PLEASE NOTE OUR STUDIO POLICY IS NO REFUNDS, STUDIO CREDIT ONLY!
THERE IS A CANCELLATION POLICY FOR CLASSES OF 6 HOURS or YOU WILL LOSE THE CLASS. (6 Hour Minimum – No Exceptions!)
If you are more than 5 MINUTES LATE to any class you may NOT be permitted to take the class and will lose your money for that class. NO EXCEPTIONS! IF YOU ARE MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES LATE TO CLASS, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO GIVE YOUR SPOT TO ANOTHER STUDENT ON THE WAIT LIST. This is a safety issue and all students must be present for the warm-up. Please be considerate of your fellow students because when you are late you take away from their instruction.
Please reserve your spot online or call us to assist you. While we accept last-minute walk-ins, you will not be guaranteed a spot in class as it may be full when you arrive.
Unfortunately, three hours before its scheduled time, any class with less than three participants signed up will be cancelled.
You should be dressed and ready to start your class at the scheduled time. We suggest that you arrive to the studio at least 10 minutes before your scheduled class to avoid late cancellation charges. This is a safety issue, and we ask that you respect both our instructors and other students by showing up on time. We are very strict about this rule, so we cannot make exceptions.
We ask that you let us know at least 24 hours ahead of time if you need to cancel a private lesson; otherwise, you will lose your payment for the service.
No jewelry is allowed on your ankles, fingers or wrists. Large earrings will also need to be removed before class.
No lotion is to be worn on the day you look to receive services.
No food allowed in the aerial, pole, or dance rooms.
No beverages of any kind without lids that close the container from spilling are allowed in the fitness areas.
No gum allowed in the studio at anytime.
No children unattended in the studio while attending classes. Please do not bring your children into wait for you unattended during classes.
Parents MUST stay in the facility during classes that their child are attending.
Anyone using electronic devices, must have headphones or the device must be muted out of respect to the clients participating in class.
What are the risks of aerial arts?
Aerial arts can be potentially dangerous activity involving acrobatic work at various heights. The most common injuries are overuse injuries of shoulders and back, pulled muscles, bruises, fabric-burns, and dizziness/nausea (from being upside-down or spinning). Possible risks include but are not limited to sprains, broken bones, paralysis or death. Students agree to participate at their own risk.
Students should only take classes from professional aerial trainers. Aerial arts involve complex wraps and positions that if executed incorrectly or slightly off could have major consequences including falling out of the air. It also involves subjecting the body to large impact forces that may cause sprains, strains, overuse injuries and internal organ injuries and/or bleeding if done incorrectly. Do not try to learn from Youtube or people who are not qualified professionals. Unsafe aerial instruction can result in paralysis or death.