The Basics: If you choose an aerial or floor yoga class ~ all our classes are appropriate for all levels of practitioners. Our teachers are trained to understand individuals bodies and practice needs. Our studio provides all props that are needed to find your practice. We do ask that you bring your own mat but, if you cannot no worries we have ones to borrow.
Aerial yoga classes are fun and offer a way for anyone to practice yoga. The aerial hammock is used as a prop to assist in providing deeper stretching, elongation of the spine, & find proper alignment, while reducing the pressure on the joints. It can take a few classes to understand how the aerial hammock works with your body & practice. We ask that you wear a t-shirt instead of a tank top to class & that you do not wear rings, wrist jewelry, necklaces, or dangling earrings. This is to prevent any tearing of the hammock and for your safety.
What You Need To Know: It is best if you register to reserve your spot for class on-line prior to class. This is especially important for aerial yoga classes as there are limited spaces open. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early for class and let your teacher know of any injuries or restrictions that you may have. Bring a mat, but if you do not have one...don't worry you can borrow one of ours. Drink plenty of water and bring a water bottle with you. And keep it light, try not to eat heavy before you come to class.
Aerial Yoga Stretch ~ This class provides a deep stretch sequence while optimizing your balance. Traditional asanas (yoga poses) are practiced in this class but, most of this class is done with the aerial hammock.
Aerial Yoga Vinyasa ~ In this class we mix traditional floor yoga sequence with aerial yoga asanas. This class works your major and minor muscles.
Aerial Yoga Cardio Strength ~ This class is so much fun!! While listening to upbeat music this class combines 25 minutes of floor HITT class with 30 minutes of aerial yoga strength. We use your own body weight to build muscle. This class is slightly more advanced but, beginners are welcomed.
Aerial Yoga ~ This class can be a combination of all the above classes. We do not do cardio in this class only aerial yoga.
Power Yoga ~ This class is a traditional vinyasa yoga class that works on building heat and strength through a mandala yoga sequence.
Hatha Yoga ~ Hatha yoga is a slow flow that focuses on hold traditional asanas to build your practice while being able to find the meditation in your practice.
Morning Light Yoga ~ Slow flow focused on alignment and balance for your body.
Floor Yoga ~ Traditional Vinyasa sequence which means sun salutations and warrior poses that may have a peak pose to work towards. Mindful Restorative Yoga ~ Most of this class is done on the floor with a lot of props. Working on fascia release, relaxation, & restoring the body, mind, & spirit.
Candlelight Yoga ~ This is a mix of restorative and vinyasa yoga focused on relaxing in a candle lit room.
Hot Vinyasa Yoga ~ This class is a similar traditional sequenced hot yoga class where the room is heated somewhere between 80-85 degrees. Bring water. Cold towels provided after class. SUPs (Stand Up Paddleboard) ~ This yoga is done on a paddleboard on McPhee. It is so much FUN, you gain balance, laugh, and strengthen you body all at the same time! Weather depending of course, bring your paddleboard, a life vest, small anchor and rope...and an open mind!