These are the classes we usually offer each session; check the enrollment page for current offerings. Our sessions are 7-8 weeks long; if you click the signup button and don’t see any classes to enroll in, it means we’re in the middle of a session. Check our calendar to see when the next session begins, and sign up for our mailing list to be notified when you can sign up. Our drop-in fitness classes are always available.
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This one-hour class will introduce you to a variety of basic, low-to-the-ground moves on aerial silks, trapeze, and other aerial apparatuses, depending on which instructor is teaching! Check out the studio, meet an instructor, and find out if aerial arts are for you! All are welcome, there are no prerequisites.
This class for beginners will sample trapeze, hoop, and slings, also known as aerial hammock. Learn the basic physical vocabulary of aerial arts through fun, challenging and attainable progressions. Apparatus-specific conditioning and flexibility are also introduced to help build your sustainable aerial foundation. This class is a prerequisite for level [...]
Open to beginning aerialists or anyone new to vertical apparatus. Learn foundation skills on silks and rope, with a focus on building form and body awareness on the apparatus. We will break down the elements of climbing and inverting with progressions designed to build strength and endurance. No prerequisites.
Sample beginner material on a vertical apparatus with aerial silks as well as introductory horizontal material on stationary trapeze. Students in this class will gain familiarity in both apparatus styles and build a working foundation for aerial with conditioning and flexibility exercises.
This class is for students who have taken Intro to Horizontals or have received instructor permission to enroll. We’ll learn basic mounts, fundamentals, and some fun shapes and tricks on hoop, slings, dance trapeze and static trapeze.
In this class, you will build your vertical vocabulary and work on short sequences, as we continue to condition and build strength, comfort, and endurance on vertical apparatus. Prerequisites: Able to invert with no assistance and hold a straddle inversion for 3 seconds, and perform two different climbs on each [...]
This class is for students who have taken Intro to Horizontals or have received instructor permission to enroll. We'll learn basic mounts, fundamentals, and some fun shapes and tricks on static and dance trapeze.
Rope can be intimidating. April did trapeze for years and thought she would never be able to do rope. A kind circus artist took her under their wing, and showed her that if you can hang on and invert, you can rope. In this class, April will teach fun and [...]
Beginner/intermediate will build on basic wraps learned in intro to vertical and intro to horizontals including leg lock and star sequences. This class will focus on building a relationship with the sling, understanding wrap theories, and building strength and endurance. Focus of skills will include pull over mounts, supported and [...]
This class is for you if you are comfortable in the air and are interested in playing with tricks you know and finding different paths in and out of the familiar. We will explore movement from balance, shapes and tricks on the apparatus with a focus on building your own [...]
This class is for students with rope or silks experience. We will explore rope climbs, transitions, and sequencing with a focus on building air time endurance and wrap fluency. Rotations and drops will also be introduced to build your rock and roll bad ass vocabulary. Prerequisites: inversion from the air, [...]
Students will be guided through aerial sling skills such as mounts, dismounts, wraps and drops. Students will also use the sling for strengthening and flexibility exercises. The skills learned will be built upon in higher level slings classes. Prerequisites: able to straddle and pull over onto the apparatus with no [...]
This class is for students who have mastered classic and Russian climbs, double footlocks, and can comfortably invert from a climb. Material in this class will focus on learning and refining single rotation drops, intricate wraps, climbs, and transitions with focus on strength building and gaining stamina for longer sequences. [...]
We will work on improving strength, balance, and refining beginner tricks. These foundations will be combined with intermediate skills to create polished sequences unique to the class. We will focus on cleaning up tricks for economy of movement and strong, fluid transitions. Prerequisites: clean pullover at various heights w/o assistance, [...]
In this class we will perform longer sequences and explore transitions. We will also challenge your slings theory knowledge and expand your creativity. Prerequisites: You must have a solid understanding of the sling and body awareness. Please be able to perform a clean straddle inversion and pull over from a [...]
This class will focus on building strength for straight arm inversions with and without momentum. We will explore split tissue sequences in order to find new pathways into basic locks and wraps. Prerequisites: Intermediate silks or equivalent. One entry into s-wrap and knowledge of wheeldowns. Can invert multiple times from [...]
This class will focus on the artistry of our aerial practice. Students will work with simple phrases in the air and apply concepts of Time, Space and Energy to lengthen and vary the aesthetic structure of the phrase. Prerequisites: intermediate silks or rope. Straight arm inversion (momentum ok, doesn't have [...]
This class will focus on basic beats including; Bell, Scissor, Front-Back, Straddle, Break Beats, dynamic climbs, and release moves. We will explore dynamic entrances and exits, and differences that occur when using a vertical apparatus vs horizontal apparatus. Prerequisites: repeated inversions in the air and from the ground, clean pull [...]
In this class, intermediate and advanced students can begin to build strength and stability on straps. Straps fundamentals will be introduced, as well as advanced conditioning skills that can be used for specific straps skills, and/or translated to other apparatus to unlock your advanced aerial potential. Class size is [...]
Aerial Pilates is a flying version of yoga and pilates with a focus on form, stretching, strength, and mindful movement of Pilates exercises and yoga poses using the fabric as a guide. Ends in a relaxing, cocoon-like savasana. No prerequisites.
This class focuses on time under tension with slow controlled ground based exercises. The movements will be slow but we will quickly be moving from one exercise to the next to help keep the heart rate up. We will use weights as well as the Slings but we will [...]
In this class we will focus on the benefits of active stretching. We will talk about the correct ways to stretch and when we should do certain types of stretches. The class will also emphasize the importance of a balance between strength and flexibility in order to promote longevity in [...]
Have you been away from trapeze for too long? This class is focused on reviewing and refreshing both basic and intermediate skills as well as adding to your repertoire. Trapeze Reboot is a multi-skill level class that will help fill in gaps in your knowledge and prepare you for your [...]
This 60 minute class uses Pilates-based core work to build the strength and connection to handle even the most demanding aerial moves with ease. Sliders and resistance bands will be used in addition to Silks/Slings. We will troubleshoot individual problem areas and work on maintaining excellent form in the air [...]
In this class kids 5-10 learn basic skills on fabric and slings, both right side up and upside down! Instructor Merrily uses games, exploration and creative time to create a fun, non-competitive environment for kids to learn and play. A trained youth aerial instructor, Merrily consults with an early childhood [...]
In this youth class, flyers ages 8-13 build confidence and strength as they get moving and get upside down! Foundational circus skills and conditioning will be taught in a fun, game-based setting. Silks is the featured apparatus. Prerequisites: ages 8-13 or instructor permission.