Emerge Yoga Studio in Bellmore has yoga fans turning upside down

Looking to make your yoga class more fun and interesting, then anti-gravity yoga might be what you need. Emerge Yoga Studio in Bellmore is the

Emerge Studio in Bellmore is the only place on Long Island getting vertical with Yoga.

Emerge Studio in Bellmore is the only place on Long Island getting vertical with Yoga. (2/11/13)

BELLMORE - Looking to make your yoga class more fun and interesting, then anti-gravity yoga might be what you need.

Emerge Yoga Studio in Bellmore is the only place on Long Island that is getting vertical with yoga. The class is a fusion technique between yoga and aerial acrobatics. Those who take the class wrap themselves in a hammock, which is a cross between a swing or a soft trapeze. The hammock can hold up to 1,000 pounds.

While it does take some getting used to, participants say once you get the feel for it, you will love it.

Anti-Gravity Yoga can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels, and it’s beginner friendly.

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