$120 Come to as many aerial classes as you like! (kids classes and aerial hoop sequencing not included)
$145 Choose any eight aerial classes that fit into YOUR schedule.
$20 Drop-in to one class at a time
Aerial Foundations (ages 15+)
STARTING MAY 15
Thursdays at 6:30pm
and Saturday at 2:30pm
1.5 hrs / 6 class series $110
(recommended since there is a minimum of 6 classes and a specific skill set needed to move forward)
Find strength and confidence as you discover your aerial training. This six week series will introduce you to aerial fabric, static trapeze, and hammock/sling. We will focus on proper technique and alignment with progressive conditioning to get you on the right track for skill/trick building. Gain confidence as you strengthen your total body and gain flexibility. The Aerial Foundation series is a pre-requisite to our Adult Aerial Level 1 and Lyra Technique. Students may choose to repeat this series as often as needed before moving forward.
Level 1 Aerial for Adults (ages 15+)
Tuesday at 11am and 6:30pm
Thursday at 11am
Friday at 6:30pm
and Saturday at 11am
1.5 hrs / $145 for 8 classes or $20 drop-in
Learn the basics of aerial silks, static trapeze, aerial hoop (lyra) and hammock. We support and encourage students in testing their limits while they gain strength, flexibility and confidence. Beginners welcome – all tricks start low until you are comfortable to take it higher into the air. *Must have completed Aerial Foundations and be able to execute the Foundation class skills. Instructor approval required*
Level 2 Aerial for Adults (18+)
Saturdays at 12:45pm / $145 for 8 classes or $20 drop-in
This class will take your aerial practice to the next level while learning more complicated and daring tricks on silks, trapeze, hammock and lyra. * Instructor permission required *
Fearless Flyers (ages 11 – 14)
Wednesdays 6:30 to 7:30pm
$130 for 8 classes or $20 drop-in
This class teaches the basics of climbing, balance, and aerial tricks while building flexibility and strength in the air. Students will learn aerial silks, hammock and static trapeze within a safe and encouraging environment. Great exercise for all shapes and sizes – beginners welcome!
The Monkey Pit (ages 8 – 10)
Wednesdays 5:15 to 6:15pm
$130 for 8 classes or $20 drop-in
Young aerialists will learn loads of fun circus skills as they safely explore poses and tricks in the air. Students will be taught to familiarize themselves with stretching, climbing, holds, and safe aerial fun on trapeze, silks and hammock in a supportive and encouraging environment. No experience necessary!
Flex and Stretch (ages 15+)
This class is currently on hold and will return soon
Thursdays from 8:15 to 9:30pm / $65 for 4 classes or $20 drop-in
(Included with the monthly unlimited pass)
Whether you can do a full split or barely touch your toes, this stretching class is for anyone looking to improve their flexibility or take it to the next level. Students will be guided through a warm up then focus on techniques that will increase range of motion while building the strength needed to support deeper flexibility. This floor based class focuses on many stretches including those to improve your back bend and splits that can be utilized in your aerial training, but also for those looking to promote better posture and decrease muscle soreness in everyday activities as well. Class welcome to students of all fitness and flexibility levels.
No aerial apparatuses are used in this class.
Lyra (aerial hoop) Technique
Sundays at 10 to 11am / $100 for 6 classes or $20 drop-in
(included with the monthly unlimited pass!)
*Must have completed Aerial Foundations and be able to execute the Foundation class skills. Instructor approval required*
Become the center of gravity and train your core and upper body for poise and balance! In this class you will learn step by step the basics of these suspended rings (A mix of double point, trap lyra, and single point will be utilized during the series). We will cover warm ups, strength training and proper technique through conditioning plus mounting, dismounting, beginner poses, short combinations, and training to balance with support from the hoop. Spinning is optional.
This class is recommended for students with at least one series of basic aerial techniques under their belt. Students should be familiar with and be able to execute hanging tuck position (feet off floor, knees lifted 90 degrees while hanging onto any apparatus) and be able to hang upside down for at least 10 seconds.
Lyra (aerial hoop) Sequencing & Beyond
Sundays at 11:30am to 12:45pm
$105 for 6 classes or $20 drop-in
(1/2 off with the monthly unlimited package, not included in the 8 class package)
In this class you will take it to the next level and begin training to spin while moving in and out of poses, working on top of the hoop, and sequencing the moves you’ve learned together. A mix of double point, trap lyra, and single point will be utilized during the series. We will cover warm up, strength training and proper technique through stamina building, holding poses, spinning, and transitions from move to move. After a few classes, the students may bring in their own song to sequence to and work on flow.
This class is recommended for students with at least 6 classes of aerial hoop basics under their belt, pending instructor approval (please email cherylwillardphoto@
Open Studio (ages 16+)
Tuesday and Friday from 8 to 9pm
Practice your climbs, tricks, drops or just come in for a workout. Open to current students and those with prior aerial experience. Instructors will be present to answer questions, but will not be teaching tricks.
Open studio is included with the Monthly Unlimited Pass.
$5 for registered students,
$10 for experienced aerialists not registered at Agora.
Private aerial instruction is available for all ages and experience levels. Schedule a lesson for yourself or a group of friends and choose the apparatuses you’d like to work on. Please email Sarah or Irina for availability and rates.
What do I wear / bring to class?
We recommend wearing snug-fitting clothing that covers under your arms and the backs of your knees. Leggings, leotards, tanks, tees, tights and hoodies all work well. Leg warmers or tall socks with the feet cut off are helpful to protect your feet when working on the lyra and trapeze. Clean feet and hands are much appreciated, long nails are not recommended.
Aerial can be quite a workout, so try to not eat two hours prior to class and make sure to bring a bottle of water.
What are the class rules?
Please download, read and talk with your child about our rules for safe play prior to coming to class.