Adults – Aerial Arts

We offer classes in Silks (fabric), Static Trapeze, Lyra (aerial hoop) and Aerial Straps.

The class structure allows each participant to progress at their own pace. Whether for an introduction to the aerial arts or for pushing the technique in a particular discipline, our highly experienced and skilled coaches are here to share their passion and expertise!

Intro to aerial classes: 4-week session

New to the exciting world of aerial arts? Begin your journey with our Intro to Aerial class. During this program, you’ll get the chance to explore the wonderful world of three apparatuses: silks, trapeze, and lyra, while mastering some fundamental moves.

Level 1 and All-level classes: ongoing year-round

Once you’ve completed the Intro session or have prior aerial experience, you can join our Level 1 or All-Level classes. These classes offer you the opportunity to make aerial practice a regular part of your weekly routine. You can either enroll for the entire school year or reserve a single class.

Level 2-3 classes

For those with more experience under their belts, our Level 2-3 classes are tailored to your skill level. These classes offer a faster-paced and challenging environment, pushing you to refine your technique and artistic expression. We look forward to exploring the next level of your aerial journey together.

For aerial classes for children and teens, click here.

Teens are also welcome to the adult classes.

Click on the Register tab above to see the price and number of spots left for each class.
Details about the different price options are on our FAQ page.

Dress code: Athletic wear. Absolutely no: zippers, buttons, eyelets, plastic or metal of any kind on clothing and jewelry, as any of these could snag the aerial fabric. These could tear the fabrics as well as be uncomfortable for the trapeze. Leggings at least past the knee or track pants are great. A top that is either fitted or can be tucked into the pants is ideal for going upside down. Long hair must be tied back. We will work mainly in socks and barefoot.

Bring: A water bottle.

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