Driving and Parking Info

Thank you for registering for a CT Aerial Yoga Class or Aerial Arts Class!

NOTE: A confirmation email has been sent to the email address you used when registering. (You should also receive a receipt email sent from Paypal.)

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the class. It is very important that you review the parking information below. We are fortunate to have free parking in a private lot. However, there are dedicated spaces in which to park and if you park incorrectly there is a high risk of being towed. Please familiarize yourself with this information. It is essential that you arrive early for your class so that your hammock can be adjusted for your height. Should you arrive late to class it is at the teacher’s discretion if you are allowed to enter the class. Please review our Preparing for Aerial Yoga Class page before attending class.

Park only in spaces indicated within the pink outlined areas in this photo.

Directions to the studio: The studio is located inside the 224 EcoSpace, 224 Farmington Ave. Hartford, CT 06105. The building is painted purple and teal and is set back from the road. We are located across from the police substation near the Sigourney St. intersection. Please park directly facing into the building or on either side of the row of spaces along the chain-link fence. The dedicated row spaces are near the “West” entrance to the building. Please note the signs indicating dedicated parking areas. Cars parked in any other area of the parking lot will be towed. Use the East entrance to access the yoga studio.

Cancelation Policy: You may reschedule your class or receive credit for classes canceled with a minimum of 24 hours’ notice. No refunds. You can notify us of the need to reschedule by emailing jayne@ctaerialyoga.com or texting Jayne at 860-794-9884. Please do not no-show for class. We often have a waitlist. If we can fill your spot with a late or sudden cancelation, you will receive full credit for another class.

QUESTIONS?

Contact CT Aerial Yoga founder Jayne Dean if you have any questions or concerns.