Experience a unique yoga practice using a fabric hammock to support, tone and stretch the body as it moves through yoga poses and inversions

Class variety changes from time to time so check back often

Please read our COVID aerial policies here.

Aerial Basics

For those brand new to aerial or simply needing a slower moving aerial class, our basics class is a perfect option. While the class pace is slower and poses are simpler this class will still be challenging and offer all the same benefits of strengthening, stretching and inversions as from our other aerial classes. If you have any specific issues or injuries you are managing through, please let the instructor know at the start of class.

Please note, this class is 60 minutes.

Aerial Yoga All Levels

This unique 75 minute yoga class makes use of a fabric hammock to enhance your practice by providing gentle support or increasing the intensity of traditional poses. Each class will allow you an opportunity to invert in the hammock and experience the benefits of hanging upside down, reversing blood flow in the body and decompressing the spine.

Aerial Sculpt

Time to build that upper body strength you've always wanted, tone your core and sculpt those arms, glutes and legs!

This 75 minute aerial class has an increased focus on strength building and toning the entire body using just the hammock and your body weight. After a warm up, move your body through a conditioning sequence to power up your muscles and get the heart rate going. Inversions and yummy stretches will be sprinkled throughout class so you leave feeling powerful and lengthened.

This class is open to all levels. You will be challenging yourself with the exercises but can go at your own pace and make modifications or rest as needed. 

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Aerial Yoga Policies:

Sign up at least 2 hours prior to class (24 hours for open studio). Classes with no reserved spaces will be cancelled.

Please be sure to:

  • Arrive at least 15 minutes before class to allow time to adjust hammock height to appropriate level.

  • Remove ALL  jewelry to avoid getting caught in fabric.

  • Wear form fitting clothing that covers armpits and backs of knees to avoid skin chafe and sweat touching the hammock.

  • Avoid wearing perfume or lotions.


If you need to cancel, we require 24 hour notice to avoid being charged for the missed class.

I am new to yoga, can I do aerial yoga?

Yes, we recommend taking a few mat yoga classes first to gain familiarity with the poses and to help condition your body. As with any other classes, you should always listen to your body and adjust your practice to suit your needs.

Are there any health conditions that would preclude me from doing aerial yoga?

Please consult with your doctor if you have any known health conditions prior to taking an aerial yoga class.

What do I do if I feel dizzy?

If you feel dizzy or light-headed during class, let the instructor know right away. It is a good idea to eat 2-3 hours before class to allow for digestion. Inversions are always optional, your instructor can provide modifications if you wish to abstain from going upside down. Given there will be movement while you are sitting or laying in the hammock, so be sure to address known motion sickness prior to class.

How much weight can each hammock hold?

The hammock fabric can hold up to 1,000 pounds.

What should I bring and wear?

Comfortable exercise/yoga clothing, a yoga mat (you may also borrow on at the studio), water bottle and towel. Remove ALL jewelry to avoid getting caught in fabric. Wear form fitting clothing that covers armpits and backs of knees to avoid skin chafe and sweat touching the hammock. Avoid wearing perfume or lotions.

What are the absolute contraindications for aerial yoga?

You should always consult your physician before starting a new exercise routine, however individuals with the following conditions should not participate in aerial yoga (please note this is not an exhaustive list): Vertigo Inner Ear Conditions Recent Surgery Glaucoma Recent Concussion or Head Injury Epilepsy Brain Aneurism Recent Stroke Botulinum Injection (Botox) within 48 hours Pregnancy Propensity for Fainting Obesity Hiatal Hernia Sutures in any part of the body Recent gashes, lacerations or wounds Taking any meditation that can cause dizziness, light headedness, propensity for fainting or extreme fatigue

What is the minimum age for aerial?

The minimum age is 16 with parental consent.




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