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Preparing for Aerial Yoga/Aerial Arts Class
We provide yoga mats, blocks, bolsters, and blankets. You may bring your own mat and props if preferred.
Wear tight-fitting pants that cover knees (prevents chaffing and preserves fabric hammock)
Wear clothes that cover the armpits and midriff
Dress in layers as the temperature in the studio varies, if you perspire heavily, please bring a towel or extra shirt
Use the appropriate mat for the activity. Yoga mat for aerial yoga. Sling, lyra, trapeze, and silks classes require mats which are provided
Arrive 15 minutes early for class. Late arrivals will not have the opportunity to have their hammock adjusted for their height and this will detract from your enjoyment of the class. If arriving more than 10 minutes after class starts you may be prevented from taking class, at the instructor’s discretion.
Absolutely no chemical fragrance
Remove all jewelry (earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets, watches, fit bits). Body piercings that come into contact with the equipment must be taped. No clothing with zippers, hooks, or anything that could tear the fabric or your skin. Nails must be trimmed
Who is Aerial Yoga For?
Students new to yoga
Experienced students who want to enhance and deepen existing practice
Students who want to explore inversions, deeper stretches and backbends
Students who would like to experience more advanced yoga postures and struggle with advanced postures in a traditional class
Students with lower back sensitivity
Those healing from minor injuries
Student’s who are interested in deepening access and connection to body intelligence and wisdom
Benefits of Aerial Yoga
Restore the body to it’s natural state of alignment
Increase body awareness
Promote concentrated awareness
Cultivate connection to source or deep self
Awaken life force (prana)
Who is Aerial & Circus Arts For?
Students who are in good physical condition
Students who are experienced in aerial yoga
Students who are open to feedback and willing to take instruction
Students who embrace working low to the ground, who don’t mind repetition and skill building
Students who want a low stress, playful, safe training environment
Students who want to belong to a vital and empowering aerial community
CAUTION: Physician consultation and caution is recommended for the following conditions: