Aerial Yoga: Passenger Performs Headstand on Plane Seat

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Aerial Yoga: Passenger Performs Headstand on Plane Seat


In an unusual turn of events, a passenger on a flight from Los Angeles to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico was observed performing yoga on her seat. The woman, whose name is not known, began with a series of neck stretches before progressing to a full headstand.

The Incident

The incident was captured by Raad Mobrem, the co-founder of, who was seated behind the woman. Mobrem recorded the woman’s movements on his smartphone, which he later shared on social media.

In the video, the woman can be seen stretching her legs out into the air while she is several thousand feet up in the air. The man sitting next to her remains asleep throughout the entire performance.


Mobrem said that he was “pretty bizarre but also pretty incredible at the same time.” He added that the woman was “really good at what she does” and that she did it all without waking the guy next to her up, which is pretty funny.”

Other passengers on the flight were reportedly surprised by the woman’s actions, but no one expressed any concern.


The incident is a reminder that yoga can be practiced anywhere, even in the most unusual of places. It is also a testament to the skill and dedication of the woman who performed the headstand.

Note: The flight attendant asked the woman to stop performing yoga on her seat after approximately 20 minutes.

  • Author: John Smith
  • Date: March 8, 2023

Yoga on the Plane

Yoga can be a great way to stay healthy and relaxed on a long flight. Here are a few tips for practicing yoga on a plane:

  • Choose simple poses that you can do in your seat.
  • Be mindful of your breath and focus on relaxation.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask a flight attendant for help if needed.

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