Aerial Hammock Classes:
Intro to Aerial (NOT Required)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who can take this class?
This class is open to women of any size, shape, or fitness level who are over the age of 18. No previous experience is required! If you are male or under 18, contact us for class alternatives.
Do I need to take Intro to Aerial before this?
You can sign up for Beginner Hammock without taking an Intro class. Take that Intro class if you’re not sure what apparatus you want to take an hour class on.
What should I wear?
Leggings that are past your knees, a tank top and a light long sleeve top that is form fitting. It is important that all your clothing not have zippers, rhinestones, sequence, or anything sharp as this would damage the apparatus.
What will happen in the class?
Class will start with a warm-up and will include strength building exercises. Then you’ll learn a few tricks and string them together for an in-air sequence. You’ll do some conditioning exercises that are FUN and specific to Hammock tricks. Then you will learn more tricks that create a second sequence. The class will end with stretching, time in your “bat cave” and rolling out your forearms with a ball. The hour class will FLY by!
How do I move to the next level?
When you attend your first Hammock class you will be given a card that has all the moves in the Beginner Hammock program listed. At every Beginner Hammock class or practice you attend you will write the date if a move was “introduced” or when you feel “proficient” in the move. “Proficient” means that you know what the move is and can execute it comfortably. We don’t expect it to be perfect to be proficient, just really comfortable. Once 90% of your Beginner Hammock card is “proficient” you can ask the instructor to clear you for Intermediate Hammock!
How many people are in the class?
Everyone has their own Hammock so that maximum class size is 10.
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1871 N. Silver Spring Drive
Appleton, WI 54913
Green Bay Studio
1601 Lawrence Drive
De Pere, WI 54115