The yoga practice known as aerial yoga or suspension yoga achieved fame when well-known celebrities started embracing the practice.
Extreme hammocking can be done in a number of places—on the edge of a cliff, from the highest branches of a tree, or even on a zip line, as Adam Berk prefers. In these two videos, Berk shows us how to both set up and take down a hammock on a zip line canopy tour in Boone, N.C.
Many people have started using hammocks in their homes as decorations and for comfort. Even when the cold and snow set in, people can enjoy relaxing indoors.
A few reasons to bring your hammock inside include having a fun conservation piece, health benefits for yourself and your kids, and the ability to move it wherever you want. Incorporating a hammock into your space includes choosing the right one. Depending on which room you plan to use and its size, there are a few options to consider. From a family hammock to a kids hammock, you can choose from multiple colors and styles to reflect whatever decorating pallet you have in each room.
Hammock camping is best with friends. No one understands this better than these folks out FlerDagsDrøm, who decided to create a campsite entirely out of hammock tents.