Gravity is your play-mate when practising
Judali Aerial Yoga.
"Elevate your body, expand your mind."
All the benefits of a traditional hatha yoga practice, with the freedom to explore your body in space, supported by the strength of your aerial yoga hammock.
With the body supported by the soft fabric hammock, joints and muscles can gently release, using the natural force of gravity to allow deeper stretches to be achieved.
Aerial yoga helps improve posture and physical alignment, to ease muscular and emotional tension, and to develop mental concentration and peace of mind.
Experience the joy of Judali Aerial Yoga at Ingram in the wild and beautiful Breamish Valley. Join us at Ingram's accessible and underfloor-heated Village Hall, in the centre of Ingram, between Wooler and Powburn in Northumberland.
Read the reviews from the hammock for first hand accounts of Judali Aerial Yoga.
Find more space inside and out and experience the fun and freedom of feeling better.
Maximise your fun! Make yourselves more comfortable with some pre-flight checks before your session.
Contact us to book your session, of up to 8 participants, at a time and date that suits you.
Enjoy Judali Yoga
"One day I sat in the woods, which I found to be stunningly different than walking ‘through’ the woods.
And in the sitting, the woods jumped to life with a spirited activity that I had scarcely ever seen or known to exist.
And as I sat there turning this way and that in order to draw it all in, I thought that it was not the woods coming alive.
Rather, it was me coming to a halt."
Craig D. Lounsbrough
Click on the lotus flower image below to download and listen to a free YOGA NIDRA guided relaxation.
Caution: Listening to this download will relax you.
It should not be played in any situation that requires you to be alert, such as driving a vehicle, or operating machinery.
Click below to see a gentle GOOD MORNING SEQUENCE.
A simple series of stretches to start the day, with your awareness focussed on your breath.
Caution: Feet are parallel, knees are slightly bent not locked, spine remains straight. Move gently with the rhythm of your breath.
Repeat 3 - 5 times to begin with. Stop and rest when you need to.
Be good to yourself
Be kind to yourself