Montreal Now Has "Flying Yoga" Classes

Something you just gotta try asap.
Montreal Now Has "Flying Yoga" Classes

It's official, Montreal has anti-gravity yoga! You heard me! You can now fly through the sky in Montreal at Club Sportif MAA. Some call it aerial yoga or zero gravity yoga but whatever you call it, it's cool AF! Anti-gravity yoga is a new kind of workout invented by aerial performers. It involves performing a series of exercises inspired by yoga, pilates, and aerial acrobatics for a total-body workout. So book your class ASAP!

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It's crazy fun and an absolute blast! You hang from a scarf that is suspended from the ceiling and you literally fly through the room. I actually went to one of the classes and I fell, on my face, and in love! It's a bit difficult at first but it's a great workout and a fabulous way to relax.

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This is the perfect workout for those people who work in Down Town Montreal! Club Sportif MAA is located right next to Peel Metro. Not only can you workout after work, but you can also relax. Literally the best of both worlds after a long stressful day!

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They have amazing teachers and classes are a reasonable price. These experienced teachers assure your safety and a great work out! The classes are usually filled with about ten people and you don't have to be experienced to try antigravity yoga. It's fun and available for everyone!

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Monday-Friday: 6:00am-10pm

Saturday: 7:00am-7:00pm

Sunday: 8:ooam-7:00pm

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2070 Rue Peel Montreal, Quebec


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