Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Aerial Pigeon Pose  (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana) This pose stretches the hip flexors and opens up the chest. It can help in toning the lower body and improving flexibility.

Aerial Plank Aerial plank is similar to a traditional plank but done while suspended in the hammock. It engages your core and strengthens your upper body.

Aerial Warrior Pose (Virabhadrasana) This pose helps improve balance and stability while also working on the leg muscles. It's great for strengthening and toning the lower body.

Aerial Downward Dog  (Adho Mukha Svanasana) Aerial downward dog allows you to decompress your spine and stretch your entire body, including the back of your legs, while in an inverted position.

Aerial Chair Pose  (Utkatasana) This pose works your lower body, especially the thighs and glutes. It's excellent for building leg strength and burning calories.

Aerial Inversion Hanging upside down in an aerial yoga hammock can help improve circulation, reduce stress, and boost metabolism. It's not a specific pose but a fundamental part of aerial yoga.

Aerial Splits Aerial splits can improve flexibility and strengthen the muscles in your legs and core. It's an advanced pose that requires practice and patience.