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Making Aerial Yoga More Accessible

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In this 60 minute video, Jo and Rane share their thoughts on using the aerial hammock as a tool to help more people access the benefits of yoga - including demonstrating how it can be used in different ways to adapt movements for different bodies and needs.

We also highlight the work of Laura Piquer of Arunai. Yoga y Diversidad and Kristin Mathiassen of @bendablewellnesswho use aerial yoga in innovative and therapeutic ways.

We also share the work of Renae Stevens of CreativeBodyFlow and Bend and Fly Yoga - the creator of Aerial Yoga Therapeutics speaking how this practice can be a bridge between the physical and mental health fields and a trauma informed approach.

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Aerial Hammock

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Jo Stewart

Jo Stewart

Jo's creative approach adapts to each practitioner's individual needs, with a focus on body positivity, self-compassion, and inclusivity. She is excited to share the whole spectrum of yogic experience with her students - from high flying fun in the aerial hammock, to calm meditation in the quiet of a yin style practice.

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Rane Bowen

Rane Bowen

Rane is a long time student of yoga and meditation. He has an insatiable curiosity about these practices, how they can help people in their daily lives and in overcoming adversity.

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