Directions from all points…

 

We are located at 770  Reading Rd., Mason, OH   45040, right next to the Ace Hardware.

I-75 Southbound   (From Dayton area)


  • Take I-75 South towards Cincinnati, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn left onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.8 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Southbound   (From Columbus area)


  • Take I71South towards Cincinnati and take Exit 25  (Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 North towards Mason.
  • Turn right onto Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 for 0.8 miles,  and then turn left to stay on Kings Mills road for 1.7 miles.
  • Turn left onto E Main St (0.3 mi), and then left onto W Main St  for about 1.3 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-75  Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I-75 North towards Dayton, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn right onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.7 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I71 North towards Columbus, and take Exit 17 to merge onto I275  WEST.
  • Stay on I275 West and take Exit 46 towards Mason.   Continue to follow US-42 North for 5.5 miles.
  • Destination is on the right.

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Confessional.  I’m an upside down junkie.  I have to admit, there is nothing quite like it.  At first, when you go upside down, it’s uncomfortable, because every drop of blood flows to your head, in a most explosive way.  If you stick with it, that sensation goes away, and is replaced with the only word I can come up with……BALANCE.  Inversions are work, but they are also incredibly relaxing, particularly after coming out of them.  After an aerial hammock class, I’m just balanced is such a wonderful way. My love of inversions came from practicing headstand and shoulder stand in yoga class.  I was intrigued by the Iyengar yoga method, of using ropes or a sling attached to the wall, and inverting from there.  Some of you remember my old studio in Maineville, where I had a sling hanging from the ceiling.  People would come early, and get a quick hang in before yoga.  As my practice of inversions became more steady, I began to look for other methods of hanging upside down.  In New York, they had some classes using a sling type of hammock, and using those to invert.  I quickly ordered one, and hung it up.   Aerial yoga, in it’s infancy, was really born from a gal named Rebecca Leach.  She was a dancer, arobatic performer who started playing around with nylon fabric suspended from a ceiling.  People would tell her, well, that pose is just like pigeon in yoga, only upside down.  She wrote books, and began to teach it,  using yoga as a vehicle to promote it.  I ordered her books, and with... read more
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