Aerial Fit

What is Aerial Fit?

Aerial fit is a unique fusion of techniques, revolutionary in relieving compressed joints and aligning the body from head to toe.

The aerial hammock acts as a soft trapeze and as a support while you master simple inversions through to more complex poses and shapes.

Incorporating components from yoga, pilates, barre, suspension training and aerial arts, The Empowerment Club Aerial Fit is a whole body workout certain to develop your strength while having fun and realigning you from the compression of gravity.

What are the benefits of an Aerial Fit class?

  • Dynamic whole body workout
  • Low impact cardiovascular conditioning
  • Core strengthening
  • Increase flexibility
  • Release muscular tension
  • Decompression and gentle traction of your spine
  • Hydration of your vertebral discs
  • Stimulates greater release of neurotransmitters in your brain
  • Increase kinaesthetic awareness
  • Fine-tuning of your balance
  • Greater physical agility via proprioceptor response
  • Circulatory, lymphatic and digestion systems refresh


Q: What should I wear?

A: Wear workout wear that covers armpits (sleeve) and legs. Cotton or cotton blend fabric is best (non-slippery).

Tops: sports bra for females. Not too loose for guys. Remember, you will be upside down.

Bottoms: If wearing tights make certain they are opaque (non-see through). If wearing sweats, tight around cuff of legs is best. No socks (unless they are sticky). You may need sticky gloves if you have a weak grip.


Q: What should I bring?

A: Water, sweat towel, and an open mind — NO JEWELLERY

Q: What are the Contraindications (aka precautions) for Aerial Fit.

A: Pregnancy, glaucoma, recent surgery (esp. shoulder, eyes, back, hips, hands or wrist), heart disease, very high or low blood pressure, easy onset vertigo, osteoporosis / bone weakness, recent head injury, cerebral sclerosis, propensity for fainting, carpal tunnel syndrome, severe arthritis, sinusitis or head cold, hiatal hernia, disc herniation or acute discogenic disease, recent stroke, artificial hips, radiculitis (inflammation of nerve root in spine), severe muscle spasms, botox injections (within 6 hours)

Q: Should I come on an empty stomach?

A: We recommend having something in the stomach to stave off dizziness, however, we do not recommend a big meal.

45-minute sessions

The second Term Starts Thursday 3rd of May – 6.30pm

$20 per session,

Payment upon booking is required.

Call or message to book your Hammock on 0438 871 068

Private Group Bookings

Aerial Fit for private groups is available by appointment only.

Groups of  10 people.
Bookings available Monday-Sunday 10.00am – 7.00pm.

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