Lyra
Classes

Flight Risk Aerials Lyra Classes (Aerial Hoop)

Fly your way to fitness with our Lyra classes!

Lyra (also known as Aerial Hoop, Aerial Ring or Cerceau) is a circular steel apparatus resembling a hula hoop suspended from the ceiling, on which circus artists may perform aerial acrobatics.

Our lyra classes regularly sell out, so please click here to reserve your spot online and register for an upcoming class!

Intro To Lyra

In this class you will learn Lyra basics such as mounting the hoop, posing, spinning and moving within it. All fitness levels and all shapes and sizes are welcome - no experience is necessary! Lyra classes are great for building core strength and increasing your flexibility.

Lyra Level 2

This class is for intermediate and advanced students only. An interested student MUST go to at least 1 intro class and speak to the instructor before joining the mixed level class. This intensive lyra class weaves together basic/transitional moves, inversions, flips, standing poses, and advanced tricks. After a thorough warm-up and stretching, aerialists will progress through a planned sequence of moves with ever-increasing difficulty in order to build muscles and endurance. Emphasis will include performing each pose left-handed and right-handed to achieve a balanced work-out and symmetry.

Vertical Playground

This class is for intermediate and advanced students only. An interested student MUST speak to the instructor of the class before joining. For those who already know the fundamentals of aerial silks, sling and/or lyra. This class focuses on cooperative performances, fusion/cross disciplinary performances, unusual/experimental apparatus, choreography, creating videos, and artistic aerial projects.

Open Studio: For Pole Dance & Aerial Practice

Join us for our open aerial silks, lyra & pole dance practice session or "play time". This class is moderated but not formally taught. An instructor will be there to help you and answer any questions you may have. Practice your skills, work on your routines, or just play & have fun!

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Our pole dance & aerial classes regularly sell out. Click here to reserve your spot!

What To Wear To Lyra Classes

Be sure to thoroughly clean your hands, arms and legs before class to get rid of any lotion or lotion residue that may be on there!!! Please do not wear any bracelets, watches or rings and they will get scratched and will scratch our poles. Wear short or long sleeves if you want to prevent chaffing under the arms, but tank tops or sports bras are fine. All clothing should be close fitting, especially at the ankles - leggings work best - with bare feet or socks with grippy soles. Leg warmers are a good idea too!