Air Born Aerial Fitness

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Class Descriptions

Circus Aerial:

Intro to Circus Aerial:

Prior to taking any Circus Aerial group class, students must attend a one time Intro to Circus aerials class. This Intro lesson will teach you the basic movements, warm up exercises and climb technique so you are ready to join group classes! This class is required even if you have taken circus aerial classes somewhere else.

If you are unable to find an Intro class that works for your schedule, a one time private lesson can substitute for the Intro class. This will help you get into our group classes sooner!


Beginner Levels 1 and 2:

These classes are for those who wish to be with others at their same skill level. With two levels offered, students will never feel left behind or out of place. These classes focus on building a strong foundation from the ground up, so when you are in the air you are strong and confident!

Fabric fundamentals is a large part of these classes. However, instruction also includes trapeze, hammock and lyra. Walk out the door feeling confident in the amazing things you can do!


Intermediate and Advanced:

Students will really expand their aerial knowledge as they are challenged phyically and mentally! Air Born students never plateua or get bored with their classes becaise there are always new goals to meet, always new challenges to accept and skills to learn!

In these levels, students will learn more advanced wraps and drops, figure out transitions and design sequences to really find their "Inner Circus"!


Apparatus Specific Classes:

OPEN TO ALL SKILL LEVELS!

Trapeze, Lyra (hoop), Hammock (sling), Loops, Rope, Net

Each class will focus on the specific equipment listed. Open to all skill levels, each student will have guided instruction designed to meet their needs. Students who are at Beginner levels 1 and 2 are encouraged to also attend apparatus specific classes to build strength and expand their skills in order to test to the next level. * Intro to Circus Aerials is still required prior to taking these classes.


Open Workout:

These are not structured lessons. An instructor is on site to provide safety, spotting and guidance. Open Workouts are great opportunities to review skills learned in class. This helps when students are wanting to progress to the next level or practice for a sequence/performance.

Didnt get a change to attend class that week? Come to Open Workout and get your aerial fix!


Aerial Yoga:

Flow Aerial Body Fitness:

Take traditional style yoga poses into the air using the low to the ground aerial hammock. Focused on integrating flexibility, alignment, strength and control, this medium intensity class is great as a primary workout or for active recovery days. Open to all levles.


Slow Flow Aerial Body Fitness:

This class focuses on achieving a full body release while lengthening and strengthening muscles at a restorative pace. Taking time to transition between poses, this is a great hour spent on active recovery days. For those suffering from back issues or recovering from injuries, this class is a perfect path to a better well-being. Open to all levels.


Power Aerial Body Fitness:

Our most popular aerial yoga class! Students break a sweat holding poses that challenge strength and endurance. This class will enliven students core arm and leg strength by jumping, pulling and pushing through transitions, all while using a low to the floor aerial hammock. Open to all levels.


Yoga On The Mat:

Not ready to try the aerial yoga hammock? Students can still find fitness and fun in yoga classes that never leave the ground.