Aerial Silks, also known as aerial fabric, tissu, aerial ribbons or aerial curtains, is a quickly expanding and highly sought-after art form. Students will gain strength and increase flexibility learning to wrap, climb, spin, twist and drop, all while suspended in beautiful, soft aerial fabric. The beauty throughout the movement of the fabric wrapping around you is matched only by the dazzling aerial poses you will learn to create in this exciting and inspiring class.



Aerial Hoop (also known as Lyra, Aerial Ring or Cerceau) is a circular steel apparatus resembling a hula hoop suspended from the ceiling. In this class you will learn Aerial Hoop basics such as mounting the hoop, posing, spinning and moving within it.  Each class you will be challenged and guided through many different hoop tricks to create new and different combinations all while getting a great workout and having lots of fun. We offer all levels classes as well as choreography classes!


In our Aerial Hammock class, you will combine circus acrobatics with dance elements using the aerial sling.  An Aerial Hammock is the same material as an Aerial Silk, but has a loop on the bottom to create the hammock shape. Students will learn spins, drops, inverts, and twists while dancing in the air and creating beautiful shapes.  This class is similar to aerial silks but has less climbing and more spinning. It is a great choice if you prefer to stay lower to the ground, but still learn beautiful sequences, tricks, and elegant choreography. 



What should I wear/bring? Bare feet/athletic wear. No jewelry or zippers on clothing! No lotion as it can rub off and stain the silks/hammocks.  Some moves are better with long sleeves & pants. 

Do I need previous experience? Not at all! Anyone can try aerial and there are no skill requirements.

Should I eat before class? We recommend eating a light meal before class to prevent dizziness, as training aerial on an empty stomach may result in discomfort. Eating something with ginger can help with dizziness as well!