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I'm new to yoga, can I practice at Studio Arise?

Yes, of course!

We cater to all sorts of levels of experience at Studio Arise across our Mat Yoga or Aerial Yoga classes. 

We would recommend any of our Basic classes if you are brand to any sort of Yoga practice. 

Do I need to bring anything?

Not a thing, just a willing attitude!

However, if you would like to practice with your own Yoga Mat, please bring one along. 

We have mats and towels to hire.

What are the benefits of aerial yoga?

There are a lot of benefits that can come from a regular aerial yoga practice, and one of the most important is it's capacity to relieve compression on the spine. 

Through its suspended poses, weight is taken off the legs and spine giving the whole length of the back freedom to stretch and recover.


Other benefits include challenging your central nervous system and mental capacity, build strength, encourages flexibility and it's beginner friendly! 



What if I arrive late? 

Please arrive early to avoid disrupting the teacher and other students.

This door is locked at the beginning of each class, no entry is permitted 5 minutes after the class-start time.

When entering a class, you are committing to stay for the full duration of the class - leaving early is not permitted unless in an emergency.

What is aerial yoga and can I do it? 

Aerial Yoga or Anti-Gravity Yoga is Yoga poses practised as you're suspended in a hammock. 

Poses can incorporate the floor and the mat, or purely in the air.

If you're new to Aerial, we recommend our Aerial Basic classes to get familiar with the practice. 

Do you have shower facilities?

Unfortunately, we don't have showering facilities.

What time should I arrive? 

We recommend arriving 10-15 minutes before your class start time. This gives you enough time to check in, talk to your instructor, adjust your hammock and settle in. 

Refunds or transfers?

Unfortunately we do not offer refunds or transfers. 

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