Antigravity Yoga Hanging in Silk Cocoons

yoga in cocoons is the new fitness craze sweeping America

  • Participants use silk hammocks to improve blood flow and stretch spine
  • Can also form cocoons to find zen state

Aerial acrobatics and the attainment of spiritual tranquility seem to go hand in hand. Perhaps it’s like real “spiritual flying” or levitation? It’s called AntiGravity Yoga.

It has been developed by acrobat and gymnast Christopher Harrison and involves a thorough workout a few feet above the ground in a silk hammock that can close around the person inside to form a peaceful pod.

Cocoon craze: Closing yourself off inside the hammock allows you to focus on your mind, body and spirit
According to Christopher, hanging upside down balances out the body, enhances abdominal workouts and opens up the spine. Closing yourself off inside a personal hammock allows you to focus on your mind, body and spirit in a completely new way. More