The originator of flying yoga, Christopher Harrison is both an athlete and a dancer. Using his abilities, he started AntiGravity Fitness, which is a workout program that incorporates aerial performances with the concept of fitness. Later on in Korea, this developed into flying yoga. Flying yoga is quite different from yoga, which focuses on finding peace of mind by moving one’s body. It also differs from Pilates, which aims to strengthen one’s core. Flying yoga can be a fun exercise routine for anyone, even for those who are not really interested in exercise. Using a yoga hammock, often called an aerial silk, flying yoga is easy, accessible and is a great way to exercise. The program claims that if you practice flying yoga regularly, your crooked back and shoulders will straighten up. It’s good for your blood circulation as well, as the yoga hammock will help your muscles contract and relax and because the inversion poses put you in an upside down position. Relieving the pressure on your hip joints will help your body to rid itself of toxins. You want a simpler explanation? I know I may sound like a psychic, but flying yoga will make you taller, your mind clearer and your mood happier. I mean it.