Aerial Yoga Basics
Aerial Yoga Basics is on Tuesdays at 5.30pm.
This class includes strength, flexibility, coordination and balance work. It's fun, varied and will give you all the basics of aerial yoga movement. A great place to start! Book now
Aerial Yoga Flexibility
Aerial Yoga Flexibility is on Thursdays at 5.30pm.
This class focuses particularly on using the trapeze to develop flexibility and let gravity help the body expand and find space. Expect to feel floaty and relaxed as well as challenged! Book now
Aerial Yoga Arms and Core
Aerial Yoga Arms and Core is on Fridays at 6.30am.
Time to sweat and work hard! This is a strong, fun class that uses the trapeze to develop functional strength which will support your wider yoga practice and support wider body conditioning. Expect to feel the burn! Book now
Aerial Yoga Intermediate
Aerial Yoga Intermediate is on Wednesdays at 6.30am.
This class requires strength, flexibility, coordination and balance work. A great way to challenge yourself. Book now
Am I strong enough?
All the classes are multi-level and will work on building strength, so no worries at all if you feel worried about this aspect of aerial yoga! There are modifications and alternatives to help you reach the stronger versions of the pose.
Will I feel sick?
Some new starters experience mild nausea or feel dizzy when upside-down but it soon eases. Avoid eating or drinking caffeine directly before class to prevent side-effects.
Can I rest if its too hard?
Of course! Listen to your own body and take it at your own pace!
How strong is the trapeze?
The trapeze is tested to hold up to 300 lbs.
Is it safe?
Ashlee is fully qualified and very experienced in aerial yoga and will be there to keep you safe. As with all yoga, listen to your own body and take rest when you need. Listen to the teacher, and if you are confused, unsure, or something doesn't feel right, don't be afraid to ask!