Frequently Asked Questions

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Can anyone participate in aerial fitness & yoga?

Absolutely! Aerial fitness and yoga is for people of all ages, no matter

your shape, size or athletic ability. Sky's The Limit accommodates ages 11 and up. 

How big are aerial classes?

All aerial classes are limited to a maximum of nine participants. 

What should I wear to aerial class?

Please wear a shirt with sleeves (NO tank tops) and comfortable pants (without zippers or snaps). 

What should I bring to aerial class?

A water bottle, small sweat towel (if desired) and an open mind. 

Are aerial classes safe?

100% safe. The hammocks used for classes are certified to hold 1,000 lbs. Aerial exercises are done a few feet off the ground, so those of you who are afraid of heights...fear not! 

What are the health benefits?

Aerial fitness and yoga boast a variety of health benefits including increased circulation, re-alignment of the spine to help alleviate back pain, full body strengthening, low-impact cardiovascular conditioning, increased joint mobility, increased muscular flexibility and more.

What are the contraindications?

Aerial classes always air on the side of safety. If you have any of the contraindications mentioned below, please consult your physician prior to partaking in class. Contraindications include: recent surgeries (especially shoulder, eyes, hips, back, hand or wrist), pregnancy, glaucoma, easy onset vertigo or fainting, severe arthritis, recent head injury or recent stroke, carpal tunnel, disc herniation, very high or very low blood pressure, hiatal hernia, cerebral sclerosis, sinusitis, and botox (within the last six hours).

Should I eat before class?

This is a personal preference. However, it is recommended to at least eat something light to prevent any dizziness. 

What if I'm late to class or have to leave early?

Arrive 10 minutes prior to class start time in order to check-in and ready your hammock. Once class begins the main studio entrance will be locked. If you must leave early, please notify the instructor before class begins to ensure a non-disruptive exit.

What if I'm new to yoga?

No worries! Newcomers are always welcome in Sky's The Limit - Aerial Fitness & Yoga classes. 

How are AntiGravity aerial classes different from other aerial classes?

AntiGravity Fitness was founded in 2007 by Christopher Harrison, a world-renowned gymnast, Broadway dancer and producer/director/choreographer of aerial entertainment. Christopher spent years perfecting aerial techniques and its equipment before AntiGravity Fitness classes were introduced to the public. AntiGravity Fitness is globally recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. It extends to nearly 50 countries and can be found in 700 locations worldwide. Sky's The Limit - Aerial Fitness & Yoga is the first certified AntiGravity Fitness location in Connecticut! 

Learn more about AntiGravity Fitness at

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