Is there an age limit?
Age restrictions are 12 year upwards
Is it beginner friendly?
Yes! You don't have to have practised 'Aerial yoga' before, we do advise you to have done a little bit of Yoga before OR Aerial silks.
Is Aerial Yoga safe?
All sports carry some form of risk. Aerial yoga is an incredibly safe sport. However, if you’ve recently had surgery on your hips, knees, ankles or back then you should consult with your doctor before using a yoga swing.
What if it rains?
Each aerial yoga frame has its own cute shelter so you won't get wet! We can still practice outside and enjoy the outside environment.
Can pregnant woman practice aerial yoga?
Pregnant women should not use a yoga swing or other aerial apparatus. However, many women who are experienced aerialists who become pregnant often continue practising with modified versions of poses.
I have a Health Condition, can I try Aerial Yoga?
You should also exercise extreme caution if you have osteoporosis, glaucoma, high blood pressure, low blood pressure or any neurological conditions. Please check with a medical professional as aerial yoga may not be safe for you, but your doctor could recommend another form of exercise or some modified versions of aerial yoga positions. Always consult a doctor before starting a new fitness regime.
Can Heavy People Use Yoga Swings?
Most apparatus and equipment used for aerial yoga is generally tested with a maximum weight of 330lbs (150kg). If the equipment is used correctly then aerial yoga apparatus, rigging and hammocks/swings are safe to use at home or in a commercial setting. Most swings can carry two peoples weight.