Rope yoga has a similar principal to the aerial version, but it suspends people from ropes affixed to a wall rather than the ceiling. Different areas of the body can be supported by the ropes depending on placement. Also, the lower ropes are placed in a way that allows for floor work. Ropes are most commonly incorporated into Iyengar yoga, but can be used in various types and all levels of the practice.
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