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Aerial Classes at Still & Moving Center

Our Aerial School offers vertical options for yoga and dance. In Aerial Yoga, the silk hammock supports the body’s weight to attain optimal alignment and spinal decompression, accessible to all ages. The silks, trapeze and steel lyra hoops support students in exciting, vertical choreography. Current offerings include: Suspended Restorative Yoga workshops, Aerial Yoga and Aerial Dance – Lyra & Silks.

Whether you like to relax or challenge  yourself, there is something for everyone in our Aerial Program.  Come and hang out with us in our amazing facility!

We are the premiere aerial yoga teacher training facility on the pacific rim.


aerial-yoga-feature14 Day Get The Hang of Aerial Pass

$65 for three Aerial Classes!
Available ONLY on the day of your first aerial class!

Please inquire at the front desk for this special offer. Kama’aina only!

If you ever wondered what it would be like to fly – this is a package for you! Come and find out what it is like to move safely in vertical space. Experience the spinal decompression. This pass is a great introduction to our Aerial Yoga, Aerial Conditioning and Aerial Dance program. In the small class size of a Level 1 Aerial, you will learn all the basics required to take our classes in lyras, hammocks or silks.

Learn from the leaders! Still & Moving Center was the first place to offer Aerial Yoga on island of Oahu, the first place to offer Aerial Yoga Teacher Trainings. You will love the instruction you receive from our highly trained, skilled aerial teachers. Check out our Aerial Schedule below!

Contra-indications for aerial classes: glaucoma, heart conditions, fused spine, pregnancy stages beyond doctor’s recommendation.

Clothing requirements: tight-fitting; no zippers or metal; under-arms covered. No jewelry.

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