Antigravity yogaWhat it is: Remember when Pink sang while dangling from within a piece of material at the 52nd Grammy Awards? Well, you can do the same if you've got the guts (though hopefully you'll take it to less of an extreme). This technique, created by former gymnast Christopher Harrison to help relieve his back pain, is more than just proof that hammocks aren't just for laying around in. It blends traditional yoga with acrobatics, gymnastics, Pilates and calisthenics and is available at gyms across the country like Om Factory and Crunch. Find a location near you.
What it costs: Class rates vary; we found them for as little as $10 to as much as $35, depending on the gym. (You can also get an inversion swing for about $130 for home use, but we recommend taking the classes first -- duh.)
Why it's fun: Um, aside from the fact that you get to defy gravity? You get a total body workout designed to relieve stress, and improve coordination, strength, flexibility and joint mobility.
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