Aircraft Studio 2016-7051

New Students

The first spring session will run from March 3rd through April 23rd. All classes will meet seven times (price for enrolling: $165), but we’re taking the weekend of March 24th through 26th off for the charity fundraiser and staff showcase. Please take a second to review our cancellation policy at this link. Scroll down to see the full schedule!

Whether you’re a trained aerialist who wants to fine-tune an act, a performer who’s hoping to add a vertical dimension to a dance or burlesque routine, or you’re just looking for a fun and interesting way to get (or stay) in shape, there’s a place for you at AirCraft! Our schedule and course descriptions are available at the bottom of the page.

Most students who are new to aerials start with Level 1: Aerial Basics. We frequently offer one-time “Taster” classes as a way for people to introduce themselves to aerials without having to make the commitment of an eight-week session. And of course some students prefer the individual attention of a private lesson.

The majority of our students are adults with day jobs, who find at AirCraft a superb way to fitness, a nurturing environment, an artistic outlet, and new friendships. There are no friends like the friends who cheer you to climb higher!

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for tips on what to wear or how to prepare for a class. If you’d like some additional guidance on where to start, contact us any time!

To sign up for a class, click the “Sign Up Now” button on the schedule below. You will be prompted to create a MindBodyOnline account, or log into your existing one. If you don’t see the “Sign Up Now” button, it either means the class is full or registration is closed for the session. If you’re using a Gift Card, or signing up late at a prorated cost, you’ll need to register directly through MindBody at this link. We do not allow late signups for beginner classes after the second week.

You can submit a digital signature for our release form by clicking the blue button at the bottom right of this page. Doing it ahead of time not only saves the trees, it means getting to the fun part of class more quickly!