We're sure there are lots of things you might need to know before taking flight, so here’s a list of our most frequently asked questions. If the answer to your question isn't here, please feel free to drop us a line and we'll do all we can to help. Please contact us. 

     What are the benefits of aerial?

Aerial has many benefits both physical and physiological. It improves strength and flexibility, balance and core stability, It also has excellent meditative effects helping to focus and clear the mind, relieving stress and releasing mood boosting hormones.
     How much do the sessions cost?

Our prices vary according to the needs of your group. We can sometimes subsidise sessions to make them more accessible, and are always open to sourcing funding to see if we can make it happen! Please contact us directly for more information.
     Who can take part?

Our mission is to make aerial accessible to people from all walks of life, age, background and ability. We can tailor our sessions to meet most needs. Please get in touch to discuss specific details and we'll do our upmost to get your group airborne.
     When are the sessions?

We have studio availability mornings and afternoons, Monday to Friday. We will work with you to find the best time for your group.
     What experience do your trainers have?

Our teachers have a wide range of teaching experience across a variety of different learning needs. Please get in touch with your specific requirements and we can give you more information.
     What should I bring?

Please bring a bottle of water, lots of enthusiam and clothes you can move in (layers are great)! 
     How many people can take part?

In a typical session, we can accommodate up to 15 people in our Union Street studios,  and up to 24 people in Peckham.
     What should I wear?

Please wear leggings and a top that covers your shoulders, nothing too baggy or with zips/buttons/sequins/studs attached, you won't need any shoes. All jewellery (especially rings) must be removed beforehand. A bottle of water is a good idea too!
     Are your trainers DBS checked?

Yes, all our teachers that work with young and/or vulnerable people have been DBS checked.
     How many people per session?

The number of participants will vary depending on the needs of your group, we maintain a strict ratio of students to teachers. We always make sure there are sufficient teachers to give everyone the attention and guidance they need and that there is ample equipment to go round. Our Union Street studios can hold a maximum of 15 and Peckham can hold a maximum of 24 people.
     Can you bring your sessions to our venue?

Our sessions need very specific apparatus and rigging so unfortunately it's unlikely we would be able to come to you.
     What equipment is used in the sessions?

Generally we use are a mixture of trapeze/ hoop and silks/ slings. We will always discuss with you what will be the most suitable equipment for your group.
     Where are you and what’s the best way to get there?

All details and travel info can be found under the locations tab. We suggest checking out Google Maps or TFL's journey planner for up to the minute travel advice.
     Is there parking available?

Union Street: As you might imagine, parking around central London is limited. All of our central London studios are right next to tube stations, so we would suggest using public transport to get here. 

Peckham has some parking in the nearby streets but it is also probably better to get public transport.
     Am I allowed to bring food and drink?

Classes can be very tiring, so some water or energy snacks can be a good idea. But please keep all foodstuffs well away from the training area. No-one wants to climb on sticky equipment...
     Is there anywhere I can change?

We have basic changing rooms available in Union Street and Peckham. Please note, we do not provide towels, showers or hairdryers. If you require these, please do bring your own. 

Still not found the info you're after?

We're sure there are lots of things you might need to know before taking flight, so above is a list of our most frequently asked questions. If the answer to your question isn't here, please feel free to drop us a line and we'll do all we can.

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