Earlier this year, the 28 year old revealed she’d taken up AcroYoga as a form of exercise to help her mental health. “It has helped with my anxiety in ways I never dreamed possible,” she wrote on Instagram.
So what exactly is it?
“AcroYoga is best described as a blend of acrobatics and yoga with elements of healing arts and Thai massage,” says Nadine Lafleur, yoga instructor and founder of Bali Bliss Retreats.
First established in Canada in 1999 by Jessie Goldberg and Eugene Poku, the classroom, while often set up like any other yoga class, has some significant differences. The biggest? You don’t do it alone. (Post continues after gallery.)