Aerial Yoga

Beginner-friendly aerial yoga: Silks, strength, serenity and fun. Elevate tone, aid recovery, Yoga in the air.

Aerial Yoga is a form of Yoga that is done using soft, fabric hammocks that hang from the ceiling. This can be a great way to work on your fitness, flexibility, muscle strength, and more. It's a unique form of Yoga that allows you to get deeper into poses with a low-impact approach. It's beginner-friendly, it's unique, And it's super fun!

The hammock offers a unique feeling of being 'weightless' and supported - perfect if you have stiffness/aches or pains. It's ideal for Yoga beginners to advanced! Whether you are a long-time Yogi or dreaming about trying Yoga for the first time, this is a fun and unique way to discover Yoga from a new perspective. Here you can access asanas beyond your reach in a traditional yoga class – true inversions, deeper supported backbends, attainable handstands, and cocoon-like savasana.

Please be advised

Aerial Yoga is not recommended if you have or are experiencing any of the listed: Vertigo, Inner Ear Conditions, Recent Surgery, Glaucoma, Recent Concussion or Head Injury, Epilepsy, Recent Stroke, Pregnancy, Propensity for Fainting, Hiatal Hernia, If you are taking any medications that can cause dizziness, lightheadedness, propensity for fainting, or extreme fatigue.

Why do aerial yoga?

Aerial yoga offers all of the great benefits you get from traditional yoga and more, such as:

  • Increased flexibility
  • Muscle strengthening
  • Stress relief
  • Better focus

Wear tight-fitting clothes

Baggy clothes can cause extra hassle while trying to manoeuvre and do new poses in the hammock. Form-fitting clothes like leggings and slim fit t-shirts or tank tops might be a better option. Bring a long sleeve top!

Ditch your shoes

You will find that going barefoot will be much easier and feel much more natural when it comes to doing aerial Yoga than doing it with shoes on. If being barefoot makes you uncomfortable, you could get a pair of yoga socks or wear your regular socks.