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Aerial Yoga

Salamander Yoga Studio offers regularly scheduled aerial yoga classes every Saturday led by trained, certified instructors.

 Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. If a class is full, you can add your name to the wait list and you will be notified by email is a spot becomes available. 

Interested in taking an aerial yoga class? Click the link below to book today!

Aerial Yoga Class Offerings

Aerial Classes are every Saturday at 12pm and 1:30.

Our class offerings alternate each week depending on the instructor . Please visit MindBody to see which class is being offered on particular dates.

Intro to Flying High


Explore how to use the fabric as a new tool to enhance your yoga practice and engage new muscles. This class is a great option for those who are new to aerial yoga, individuals who'd prefer not to jump right in to advanced inversions/poses, and those who prefer to build on the foundations slow as they grow their aerial practice.

Led by Tamara Collare, RYT-200

Flying High


Discover new ways of moving your body, engage muscles you didn't even know you had, and have a blast as you take your yoga practice to new heights! This class is great for those who would like to try advanced asanas, inversions, and are comfortable with expanding their aerial yoga practice. 

We recommend taking the "Intro to Flying High" class prior to trying this class.

Led by Diana Cheunes E-RYT-200, RYT-500, YACEP 

Slow and Low


All the relaxing wonders of Yin & Restorative yoga meet the comfort and support of the aerial fabric. We've been told it's "so relaxing, you may fall asleep!" and "very yummy." This class is a great option for individuals new to the aerial fabric who'd prefer to stay grounded and enjoy deep opening stretches. 

Led by Diana Cheunes E-RYT-200, RYT-500, YACEP 

Gentle Flow


Find the release you've been craving! In this class you'll stay in poses longer and focus on specific muscle engagement as you use the aerial fabric to find a deep stretch. This gentle class is a great option for those who enjoy classes with a slower pace and are looking to find deeper stretching and opening in poses. 

We recommend taking the "Intro to Flying High" class prior to trying this class.

Led by Tamara Collare RYT-200

Book a Private Group Aerial Class

Interested in booking a private group aerial yoga class for you and a group of friends? Coworkers? Bridal party? 


Give us a call to schedule your group at 925-200-7003.


Q: Are aerial classes included as part of my studio membership? 

A: No, due to the limited number of spots, additional costs, and additional work associated with aerial yoga, our aerial yoga classes are not included as part of our regular studio memberships or class passes. 

Q: Do I need to bring or wear anything special for aerial? 

A: We ask that you remove any jewelry and avoid wearing perfumes or lotions to prevent damage to the fabric. Any comfy clothing that you would normally wear to a regular yoga class is fine. Some individuals find wearing a T-shirt helps make the fabric more comfortable during inversions. Additionally, some individuals prefer to wear gripped yoga socks for aerial classes.

Q: Are there any medical considerations for aerial yoga? 

A: Yes. We always recommend checking with your doctor prior to starting any style of yoga so they can advise you based your own medical history. Of particular note, aerial yoga is not recommended for individuals with glaucoma, vertigo, high/low blood pressure, extreme motion sickness, pregnant individuals, or those who have had recent botox injections.

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