Aerial Yoga

Why Aerial Yoga?

Float and fly with aerial yoga! The blending of traditional yoga poses and the use of the Aerial Yoga Hammock, creates opportunities for yogi’s new and experienced to explore postures with a whole new feeling of support.

The hammock is an excellent but subtle assistant for balance, strength, and flexibility. By giving added support into your joints and muscles but maintaining the natural movement and wobble, aerial hammocks can transform areas of habitual and circumstantial tension and give you the confidence to explore greater depths of the postures.

In some of our active aerial offerings you will be reminded of why you liked hanging upside down as a kid and you will wonder why you ever stopped!

Many of our clients that practice aerial yoga, have said that they prefer aerial yoga over other types of yoga because they have seen a greater development of flexibility, strength, and stamina. The element of fun is also a motivating factor to keep up a regular practice.

Aerial Yoga Offerings

* Please read our policies (down below) before signing up for any class! There are only 8 spots available in each class, so booking early is highly recommended.

Private Aerial Yoga Session (Up To 8 People)

  • Length: 65 min
    1-4 people = $120
    Each additional person is $20

Please email us below to book a time.

Aerial Yoga Pop-up Classes for ALL LEVELS (60 min)

This is a fun class to enjoy some introductory movements and skills, find supported stretch within the aerial hammock as well as experience some challenges for your strength and stamina. Sometimes we offer the Let’s Play Active Style Class, other times we offer the Restorative variation

* No prior experience required.
* $25/person or bring your own silk for $19.

Registered Aerial Yoga Classes

We offer a number of preregistered sessions (see below) so practitioners can work on specific skills and at their appropriate level. Please check under the preregistered class section of our website to find out more details and to register. New offerings will be listed for February and March soon!

  • Aerial Yoga Let’s Play | Beginner Series
  • Aerial Yoga | Restorative Yoga
  • Aerial Yoga 1.5
  • Aerial Yoga | Fit & Flow

Aerial Yoga Policies

We are excited to share this practice with you – all students must abide by the following so we can all play safe together and have the most enjoyable experience.

All students must arrive 5-10 minutes prior to class start time to ensure proper set up with silks. Students that are late will not be accepted into class as we lock the doors at the exact start time!

Clothing: A short or long sleeve shirt must be worn at all times. No tank tops will be allowed in class. Clothing should be comfortable. A good choice would be tight fitting stretchy pants that will cover the backs of your knees with a top that will cover your midriff without riding up. Wearing socks in our active aerial classes are not permitted (not safe) and not recommended for restorative aerial either.

Mask is required only enroute to your silk, after that it is the participants choice to wear it or not.

You must bring a yoga mat, this is required for the practice. Please let us know ahead of time if you will need to rent a mat ($2 cash).

Participants must come in clean, wear deodorant, refrain from wearing strong perfumes/colognes, free from cream & oil on hands and no heavy make-up.

Must take off rings, bracelets and long necklaces. Jewelry can easily snag the silks.

Clean Healthy Bare feet with non snagging toenails are required to safely work in the hammock. If you suspect you have a foot disease(fungus, sores, cuts) please do not attend this class until you have dealt with it.
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No Refund Those who do not attend will be charged for the full price of the class. If you cannot attend and would like to transfer your class to someone else, please call and let us know to whom we can give your class to.

Classes have a minimum age of 12. We do sometimes offer teen or family specific classes. Anyone under the legal age must have a waiver signed by their parent/guardian to participate.

Weight limit of under 280lbs to participate.

Please see your doctor before attending class if you suspect you are unwell or have encountered any of the listed: High/low blood pressure ,Recent surgery, Easy onset vertigo,Glaucoma,Heart disease,Osteoporosis,Recent head injury & Recent stroke.

Please inform your instructor of any injuries.

*Note: Your instructor cannot diagnose medical conditions, or decide if class is appropriate for you.

What do I Need to Know for my First Class?

  1. Unless stated, no experience is needed.
  2. Come hydrated, Bring water, and make sure to drink it in class any time you need.
  3. If you get a headache or become dizzy, you must take a break and return only when ready.
  4. You are not required/expected to do anything in this class, you may choose to be an observer, always play at your own comfort level.
  5. Trying new things may be scary, emotions may come up for you that you didn’t expect, part of a yoga practice is moving through those feelings, and finding the perfection in the imperfection 🙂
  6. Most importantly – Have Fun!