Aerial Yoga

What is the Weight Limit?


We take the safety of our clients and instructors very seriously.  Our class equipment (yoga hammocks and/or bungees), mounting equipment, steel carabiners & structure are rigged to hold over 1,000 pounds worth of dynamic movement weight. Weight limit is not an issue, we welcome clients of all shapes and sizes.  All hammocks and rigging equipment [...]

What is the Weight Limit?2019-12-30T09:19:01-05:00

What should I wear to an Aerial Yoga Class?


You should wear clothes you are comfortable in. We find that more form-fitting clothing helps to avoid bunching or draping over your face while inverted. You will be asked to remove your shoes for class. You can go barefoot, many of our clients prefer to wear socks, the choice is yours. Please dont wear clothing [...]

What should I wear to an Aerial Yoga Class?2019-12-30T09:19:33-05:00

Can I eat before Aerial Yoga Class?


During class you will be partially or fully inverted (going upside down) for a period of time, we advise clients not to eat or drink anything acidic for at least an hour before class starts. This is especially important during the early stages of your aerial practice, as your body won’t be used to inverting [...]

Can I eat before Aerial Yoga Class?2019-12-30T09:19:59-05:00

Is there anyone who shouldn’t take Aerial Yoga?


Aerial Yoga is not recommended for anyone who has: glaucoma, recent surgery of any sort, very high or low blood pressure, vertigo, osteoporosis, severe carpal tunnel syndrome, recent stroke, hernia or is pregnant.

Is there anyone who shouldn’t take Aerial Yoga?2019-12-30T09:20:24-05:00

Who can take Aerial Yoga?


Aerial Yoga is designed for beginners through advanced exercisers. No yoga experience is needed. Our instructors enjoy sharing the benefits of  aerial yoga and creating a comfortable atmosphere for new people to experience yoga.

Who can take Aerial Yoga?2019-12-30T09:20:49-05:00
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