There's much speculation about how Aerial classes hold so much benefit for the body. Most of the poses in the gravity defying class allows your joints to be decompress and in some poses, even your spine may be targeted to get the best of decompression of the spine, but not without it's precautions to those with existing spinal conditions that needs a medical attention. With the current increase in numbers for aerial demands, studios are having a waitlist for students that wants to try join a class! With this demand calls for demands in training and competitiveness in trying to grab the most numbers of students in a class. So how much is a class for aerial you ask? Well look below to know the classes, frequency and pricing for each of the current studios that are available for you to try out classes:
So with the differences of classes and prices which should i try?! Each of us have different expectations of how a class should be and what you want to learn. Ask yourself what do you want to achieve by joining the Aerial classes, are you looking for a beginners class or are you looking for an advanced class and so on. The teachers in some studios actually take a rotation as they are teaching at multiple studios, so if you are keen to follow a teacher and how they teach, you should also consider looking at the studio's terms and conditions to signing with them(is there a contract/package etc). Also to look out for is the amount of students in a class, some places are slightly more crowded as they already have a big fan base of regulars who will come for the classes, some of the classes provide a more intimate class size in a sense that they don't take a lot of students, so you will be paying more for the smaller groups usually.
For those interested to learn how to teach, there is an entirely different range of people whom conducts Aerial Teacher Training Course(TTC). Fly fitness runs TTC often with Ming as the head instructor, running a five days course for aspiring "flight crew" to learn the complete hammock training to teach in a group or personal setting.
Aerial classes are not gender specific, nor is it age specific, it can be catered for both adults and kids, divas and princes and of any shapes. The only thing you need to know is that it does challenge you if you have never tried any aerial class before, but that's the best part of learning something new, you get stronger and move more fluently in a class after each practice. Start a lesson today and let us know where is your favourite studio and why!?
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