Aerial Yoga

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Aerial Yoga

Fridays 4:30-5:30pm with Maryam Paydarfar - Beginner

Sundays, 10:30-11:30am with Sonya Carter
October 6, November 3 & December 1


-Please arrive to aerial classes at least 10 minutes prior to start time to allow for instructor to take measurements and hang your hammock.

-No Drop Ins for weekend classes. Pre-registrations by 12 hours before this class is required.

$18 pre-registered (register here)
$20 drop-in (space permitting)
$160 for 10 class pass

A fun and supportive style of yoga that uses aerial hammocks to bring your yoga and movement practice into the air while feeling grounded and centered! Poses will be done with the support of the hammock in various positions in order to help you sink into poses, find proper alignment naturally, strengthen through deeper ranges of motion and reap the benefits of inversions without strain on the joints of the body (inversions are optional).

Safety is always the primary focus. No aerial, acrobatic, dance, or yoga experience required.

Space is limited, therefore you will need to pre-register to reserve your hammock.  

Register here>

Aerial Yoga Private Sessions
For any student with physical limitations, or those looking to strengthen and fine tune their practice.

Also offering the following sessions tailored to your needs:
-Team Building
-Girls' Night Out
-Date Night
-Wedding Parties
-Family session
-Birthday Party (ages 14+)

Email Katie at for questions or to schedule a session.

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Family Aerial Yoga
Cost: (for child and adult)

$18 pre-registered
$20 drop-in (space permitting)
$150 for 10 class pass

A class suitable for older children ages 8+ and their parents. Parents are encouraged but not required to take class with their children and may drop their child off if they feel comfortable to leave. This class is an hour aerial yoga sequence where students will safely explore flying poses supported with the aerial hammock. Students will be given proper saftey instruction with also freedom to play and explore new avenues of movement.