Overview, “Why you should do our teacher training"
AntiGravity® Techniques is a hybrid approach to fitness combining elements from yoga, dance, gymnastics, pilates, calisthenics exercise, strength training, and stretching as well as basic flips & tricks.
Recognized by: NASM & AFAA ACE
There are no prerequisites for this course as you will learn how to teach beginners
The training is very extensive and thorough. From the AntiGravity® Fitness philosophy to the exact sequencing and progressions, to the maintenance of the hammock, to how to structure a class, you will be given everything you need to know in order to teach classes safely
If you are a beginner yourself this will help you to understand the teaching and learning process even better
If you have some kind of teaching experience already this will make it easier for you, but it is not essential
Some students take this course just to deepen their own practice
Collaborate with teachers that have diverse backgrounds of expertise
The Program is created to accommodate clients from nearly all age groups and all fitness levels.
Understand and adhere to all "Contraindications".
Understand full participation of ALL training days is required.
Must speak, read and write English confidently.
Must be computer literate and internet proficient.
Must carry a current first-aid certification.
Where to begin
While performing, Christopher discovered that acrobatics, had disappeared from contemporary entertainment and the cultural landscape in America. In an effort to fill the gap, Christopher created AntiGravity as a hybrid of: artistic sports, performing arts, circus acrobatics, aerials, contemporary dance and hip hop, to embody a philosophy that nurtures creativity and emphasizes the joy of movement. In 1991, AntiGravity emerged to become America's premier aerial acrobatic entertainment and suspension fitness company.
As the inventor of Suspension Fitness and the Aerial Yoga genres, Christopher Harrison has authored 8 groundbreaking fitness and wellness techniques, which are practiced in over 50 countries.