- Aerial fitness & yoga classes
- Taught by cirque artists
- Silks, trapeze & more
- All ages & fitness levels
- Expires Nov 30, 2011
- Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. 24 hour advance reservation required. Classes are non-transferable. Must fully redeem classes by 11/30/11. New clients only. May redeem across visits.
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
- For $50, you get a five-class punch card (a $110 value).
- For $90, you get a 10-class punch card (a $190 value).
Aerial silks wrap around twirling bodies in cirque-arts and yoga classes that invigorate workouts with the high-flying excitement of big top acrobatics. Founded and taught by a pair of professional cirque artists who hold safety in the highest regard, the CirqueFit regimen enables students of all ages and fitness levels to release their inner spider monkeys in classes that liberate minds and bodies from the tyranny of gravity. Bodies swathed in silk ribbons form star formations in cirque-arts classes that incorporate aerial trapeze maneuvers into a routine designed to work muscles and conquer fears of height.
Spiritual levitation takes on an entirely literal meaning during aerial yoga classes, during which students rack up frequent-flier miles with midair movements that release tension, decompress the spine, and naturally align the body. Acro yoga classes add Thai massage to the mix as partners create living, breathing sculptures to boost core strength and trick museum curators into purchasing them for millions of dollars.
Adults don’t get to have all the fun, as CirqueFit classes for kids and preschoolers allow young ones to express themselves through an array of solo cirque skills that include trapeze, lyra, stilts, juggling, and plate spinning. Since punch cards are valid for any class on the studio’s extensive schedule, family members may choose to split classes or stage aerial battles to determine whom gets to attend each week.
To aid in creating a healthy environment for others, instructors ask that students bring a personal towel and not wear perfume or heavy makeup to class.