Yoga studio expands, opens new AntiGravity studio

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Lizard Dreaming Yoga has been providing yoga to the community and visitors for six years, and is now expanding into a new space.

Beginning Friday, Feb. 1, the studio will be located at 733 Brehmer Lane and will include a new dedicated Anti-Gravity studio.

AntiGravity was created by Broadway choreographer Christopher Harrison over 25 years ago, and is a series of movements designed to decompress the spine and align the body from head to toe.

Owner Patty Williamson and her AntiGravity partner Nettie Joseph went through training and certification, and the studio is a licensed space.

“We chose AntiGravity because it is the original aerial yoga, not an imitation, and because it is intelligent, healthy, and most importantly, safe,” Williamson said. “Nettie and I both believe that using the Harrison AntiGravity hammock to assist in both movement and meditation can change people’s lives.”

In addition to the 1,500 square foot AntiGravity studio, the yoga studio is expanding to 1,500 square feet as well.

There will be a lounge area adjoining the studio that Williamson plans to turn in to a small tea bar in the future.

“We are so excited to be an established part of this fantastic town and to be bringing something new and beneficial to our community,” Williamson said.

An AntiGravity open house is planned from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 23.

Details and class schedules, both yoga and AntiGravity, can be found online at www.lizarddreamingyoga.com or by calling the studio at 830-992-8840.