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Inversions with the Yoga Hammock with Michelle Dortinac

Join trailblazer of the aerial yoga movement, Michele Dortignac on November 1st and 2nd for two amazing aerial yoga workshops for all.

Unnata Aerial Yoga offers authentic yoga, with the support of a soft, aerial fabric hammock — to explore, refine, and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground.

Unsupported inversions take many years to learn. Even somewhat simple inversions such as shoulder stand can be more challenging to practice than on first assumption. One needs to train the body and mind how to get into the inversion, how to find balance once there, how to last in the position, and how to get out of the position safely.

We'll be able to use the aerial hammock as a tool to train your body and mind in these many aspects of inverting, so that you'll know how to confidently practice inversions on your own, and one day you'll be able to do perfect inversions, unsupported!

Open to all levels of yoga practitioners, no aerial experience required. Space limited to 13 guests. CURRENTLY WAITLIST ONLY

Cost: $40 (Save $5 off if booked by October 11th)

CGY Member Pre-Sale thru September 13th
On sale to non-members and general public on September 14th

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about MICHELE

Michele is a Master of Aerial Yoga who has trained many of the Aerialists and Yogis offering teacher trainings today. Through her continued devotion to the evolution of Unnata Yoga, Michelle has grown the method from a playful way to practice yoga in a spare bedroom in her home (before anyone had even heard of Aerial Yoga!), to a worldwide phenomenon with teachers in over 30 countries. And yet, she remains a dedicated student to the humbling lessons her practice consistently delivers.

In the 20+ years that Michelle has taught Yoga, she has studied with many great Masters, who continue to inform her teaching and personal practice, and the evolution of Unnata Aerial Yoga including the legendary Sri Dharma Mittra, Cyndi Lee and Yogiraj Alan Finger.