What are some of the contraindications for aerial yoga/aerial dance?
Contraindications for aerial yoga include: pregnancy, glaucoma, recent surgery (esp. shoulder, hip, eyes, back, hands or wrists), heart disease, very high or very low blood pressure, easy onset vertigo, osteoporosis, recent head injury, propensity for fainting, cerebral sclerosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, disc herniation, muscle spasms, or recent stroke.
What do I need to bring?
For yoga and aerial yoga classes, you can bring your own mat if you would like, but if you don’t have one, we have some available. Also bring water.
Can I watch a class?
We prefer for the respect of other students that people do not observe classes, but in some situations, if you want to see what it is about, contact us, and we can talk to you about watching for a few minutes at the beginning of class.
Can I schedule a private lesson or have a small group private class?
Yes. We are happy to schedule private lessons and/or group functions; please contact us to let us know when you would like to schedule.
Can I join an Aerial Dance class series mid-series or can I drop into an Aerial Dance class if there is availability?
We cannot allow people to drop into series classes because each class builds upon the technique learned in the previous week, unless you wish take a private lesson to catch yourself up and learn the technique that was taught.
Do you offer Kids’ classes?
Unfortunately not at this time, as we are inside an adult- only hotel, but we are looking for a space to be able to hold kids’ classes. Please let us know if you know of one.
Do you offer any discounts?
The costs of conducting aerial classes can be costly, but we do offer local discounts as well as promotions and other discounts from time to time- like us on Facebook to find out when we offer discounts!