Aerial Classes

Aerial yoga offers more than just peace and relaxation.


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Familiarize yourself with our Aerial Yoga classes and wellness offerings, and sign up for a complimentary yoga class.



$ 35 per Class
  • Public Group Classes Each Week
  • Private Group/Individual Aerial Yoga Classes
Aerial Yoga

Why Aerial Yoga?

Aerial Yoga helps to build strength through the balance it takes to stay in control in the silks. Being suspended in the air requires a stable core as you change positions in a very different way to a mat yoga class. In addition for the opportunity to learn something new, and fun, aerial yoga makes more advanced yoga poses accessible to beginner yogis by the support of the sling which can boost confidence in the practice and provide a sense of accomplishment. Hanging upside down provides much needed spinal decompression and traction of your joints, that lubricates, hydrates, and nourishes the intervertebral discs of your spine. This is especially helpful following compressive exercises like squats and deadlifts in the gym, sitting at your desk all day, after a day at the ski hill, or after hiking/biking all day. It helps to aid sleep, especially if you practice in the evening, and improves circulation.

What are the benefits of aerial yoga?


Improves flexibility and increases strength

Brain Power

Boosts brain power as you release neurotransmitters through inversion therapy

Realigning the Spine

Improves posture by realigning the spine

Improves immune

Improves immune function

Relieve back pain

Zero compression inversions relieve back pain

Relives stress

Calms the nervous system & relieves stress in your hammock cocoon

Joint Mobility

Improves joint mobility and decompression

Boosts Mood

Boosts mood by having fun!

Aerial Yoga

Who shouldn’t attend an aerial yoga class?

Anyone can attend an aerial class if they are mindful and respectful of their own conditions, with a few exceptions. We do not recommend Aerial to people who have very high or low blood pressure, easy onset vertigo, pregnancy, glaucoma, recent surgery, heart disease, osteoporosis, bone weakness, recent head injury, cerebral sclerosis, propensity for fainting, artificial hips, carpal tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, sinusitis or head cold, recent stroke or botox injections (within 6 hours). You must be under 250 lbs to attend an aerial yoga class.