Aerial Yoga

Aerial yoga is a type of yoga that incorporates the use of a fabric hammock or swing, also known as an aerial silk, to support and deepen traditional yoga postures. It combines elements of traditional yoga, Pilates, dance, and acrobatics, and provides a unique way to practice yoga by suspending the body in the air.
During an aerial yoga class, students typically perform a series of postures while supported by the hammock, which can be adjusted to different heights depending on the student’s level of comfort and experience.
The hammock can also be used as a prop to assist with balance, flexibility, and alignment. Aerial yoga has many potential benefits, including increased flexibility, strength, and relaxation. It can also help to decompress the spine and reduce stress on the joints, as well as improve circulation and boost mood.

Aerial Lyra

Aerial Lyra, also known as aerial hoop or cerceau, is a type of aerial acrobatics that involves performing various movements and poses on a suspended metal hoop. The hoop, which is typically made of steel or aluminium and ranges in size from 24 to 36 inches in diameter, is hung from a rigging point above the ground and the performer uses it as a platform to showcase their strength, flexibility, and grace while suspended in mid-air.
Aerial Lyra requires a combination of skills including balance, strength, coordination, and flexibility. Performers use their upper body strength to hold and manoeuvre themselves on the hoop while also engaging their core and lower body to maintain balance and control. Some common moves in aerial Lyra include spins, drops, poses, and transitions between poses. Aerial Lyra is often performed as part of circus acts or in aerial dance performances, but it can also be practiced as a form of fitness or as a hobby.

Aerial Mellow


Aerial Mellow Pilates is a type of Pilates that incorporates the use of aerial silks or hammocks to perform various exercises and movements. It is similar to traditional mat Pilates, but with lower height level of hammock and the added element of being suspended in the air, which challenges the body in new ways.
In aerial mellow Pilates, the fabric hammock is used as a tool to support and stabilize the body during exercises, providing an extra challenge to the core and other muscle groups. The hammock can also be used to deepen stretches and increase flexibility.
Some of the benefits of aerial Pilates include improved core strength, enhanced flexibility, improved balance and coordination, and reduced stress on the joints. It can also be a fun and challenging way to mix up a traditional Pilates routine.

Aerial Hammock

Spinning Flow

Aerial hammock spinning is a type of yoga practice that incorporates the use of an aerial hammock or sling to perform yoga poses while spinning or swinging in the air. It also refer to emphasizes fluidity, musicality and expressive movement. Aerial hammock spinning combines the benefits of traditional yoga practice, such as increased flexibility, strength, and relaxation, with the added challenge and excitement of aerial acrobatics.
In Aerial hammock spinning, performers may use the music as inspiration for their movements, creating a dynamic, flowing choreography that showcases their strength, grace and flexibility. The rhythm of the music may influence the pace and intensity of the flow skills, performers using changes in tempo and dynamics to create a sense of tension and release.
During an aerial yoga spinning class, the practitioner uses the hammock to support their body weight and perform yoga poses, such as inversions, backbends, and balances, while also spinning or swinging in the air. The spinning or swinging motion adds an element of challenge and fun to the practice, while also providing a deeper stretch and strengthening of the muscles.
Aerial hammock spinning can be practiced by individuals of all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. It is a low-impact form of exercise that is gentle on the joints and can help improve posture, relieve stress, and increase overall well-being.

Aerial Yoga Kids

Suitable for Kids and Teens ages between 7-16

Aerial yoga for kids is a modified version of traditional aerial yoga that is designed to be fun, safe, and accessible for children. In aerial yoga for kids, children use a fabric hammock or sling to support their weight and explore different yoga poses in a playful and creative way.

Aerial yoga for kids can have many benefits, including building strength, flexibility, and coordination, promoting body awareness and mindfulness, and fostering a sense of creativity and imagination. Kids may enjoy the novelty and excitement of practicing yoga in the air, and the supportive hammock can make challenging poses easier and less intimidating.

Strala Yoga

Flow class suitable for beginners and experiences

Strala yoga is a modern style of yoga founded by Tara Stiles in 2008. It is a dynamic and flowing practice that emphasizes natural movement and breath, rather than holding static postures. Strala yoga is designed to help practitioners move with ease, build strength, and release tension in the body. It is accessible to people of all fitness levels and can be practiced as a form of exercise or as a form of meditation.

Gentle Yoga

Gentle yoga is a more traditional style of yoga that emphasizes relaxation and mindfulness. It typically involves slower movements and gentle stretching, making it a good option for people who may be recovering from injury, dealing with chronic pain, or looking for a more restorative practice. Gentle yoga classes may also incorporate meditation, breathing exercises, and other relaxation techniques.