We offer aerial workshops to the public, private lessons and weekly classes to the members of our studio. If this is your very first time trying aerials, you can either participate in one of our monthly Introductory Workshops or take a private workshop/lesson that you organize.

Our Introductory Workshops are held the first and third Saturday of every month from 2:00-4:00pm. To reserve your spot, please send us an email titled "Workshop Reservation" with the date of your choosing, your name, number, email address (if different then your sending address), and planned method of payment (include any and all voucher numbers if applicable). OR, just click right here and go straight to our contact page!

We are also available for parties, performances and events of all kinds. Email us at for details!


You'll want to wear a shirt that completely covers your armpit area and your stomach. You will be much more comfortable if the shirt isn't too loose, and can be tucked in easily as you will be upside down very often!Wear pants that are easy to move around in, and that will cover the backs of your knees... longer Capri pants will work, but shorts will not. Avoid wind-pants and other slick materials unless you are an experienced aerialist. We have found that full length cotton yoga pants or leggings are the most versatile and comfortable.

Layers, layers, layers! Most of our participants prefer to wear two layers (a tank top or leotard underneath, and a fitted long sleeve shirt on top that can be tucked in for certain moves) as it is the most suited for what we do at our studio!


What's next?

Once you have taken an Introductory Workshop, you are welcome to become a member of our studio! Following your workshop, if you are interested in becoming a member, please send us an email and we will find a weekly class or more that fits your schedule and level!

All of our classes include training in both aerial trapeze and aerial silks. Our members are required to participate on both pieces of equipment. We have discovered through the decades of teaching and training that in order to be the best aerialist one can be, the use of both pieces of equipment is necessary, making you stronger, both physically and mentally.


“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth

with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been,

and there you will always long to return.” 

Some photography provided by Lauren Coakley, Frank Multari, and Jen Keehn.