Whether you’re an intensive yoga junkie who’s always looking to explore new yoga techniques and reinvented yoga classes, or a yoga newbie who’s looking for a fun activity to jazz up your fitness plan, you have to hear about this up and coming fitness routine: aerial yoga.
Sometimes referred to as “anti-gravity yoga” or “flying yoga”, aerial yoga makes you perform yoga poses while suspended in mid-air! You are held by a hammock, which is supported by carabineers, support chains and webbing straps. Typically, the moves also incorporate influences from Pilates and dance.
Aerial yoga is generally recommended for people with experience in yoga. If you’re totally new to yoga, you should consider attending basic yoga classes first before advancing to an aerial yoga class. But if you’re ready to take on a new challenge, read on to find out about the seven aerial yoga studios we’ve curated for you.
1. Yoga Mala
At Yoga Mala, professional safety instructions are adhered to following the usage of the hammock. At Yoga Mala, professional safety instructions on using the hammock are strictly adhered to. Participants can expect to learn how to use their core in finding their balance in the various manoeuvring poses. A ton of muscle strengthening and stretches is to be expected!
For class details, refer to their schedule for the different timings! Yoga Mala has an Aerial 10 Class rate which consists of 10 class credits that are valid for 4 months from the date of purchase.
Yoga Mala is located at 49A, Circular Road, Singapore 049404.
2. Aerial Fitness Studio
Led by two trainers Hazel and Ringo, Aerial FitnessStudio conducts open classes to all and drop-ins are most definitely welcomed here. The class introduces you to a series of unconventional suspension techniques and enables you to tone your body too. Participants are encouraged to attend regularly for visible improvement. The best part is, beginners are welcomed here! Drop-in prices are at S$30 and a 3-class starter goes for S$70 with a 2-week expiry. 20 sessions of their aerial yoga class are priced at S$500, to be utilised within 6 months.
Aerial Fitness Studio is located at 114 Lavender Street #01-42, CT Hub 2, Singapore 338729.
3. MotionWerkz Yoga
MotionWerkz’s Power SwingMax strengthening class uses the Swing in conjunction with weights, resistance bands, gilders and other props to strengthen, tone and sculpt your muscle groups as you move your body through each pose. Expect a high-intensity workout as you embark on a challenging yet stimulating aerial yoga session with them. The class is conducted for a full 60 minutes and is suitable for all levels from beginners to seasoned pros. You can look forward to going through a lot of muscle endurance and a full-body workout too! Rates for walk-in or single classes are at S$50 whereas a bundle of 4 classes go for S$180.
MotionWerkz Yoga is located at 2 Kallang Ave #07-22, CT Hub, Singapore 339407.
4. Platinum Yoga
At Platinum Yoga, Aerial Yoga will see you floating more than 3 feet above the ground. It combines traditional yoga with hammocks and structural fabric so that you can execute acrobatic movements and poses gracefully. Benefits include increased flexibility and core strength. For those who are a little cautious, Platinum Yoga offers Rope Yoga as well, where the rope is attached to a wall and you practice similar aerial yoga movements on the ground.
Platinum Yoga has outlets at
1 Marine Parade Central, Parkway Centre, #13-08/09, #11-09, Singapore 449408
3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-462-466, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983
Westgate Tower 1, Gateway Drive, #26-01, Singapore 608531
Westgate Mall, 3 Gateway Drive , #05-03, Singapore 608532
51 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #02-01. Singapore 569922
5. Upside Motion
Looking to build lean muscles, work out your core and increase flexibility? Upside Motion offers three classes to meet your desired workout. There are Pilates programmes for a variety of levels and training goals (including weight-loss, rehab and pre- and post-natal care), XtendBarre that combines ballet, Pilates techniques to work small muscle groups and sculpt bodies, and Aerial that allows you to fly, quite literally, off the ground.
Upside Motion’s single class is priced at S$49 and there are class bundles of 10 for S$425, 25 for S$925 and 50 for S$1625.
Upside Motion has outlets at
36 Armenian Street #02-03, Singapore 179934
321 Orchard Road #04-05 Orchard Shopping Centre, Singapore 23886
6A Shenton Way B1-01/02 OUE Downtown, Singapore 068815
6. Pure Yoga
At Pure Yoga, the Aerial Yoga 1 specialised class is suitable for students with some yoga experience looking to have a more invigorating practice. The class combines traditional asanas with the use of a hammock. Through the session, participants will be able to reap the benefits of deep relaxation, improve upper body and core strength and also relieve stress in the joints and spine. For more information on class rates, they can be contacted at +65 6733 8863 for their Ngee Ann City branch or +65 6304 2268 for their Chevron House outlet.
Pure Yoga has outlets at
#06-02 Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View, Singapore 018961
Level 18 Ngee Ann City Tower A, 391A Orchard Road, Singapore 238873
#01-501 Suntec City Mall North Atrium, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
#09-01 Republic Plaza Tower 1, 9 Raffles Place, Singapore 048619
7. Trium Fitness
If you’re looking to explore the benefits of spinal decompression and pain relief, come and get suspended off the ground Cirque Du Soleil style with Trium Fitness. Combining yoga and aerial acrobatics, many poses include added benefits of lengthening and anti-ageing among other physical benefits. A single session drop-in is priced at S$35. The Trium Starter Pack includes 5 Sessions and is valid for 2 weeks at a rate of S$108.
Trium Fitness is located at 12 Kallang Ave, Aperia Mall #03-01/02, 339511.
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