Aerial yoga is a flowing practice that blends vinyasa (movement/breath based) yoga with support from suspended fabric. Designed to hold up to 1,000 pounds, each silk hammock provides support for postures done on the mat or in the air.
Aerial Adventure (Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm)
Take your Aerial experience higher by embarking on an adventure to explore a faster paced flow, challenging sequences, or more advanced wraps and skills.
Aerial Restore (Tuesdays, 4:15 – 5:15pm; Wednesdays, 9:30am – 10:30am)
Enter into a gentle space of low silks where they serve to act as an assistant to floor based poses and stretching exercises. Only one inversion that is low-level and bolster based near the floor to release the back and pelvic floor. Extended savasana at the end.
Aerial Flow (Mondays, 12:30pm-1:15pm; Tuesdays, 11:00am – 12:00pm)
Flow through a variety of ground-based to full-flight asanas. Open to all skill levels. If you are mobility-challenged or are timid about the use of silks, please consider a private session (or share a semi-private session with a friend) before joining a full class session.
Aerial Chicks (Thursdays, 4:15pm – 5:15pm)
Welcoming all 8-14 year old chicks to come take flight in Aerial class! Learn to explore yoga poses, flips, flight, and create new shapes with the guidance of Jaime. Bring a journal as we will also talk about body image, self-awareness, self-love, and how we can shine our light into the world around us.
It is highly recommended that you reserve a spot for aerial classes in advance. Drop-ins are welcome, but are not guaranteed a spot as there are limited silks available. Class may be cancelled in the event that there are fewer than 3 people registered. If you need to cancel after registering, we ask that you notify us 24 hours in advance so that we may release your spot if there is a waitlist.
Protocol for aerial yoga:
Wear shirts with sleeves that cover armpits; leggings or sweat pants that cover knees; no lotion on hands or body, do not wear jewelry, watches, or zippers and trim toenails to avoid snags in fabric.
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