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New Gym Brings New & Unique Workouts to Fargo

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Just opened in Fargo, Vayu Yoga is quickly gaining a name for itself with its unique and different style of workouts.

Offering three different yoga classes and several cardio workout classes like Body Combat, Hoop Dance and even professional jump roping.

The class that's catching everyone's eye though, is aerial yoga. Which is a type of yoga where you perform hundreds of yoga style poses with the help of a hammock or silk, suspending you from the ceiling.

Aerial yoga is designed to support your joints while strengthening and lengthening your body.

Andrea Coombs, Owner of Vayu Yoga, says she created this gym to be atypical and not something you would see everywhere. It allows you to experience a new kind of workout all while having little fun.

"It's not serious, we're not competing with each other, it's more of a comradery and a fun spirit of everyone that comes in here,"said Coombs.

Trying out a regular yoga class one time will cost $12 or $20 for aerial yoga. You can also purchase a punch card for 10 classes at $100 for regular yoga and $180 for aerial yoga.

A variety of classes are offered Monday through Friday starting at 9:30 a.m. for a full list of classes and times visit: www.vayu-yoga.com

 

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