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Upside Down Yoga at Trilogy Sanctuary


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Photo by Jay Reilly

Get ready to turn your world—and workout—upside down. Trilogy Sanctuary, the La Jolla yoga studio-meets-organic vegetarian café that opened last summer, has put a new spin on the traditional practice with aerial yoga. Classes take place on Trilogy’s ocean-view rooftop, where yogis hang two to three feet in the air doing a mix of familiar moves, like plank and shoulder stand, along with aerial-specific poses, like “the vampire.” The technique encourages deep stretching and decompresses the spine, and though the prospect of hanging upside down in various contortions seems downright scary, the payoff is a liberating feeling that makes you feel like a kid again. 7650 Girard Avenue, La Jolla

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