This page provides basic descriptions for the classes we offer. Not all classes are offered all year round. Please check the schedule page to see what is currently being offered and to sign up! If you are unsure of where to start check out our studio policies and FAQ section.
Introduction to Aerials
This is a single class workshop for brand new beginners that introduces students to the basics on Aerial Fabric, Static Trapeze, and Lyra. No experience necessary, only a basic level of physical fitness is needed. This class is an opportunity for students that are new to aerial to try it out with no commitment to a full course.
Open practice allows for current students to get more practice time on the equipment. This is a supervised open practice and does not have an instructor leading the class. Students must be currently enrolled in a course to participate in open practice. This is designed for students to practice what they are learning in class and is not appropriate for learning new material.
This is a mixed level class geared towards the beginner or intermediate hooper. It will cover isolations, body hooping, and off body hooping. This class focuses on learning a variety of tricks and learning body awareness. The tricks taught in this class will prepare you for Hoop Flow.
This class is for the intermediate or advanced hooper. It focuses mostly on choreography, transitions, and doubles. This is a fast moving class with lots of drills. It is recommended that you take Hoop Fundamentals or have at least a year of hooping under your belt before signing up for this class.
Mixed Level Hoop
This class covers everything from waist hooping to tosses. Practice moves in both directions and learn to hoop with your own unique style. Suitable for any level with modifications for beginners and challenges for the more advanced hooper.
This 6 week course is suitable for brand new students, those who have taken our Introduction to Aerials class, or our Beginner mini series. It covers basic climbs, locks, and poses on aerial silks and static trapeze. This class will be working low to the ground. This level must be taken first unless special permission is given.
This level is for those ready to move on from Mixed Aerials 1. It covers a lot of material and is appropriate for a beginner/intermediate student. It focuses on building your vocabulary, strength, and expanding your knowledge of different moves. Moves that have been introduced on the ground will be taken in the air. There is a lot of material covered here and students should expect to stay in this level for a significant period of time before moving on. Please do not sign up for this level unless it has been approved by an instructor.
This level is appropriate for those ready to move on from Mixed Aerials 2. It requires a lot of strength and previous experience. You must have a mastery of all previous moves to be in this level. This level brings you higher up into the ropes and focuses on building your stamina, strength, and working on sequences. Please do not sign up for this level unless it has been approved by an instructor.
This level is for experienced aerialists that are looking to explore their own creativity in the air. It includes instruction in advanced sequencing and multi-step drops. Please do not sign up for this level unless it is approved by an instructor.
This class focuses on Dance Lyra (aerial hoop) and aerial silks. It covers basic skills and movement under and inside the aerial hoop. Beginner students may sign up for this course but it is recommended that students begin in Fabric/Trapeze 1 for a more solid foundation. There will be spinning in this class.
This level is appropriate for those students who have permission to advance from Fabric/Hoop 1 or are currently enrolled in Fabric/Trapeze 2. It explores transitions and sequencing, building on curriculum learned in the level 1 class and explores movement within the ropes of the hoop. Please do not sign up for this level unless it is approved by an instructor.
This level is appropriate for those students who have permission to advance from Fabric/Hoop 2. It covers more dynamic movements and expands even more on sequencing using all areas of the hoop. Please do not sign up for this level unless it is approved by an instructor.