Read about the benefits, contraindications and dress code for Aerial Yoga.
Aerial Yoga may not be a good idea for you in case of
pregnancy (only restorative aerial yoga)
glaucoma or other eye diseases
extreme high or low blood pressure
less than 6 hours after a botox treatment
you practice traditional yoga poses (asanas) with the aid of a hammock
you experience a unique sense of weightlessness, freedom and
length throughout your body
you let go of tension because of the
massage of the fabric
you enjoy inversions
without compression on the spine
you increase mobility in muscles and joints, build up strength and improve your posture
and it makes you happy
wear a T-shirt
with long or short sleeves, no tank top
please don't wear jewelry
no need to wear make-up
tip: wear tight fitting clothes that stay in place
even when you are upside down
Parking: There's not a lot of parking space close to Van Trier. You can park at
a 10 minutes walking distance at the Singel near the Pidpa, Desguinlei 246, 2018 Antwerp
EVERY MONDAY 8 PM
EVERY WEDNESDAY 8.15 PM
Join the Aerial Yoga class at Zaal Van Trier in Antwerp (address Van Trierstraat 40 in 2018 Antwerp). The class on Monday night starts at 8PM, the class on Wednesday starts at 8.15PM. You can join Aerial Yoga classes at any time, no experience necessary.
The class is one hour and 15 minutes. Please come a little early so we can adjust the height of your hammock.
Available for all levels, no experience necessary.
Let me know if the class needs to be in English.
SINGLE CLASS: €17
STRIP CARD: 5 classes €80, 10 classes €150. The strip card is valid for 8 months. You can pay for the strip card by debit or credit card.
Aerial Restore & Recharge
NO NEW DATE YET
The yin version of Aerial Yoga: with the hammock just above the ground, we want to restore the body, let go of tension, build strength and flexibility at a deeper level.
NO NEW DATE YET
It's like a weekly aerial yoga class, we just take a little more time and try something different. These Aerial Sundays are open to first timers and more experienced aerial yogis.