Gypsy is both a Yoga Alliance RYT 500-Hour Teacher and Certified Leva Aerial Yoga Teacher.
She fell in love with Aerial Yoga back in 2013 and trained in Hawaii - which has taken her practice from the mat into the air!
Gypsy's committed to everyone in her class, and aspires to create a safe and supportive environment for her students.
With a sweet sense of humor, encouragement, plus a playful approach to the practice, she gently and lovingly challenges her students.
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Zero-G Yoga & Fitness has already taken yoga to a ‘new’ level by introducing Aerial Yoga to Vancouver Island. You can rejuvenate & advance your level of fitness, while having fun - as now you can defy gravity to increase your strength and flexibility! The dazzling fabric enables a variety of new poses to be possible by assisting your body weight to be suspended, held in position and wrapped.
This aerial support benefits positions that might otherwise be uncomfortable to your body type.
No need to feel intimidated, you are in a warm and caring environment with an instructor who wants nothing more than to help you succeed and reach your fitness goals. No prior yoga or aerial experience required. It’s for every age, shape and size.
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Gypsy conducts all Aerial Yoga @ The Market Studio, 1B-6135 Metral Dr, Nanaimo. This studio is safely equipped and has ran these high-flying fitness programs since the Spring of 2014. Offering Aerial Fabric Techniques to students of all levels.
If you like yoga and even if you don’t do it that often, you should definitely, certainly, positively consider giving Zero-G Aerial Yoga a try. For me, aerial yoga was like normal yoga... times 10. Not 'X' 10 in terms of difficulty, but in terms of how effective, fulfilling and calming it was
Here’s how it works: You sit on a soft, fabric hammock that looks kind of like a long scarf.
These hammocks are made out of special, high-density nylon material that can support over 2,000 pounds, so don’t worry - you’re not going to tear them.
The hammocks are held up by strong carabiners, support chains and webbing straps. You can adjust the height according to personal preference,
or for better maneuverability.
Throughout the yoga class, you do various traditional yoga poses or aerial adaptations of traditional poses using the hammock for support.
Some of the most basic poses involve simple stretches while seated on the hammock, while other poses progress to hanging upside down and grabbing your thighs, ankles or feet for support and balance.