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FAQ

What is aerial yoga?

Aerial yoga is a hybrid form of yoga that combines yoga, pilates and aerial arts.

How hard is a aerial yoga class?

It depends on which aerial yoga class you take. No matter what, YOU monitor your own resistance so each class is as hard as or as easy as you choose to work.

Will I be successful in my first class?

Yes! Everyone leaves the class a success! Since this is a aerial yoga class there is no competition nor ego encouraged. Everyone works at their own pace.

What should I bring to a aerial yoga class?

Water, sweat towel and a mat (if you want your own – we also have mats available for use in the studio!)

Do I need to be a yoga practitioner?

Nope! We welcome beginners and yogis of all-levels.

Will I get dizzy doing aerial yoga?

If one has a strong propensity for dizziness or a “hips over head” spatial awareness style dyslexia this is not the technique for them.

Which class is the best for me?

This depends on your fitness level. We recommend that everyone start with the beginner Airyoga class or a private class before advancing. We provided variety of beginner class that the least challenging of all the classes. Please refer to our full schedule.

How will I feel after a aerial yoga class?

You will feel taller and lighter. Your muscles will have a pump and you will be refreshed!

Are you sure the Yoga Hammock will hold me?

Every portion of the silk yoga swing is rated for over 2000 pounds. The points in the ceiling where our aerial yoga equipment is suspended have been placed by a professional contractor and certified by an engineer.

What if I am afraid?

The difference between fear and excitement in the body is relaxation. In Aerial Yoga, we bring ourselves to presence before we begin class. During an inversion you are only few inches off the ground.

Who would you recommend should be cautious with an aerial yoga class?

People who are or have very high or low blood pressure, easy onset vertigo, pregnancy, glaucoma, recent surgery, heart disease, osteoporosis, bone weakness, recent head injury, cerebral sclerosis, propensity for fainting, artificial hips, carpal tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, sinusitis or head cold, recent stroke, botox injections (within 6 hours)

Is Aerial Yoga harder than floor Yoga?

No, Aerial yoga is actually much easier than floor yoga, it just looks fancy. The hammock supports you whilst you build up strength. It also helps assist you in balancing poses.

Can everybody do aerial Yoga?

The person who had recent surgery, glaucoma, if you are pregnant, if you have high or low blood pressure, nurse a current injury or if you suffer a heart condition are not suitable to participate aerial yoga.

Will I be successful in my first class?

Yes! Everyone leaves the class a success! Since this is a AERIAL YOGA class there is no competition nor ego encouraged. Everyone works at their own pace.

What to wear?

PLEASE REMOVE JEWELRY! It is advised to wear thick fabric pants or smooth legging that free of snaps, zips or exposed buckles that could shag the hammock fabric. We will practice yoga barefoot so all shows will be dropped at the door! Please remove all jewelry prior to practicing yoga as it can snag or rip our fabric hammocks.

Should I eat something before the class or on an empty stomach?

We will recommend student to avoid heavy meal before class at least for 2 hours.