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.