Aerial Yoga Foundations
Monday and Wednesday: 6:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am
Saturday: 11:00 am
*This practice is not recommended for those who are currently pregnant.
Aerial Yoga Class Descriptions
Take your yoga practice to the next level with the support of the aerial silk hammock. In this unique style of yoga, you will explore familiar postures in different planes of motion allowing you to stretch a bit deeper and invert easily. After a grounding warm up, you'll move through asanas that will help build upper body strength and core stability. Expect your practice to end with a gentle cool down and the most blissful savasana, floating in the silk. This class is perfect for all-levels. Please do not wear clothing with zippers or jewelry.
Calm your mind, settle your body and find a softer focus to your day during this 30 minute long meditation. Beginners to practicing meditators will benefit from this class. As an added bonus, meditating and resting in the aerial silk provides a blissful experience. Please arrive in attire without zippers.
Take your aerial yoga practice to the next level with the support of the aerial silk hammock. This 45-minute aerial class focuses on strength and conditioning. Build your core strength, increase your stability and balance, along with flexibility. This class includes repetitions, athletic sequencing, and transitions. You will end class in a blissful and relaxing savasana in the silk. It is recommended that you take a slow fly or an aerial class before taking this class.
Slow Fly Aerial Yoga
An aerial class for any and all levels! Designed to lower stress and decompress the body. Work to open up stuck areas and work out unwanted energy. You will leave feeling lighter and lengthened as you improve mobility and flexibility. We offer essential oils for extra self care. Class can be canceled up to 2 hours prior to the start without any penalty. If you cancel within 2 hours prior to the start of class or “no-show” for your reservation, you will be charged a $15 late cancel/no show fee.We ended up getting a bunch of new photos and I would like to get them up on the web.