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  • Can I try a class before committing to a full term course?
    Workshops are the best way to try aerials before committing to a full course. We run introductory workshops between every term block. We also offer casual classes during the term, however these are only available in the first 3 weeks of the courses.
  • What should I wear to an aerial class?
    We recommend 3/4 to full length tights and a comfortable tight top. Anything too loose can get caught in the equipment or go over your head when you go upside down. No jewellery or footwear is permitted.
  • What if I don't have any strength or flexibility?
    Don't worry! Everyone starts at their own level. You will naturally gain strength and flexibility throughout our progressive classes. Not everyone starts with the same abilities and that is totally okay!
  • Can my child and I be in the same class?
    Unfortunately because of our structured syllabus we do not allow children and adults to be in the same classes. Children and adults learn very differently, so it's only fair they are each given the correct environment for their learning. If you would like to do classes specifically with your child we do offer semi-private lessons.
  • How many people are in a class?
    We have a maximum of 10 students in each class. Typically we only allow 2 students per apparatus. This maximises air time, but makes sure you still get rest between skills.
  • Is there car parking?
    We only have very few carparks in front of our unit. However in the middle of the carpark there are rows available for all visitors. Please do not park directly in front of another unit as they are reserved.
  • Can I bring a spectator?
    You may bring someone along to view your class occasionally, however we are not set up for a group of spectators daily. No primary school aged children are to be spectators without a parent or guardian with them at all times who is not partaking in a class. Parents can spectate during their child's class. Please note that our spectating area is upstairs, and may not be accessible to everyone.
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