Learn to fly with us! Whether you're an experienced aerialist or a brand new beginner, we offer classes for any level every day of the week. If you're brand new to aerial, one of our Level 1 series is the place to start. We recommend Fabric or Trapeze 1 before branching out to other apparatus. We offer series for Sling, Lyra, Aerial Pole, Rope and more!
Elevate your yoga practice to a new level! Aerial Yoga follows the same principles as mat-based yoga classes, while implementing a fabric hammock to provide stability and support as students move through their class flow. We offer Aerial Yoga classes in a variety of styles, to accommodate whatever type of workout our students are looking for. Aerial Yoga-Basics is recommended for new students before progressing to our other Aerial Yoga offerings.
These classes are for students looking to start a new strength-training regimen or seeking to mix up their current fitness routine. FlyFit and Flexibility are open to students of all levels- no prior experience necessary! Students participating in Aerial Conditioning should be familiar with basic aerial techniques such as climbing, and inverting.
The majority of our youth programs run as part of our 10-Month School Year Program. Enrollment for the 2017-2018 program has ended, however we do offer ongoing 8 week sessions on Saturdays for youth ages 4-11. These classes are open to new students throughout the year. If you are interested in registering a child for any of these classes, please send an email with your child’s name, age, and desired class time, as you cannot complete the necessary steps online. All students must have a safety waiver with parent or legal guardian signature, prior to participation. (This cannot be a friend’s parent, it MUST be a legal parent/guardian). Enrollment for the 2018-2019 School Year Program will open in July. In the meantime check out our camps, 8 week sessions, and private lessons.
Our teen classes are specially-designed for students 12-17 years old. Most of our teen classes run as part of our 10-Month School Year Program. Enrollment for the 2017-2018 program has ended, however we do offer drop in classes during the week. Beginners start with Teen Fly 1, to learn the basics of the silks and trapeze. All of our teen drop in classes are ongoing, so students are welcome to join and attend throughout the year, although we recommend preregistering to ensure a spot on the roster. All students must have a safety waiver with parent or legal guardian signature, prior to participation. (This cannot be a friend’s parent, it MUST be a legal parent/guardian). Enrollment for the 2018-2019 School Year Program will open in July. In the meantime check out our camps, drop in classes, and private lessons.
Spring Break Camps
A-WOL Spring Break Camps and Workshops for Youth and Teens! We will be offering an Aerial & Circus 1/2 Day Camp Monday March 26th - Thursday March 29th from 1:00-5:00 pm for students ages 6-12. Students may attend a single day or all four! Play with a variety of skills such as aerial, tumbling, dance, hooping, juggling, and theater. Learn how to make and use your own circus props to take home at the end of camp!
For the experienced student age 9-17, we will also be running an Audition Prep Workshop on Saturday, March 31 from 2-5:30 pm. Prepare for auditions with A-WOL's "Aeros" Youth Company, circus schools, performances, etc. Build confidence, play with improvisation, and understand the audition process. Students will go through a mock audition and receive judges feedback to integrate into their training.
First time at A-WOL?
What do I wear?
We recommend students wear stretchy exercise-type clothing that allows you to move freely. (Capri pants work best.) Our warehouse temperature fluctuates throughout the year so layers can be very helpful. No necklaces, rings, or large earrings are allowed. (They tend to get caught and can cause injury to you or other students or damage to the equipment.) Please refrain from wearing lotions (as this makes equipment difficult to grip) and perfume or oils (as they can be disruptive to other students’ enjoyment of the space).
What to bring?
A water bottle and a willingness to learn.
Please Be on time to class!
Warming up is the key to injury prevention. Students who arrive more than 10 minutes late to the designated start time will be asked not to participate (and not eligible for a refund of the preregistration purchase).
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