How to book onto an Aerial Course

How to book onto an Aerial Course



Aerial Dance Courses are for men and women aged 18 - 50 years plus, of all shapes, sizes, abilities, and fitness levels. We teach beginners to advanced / performer level.





The Cardigan Centre 
145 - 149 Cardigan Road



Aerial Courses are £40 for the 4 week course, £30 if it's a 3 week course and £50 if it's a 5 week course. Please see website for details of how long the course is for, dates, times, prices, locations.


Places are strictly limited to ensure plenty of turns on the equipment, therefore advanced booking and payment is required to secure your place, and places are filled on a first come first served basis, and do tend to fill up fast. Do not just turn up to a class without prior payment and booking as you wont be able to join in. 



How to book: - before booking make sure you have read all the info below. 


To book and pay for your course you can make prior arrangements to drop off the payment with an instructor (either cash or cheque). Once we've received your payment we can confirm your place on the course. We are at the Cardigan Centre and able to take your booking Wednesday 5:50pm or 8pm, and can take your payment and book you on then. Please note you need to book and pay an instructor directly, do not leave your payment with anyone else. Please make sure you come down at the times stated above, at other times we will be teaching an unable to take your payment and booking so you'll either have to wait until the next available time or come back on another day. 


Please read the important notes below before booking on. It does sound very formal, however our classes are heaps of fun, we get the formal serious stuff out of the way now, and enjoy the classes.


Important Notes before booking:

·         Please note it's a place on the course that you are booking onto, and places are limited and in high demand. Please check you can attend the course. Once you have booked on there are no refunds for missed classes, and no options to swop workshops / classes, transfer classes, pass classes onto someone else. It's your responsibility to make sure you can attend the course. 


·         Any medical conditions or injuries should be addressed before booking onto the class to ensure you will receive the full benefits of the classes due to the physical nature of the class.


·         Pregnant ladies or ladies that have very recently had a baby are not able to take part in the aerial workshops as it is not safe.


·         All jewellery, including rings, watches, bracelets, wrist bands, ankle bands, piericings, belly button piercings etc must be removed before the start of each class. You will not be allowed to participate in the class if you do not remove your jewelry 


·         No creams, oils, lotions, fake tans etc are allowed to be worn in class.


·         Anybody who is poorly will not be allowed to attend the class and will be sent home due to health and safety reasons.




What to Wear / Bring

Please bring a drink to keep you hydrated throughout the class. Also please bring a yoga mat or something similar ie towel, jumper. The class will be done in bare feet but please bring some trainers to warm up in. We recommend that you wear comfortable sport style clothing that is close fitting but easy to move in. Do not wear any clothes that may damage or rip the equipment including clothes with zips and buckles or lose metal. Ideal clothing would be a pair of leggings or cropped tights, and a leotard or a t -shirt or top. You will need to keep your legs, and tummy covered, and please bring a long sleeved top to cover your arms for certain moves. Also make sure you have a decent bra / sports bra on to avoid any embarrassing fall outs J



       Y   You must arrive at least 10 minutes before the class, and be ready to start on time. If you are late you wont be allowed to participate in the class due to health and safety (there will also be no refunds or transferring onto another class because you missed your scheduled class due to tardiness).


The most important thing to remember is a positive, happy, can-do, willing to try attitude. 100% effort always equals full victory.



How many people are in a class

Class numbers vary from course to course. We have anywhere from 5 - 12 people in a class with 2 pieces of equipment rigged and used to practice on, and one teacher.



What do you learn in class.

During your course you will work at your own level and learn various moves on the equipment. We start off with a warm - up, then move into some conditioning exercises on the equipment, then we look at individual moves on the equipment and then look at linking some of the moves, and we finish with a cool down and stretch. 









We look forwards to meeting you at the course and working with you. x