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Take Flight

High Intensity



Defy Gravity




Defy Gravity









Aerial Yoga  and Aerial Fuzion are  2 types of classes offered. With the support of a silky, aerial fabric hammock you are able to explore, refine and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground but also, the aerial hammock offers the ability to do other muscle strengthening non-traditional yoga moves that works the whole body and awakens all your senses.


In an aerial yoga class you can relax and realign the body, center the mind and uplift the spirit. Your teacher Katia will guide you to experience physical release, refined strength, energetic flow, and awareness of breath, body and bandhas. Supported by the hammock, you’ll let go into gravity, deepen your practice and strength and experience a “natural high.”

No previous yoga experience is required.

Some of the Benefits


  • Increases flexibility, balance and restores the body's natural state of alignment

  • Reactivates the circulatory, digestive, and respiratory systems

  • Effective overall conditioning and increased muscle tone

  • Builds strength and awareness of the core and body

  • Decompression of the spine through inversions

  • Cleansing the body of toxins through inversions

  • Sense of fun, freedom and confidence

  • Mindfulness and breath awareness

  • Awakens life force (prana)

  • Complete relaxation


Physical Restrictions and Contraindications

Please talk to the teacher before attending class if you have any medical issues that prevent you from inverting or putting pressure on your skin. Check with your doctor before attending class if you have a spinal injury or any medical condition that might be effected by an Aerial Yoga class.

Possible contraindications include:

  • Recent Surgery

  • Heart Disease

  • Very High or Very Low Blood Pressure

  • Easy Onset Vertigo

  • Osteoporosis or Bone Weakness

  • Recent Concussion or Head Injury

  • Head Cold, Flu, or Sinusitis

  • Hiatal Hernia or Disc Herniation

  • Recent Stroke

  • Artificial or Re-Surfaced Hips

  • Botox (within 24 hours of class)  

Aerial Yoga Guidelines

  • Come in with an empty stomach.Do not eat a heavy meal at least 2 hours before your class.
  • Please do not chew gum.
  • Let your instructor know of any injuries and/or challenges you are experiencing.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes before class to set yourself up comfortably in your hammock.
  • Avoid wearing lotion or strong perfumes, that will be transferred to the hammock.
  • For your comfort it is recommended, that participants of Aerial Yoga wear leggings that cover the back of your knees and shirts that cover your armpits. Shorts are not recommended to be worn.
  • Do not wear clothing that has metal, buttons or zippers
  • Aerial Yoga can be exciting. For safety reasons, we ask that you are quiet and listen attentively while the teacher is talking.
  • Be considerate of the next person using the hammock and observe good personal hygiene
  • Listen to your body and take care of yourself during class.
  • Rest when needed by coming to child’s pose on your mat or resting in the hammock in a neutral position that feels good to you.
  • Cameras are welcomed to take photos after class

A unique class which blends yoga asanas and stretches, to warm up the body, followed by a fitness/strength program using:

light weights(held or worn around the ankles),

your own body weight (planks, push-ups etc.)

Pilates small ball

Resistance bands

and sometimes even the aerial hammock

to perform various body conditioning, muscle firming, toning and strengthening exercises. 


Hatha Yoga is the most widely practiced form of yoga in the world. Hatha Yoga uses postures (asana) and conscious breathing (pranayama) in combination with mental focus to develop awareness, strength, flexibility and relaxation. Through proper alignment and mindful actions of the body, Hatha Yoga brings balance, strength, and a sense of well-being to the practitioner.


There is a great deal of variety in our Hatha classes. Classes at all levels start with warm-ups and end with deep relaxation (savasana), but the body of Hatha classes varies...


  • Some classes use movement and breath together to produce a "flow" of postures that lead from one to the next,

  • others move slowly through gentle joint manipulations.

  • some incorporate poses from all pose types in a single class;

  • some warm up the body and then focus each class on a specific way of moving the body (back bending for example). 

Poses are often repeated several times with new details about alignment or sense awareness introduced with each repetition.


Some Benefits of Hatha Yoga:


  • Builds strength

  • Increases flexibility and muscle tone

  • Brings focus to the mind

  • Encourages physical and mental balance

  • Develops proper body alignment

  • Reduces stress

  • Encourages a sense of calm and peace

  • Increases lung capacity for better breathing

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