her famous and inspiring Aerial Grammy Performance). All of the Antigravity programs were created to restore and rejuvenate the entire body but it is best known for its zero compression inversions. This move alone (simply hanging upside down) comes with a list of health related benefits. Antigravity is also known as the safest aerial movement class developed to date. Christopher Harrison and his Aerial Performance company Antigravity, developed this program for 8 years before it's public launch carefully crafting the content for easy accessibility.
Christopher Harrison’s Personal Guarantee:
“If you can ‘suspend your disbelief’, I guarantee that I can make you healthier, happier and taller, in just one session.”
Decompress tight joints
Core strengthening and lengthening
Increased muscular strength & flexibility
Relieving pressure while aligning the vertebrae
Increased kinesthetic awareness
Fine-tuning balance & increased proprioception
Low impact cardio-vascular conditioning
Perform advanced yoga & postural inversions without neck or back compression
Hold challenging yoga postures longer and in correct alignment
Stretch further with less strain
Muscular tension release through self-massage techniques
Adds an entirely new dimension to your Yoga/Fitness practice
Create better body awareness while increasing overall agility
Self-esteem enhancement through conquering fears
Refreshes the lymphatic, digestive & circulatory systems
Releases “happy hormones” i.e. serotonin, endorphins, oxytocin, dopamine
Increases the Neuroplasticity of the brain (one’s ability to learn)
This is the intro level Antigravity Fitness series. In this series of classes participants will learn the foundational knowledge for hammock work and will be carefully guided through their first series of zero compression inversions. Antigravity fundamentals will show you how to flip, swing and fly without realizing you're working out.
AntiGravity Restorative Yoga is the gentle, healing side of Christopher Harrison’s AntiGravity Aerial Yoga. It is the therapeutic, meditative, slow stretching and rehabilitative version of AntiGravity Aerial Yoga. This powerful method focuses the mind through powerful visualizations as it floats the body through a series of gentle gyro-kinetic motions, deeply opening the entire spine, hips, and connective tissues of the body. This technique features full body inversions, alongside various forms of flowing spinal traction. It offers accessibility to students with physical limitations, but is loved by all as a portal into deeper spinal flexibility, and mind/body connection. 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. It is also loved by serious athletes who use it for recovery and rehabilitation when their bodies are over worked and over stressed.
Explore the evolution of yoga in 3-dimensional space. This is a great workout enjoyed by yoga practitioners but is also very accessible for someone who has never taken a yoga class. This course for some may even provide greater accessibility due to the suspended posturing which allows for zero compression inversions and for greater support for poses that would typically be done on a mat. It is and it is recommended that students take 2 or 3 Fundamentals classes before taking Antigravity Yoga.
Antigravity Suspension Fitness is great for fitness enthusiasts, if you love to feel the burn and get in a good sweat this class is for you. It also incorporates many familiar workout elements like push ups and sit ups but way more fun because your doing them suspended and inverted! Don't worry there are also plenty of flips and tricks too! It is recommended that students take 2 or 3 Fundamentals classes before taking Antigravity Suspension Fitness.