Schedule and Pricing

Every class is suitable for students of all levels and booking is essential

*Please note that we are closed on public holidays*

Weekly Schedule


Aerial Silks 18:00 – 19:00

Aerial Hoop (Lyra) 19:00 – 20:00


Flex and bend with Anel 17:30 – 18:30

Adult & Child Aerial Silks 18:30 – 19:30


Aerial Silks 18:30 – 19:30

Aerial Hoop (Lyra) 19:30 – 20:30


Adult Aerial 09:00 – 10:00

Children’s Aerial 10:00 – 11:00

Aerial Open Play (No instructor) 11:00 – 12:00

Specials and Workshops

  • Introductory Aerial Lyra Class – R70 Tuesday, 17 July, 19:00 – 20:00

 Email to book your spot.



(Aerial Silks and Aerial Lyra)

Drop in class: R130

Set of 5 classes: R500 (to be used within 8 weeks of purchase)

Set of 10 classes: R900 (to be used within 12 weeks of purchase)

Monthly Rate: R1000 (allows for 12 Aerial Classes, 2 Stretch Classes and 2 Open Play sessions)

Saturday Open Play Session: R100 per person


Drop in class: R130

Monthly Aerial Rate: R450 (1 class a week)

Monthly Aerial Rate: R800 (2 classes a week)


Drop in class: R100

Set of 5 classes: R450 (to be used within 8 weeks of purchase)

Set of 10 classes: R900 (to be used within 12 weeks of purchase)


(Aerial classes)

Monday till Saturday

Open Practice Session (no instructor): R150 per hour

One Person: R350 per hour

Two People: R500 per hour

Three People: R700 per hour

Four People: R800 per hour

Sunday or Public Holiday

Open Practice Session (no instructor): R200 per hour

One Person: R400 per hour

Two People: R550 per hour

Three People: R750 per hour

Four People: R850 per hour

Wednesdays – Private Pole or Stretch lesson

One Person: R350 per hour

General Information

– Working out on an aerial apparatus requires no contact with the skin and it is preferable to stay fully dressed to protect yourself from burns and bruises.
– Avoid loose clothing. Because it folds, this can inhibit your movement or even tear.  Wear tight and comfortable clothes at all times.
– Jeans and shorts must be avoided.
– Select clothing without metal parts e.g. zips or belts, as this may cause damage or get stuck and cause injuries.
– Remove all jewellery.
– Keep your hair in a bun or a pony-tail.
– Appropriate options are: tight t-shirts or vests, long leggings, and long-sleeved shirts. Bring a jersey to keep your muscles warm between play.

– No shoes are allowed on the equipment. Socks may be worn on the Lyra but barefoot is required for silks.
– Ask your instructor if you are unsure if what you are wearing is appropriate.

The above classes all take place at our studio in Montague Gardens. Please see our venue page for details and address information.