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ANTIGRAVITY YOGA

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ANTIGRAVITY YOGA

Postby laura » Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:19 am

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Hi girls...

did you read Sabbi's article yesterday about AntiGravity yoga in the IRISH TIMES?...BRILLIANT!!

for those of you that missed it, here's the link

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/hea ... 19198.html

If you still haven't tried AntiGravity Yoga, make sure you put your name down for the new term starting in the New Year.

We are opening a fabulous new studio in Mell, Drogheda with the most beautiful views of the Boyne river and the Cable bridge. My aim with this class is to give everyone, especially us mums, a bit of 'us' time, away from all the stress, family, work, etc.

So far the feedback has been amazing..so if you want to experience it by yourself, go an book a class.

Check http://www.antigravityyogaireland.com

Re: ANTIGRAVITY YOGA

Postby Taylor5 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 3:29 pm

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Laura, just over week 2 in the AGY and is just brilliant, dont have sinus headache since i started and my back is feeling the best since my accident in 2002.... I have tried load of things for my back and nothing worked and after just 2 classes my back feels amazing and felxible
Highly recommend to anyone with back trouble or just looking for something new and very different, its the quickest 1.5hrs of my life!
Thanks for giving us AGY xxxxxx
Be strong be different!

Re: ANTIGRAVITY YOGA

Postby mkyoganic » Sat Feb 18, 2012 5:28 am

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Antigravity Yoga is help to fitness the body. All functions of the physique depend on collective movement and back we're talking about yoga and addition muscles, it's our anatomy that move our joints. It is important to blaze the receptors in both joints and muscles,


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