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How do I sign up for youth classes?

Youth classes run in 8-10wk session blocks. Select youth under the book online tab and choose the class that works for your child ages 8 and up.

Once the session has begun, you will no longer be able to register on our website. Please reach out about joining a session in progress.

Don't want to commit to a full session? Ask us about availability for private lessons.

What should I wear to class?

We recommend comfortable clothes that allow you to access your full range of motion. Most workout clothes will be just fine. 

For hard apparatus (lyra/trapeze) you may want to have your armpits and the backs of your knees covered to protect your skin.

For fabrics (silks/hammock) no zippers, sequins, or buttons since that can rip the fabric. For the same reason all watches, jewelry, and earrings that can be removed without going to a piercer should be removed.

What should I bring to class?

You should bring a water bottle and a willingness to try new things!

Do I have to have a lot of strength/flexibility/prior experience in order to do aerials?

No, there are no prerequisites to taking a beginner or intro class at Airdance. You will develop strength, flexibility, and experience by coming to class! If you have specific concerns related to your ability to take a class you can contact us through the website.

What level class should I take e.g. beginner/intermediate/advanced?

For information on whether a class is a suitable level for you, check the class description. If you have any questions about the level of a class please contact us.

Will my body shape/size/weight stop me from doing aerials?

Aerial is for all bodies! There are no weight limits for practicing aerials at our studio and we are plus-size friendly! Unless your doctor has told you to take a break from exercising for health reasons, we welcome all bodies in our classes.

Is Airdance NM ADA accessible?

Airdance's entrances and studio are ADA accessible! In addition, AirDance instructors can adapt aerial techniques for special populations, including people with various disabilities. Please inquire about any potential student or group with special needs or considerations.

If you have any other questions contact us!

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