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aerial hoop

Aerial Hoop is a fun way of building strength and toning the muscles, as it’s a great workout for the arms, stomach, legs and a bottom! We have 3 hoops at different heights so it’s open to all abilities including complete beginners.
You’ll be surprised at how much you achieve in your first lesson with some impressive moves to show off to your friends and family!

6 week course = if you can make the set day and time, this is highly recommended for complete beginners to learn all the basics with other newcomers.
♥ Beginners = open to complete beginners or those who are fairly new to hoop and still building confidence with the basics.
♥ Improvers = open to those who are more confident with the basics and looking to work towards the next level, or if you’ve had a break from hoop and want to ease back in.
♥ Mixed ability = open to anyone with a bit of experience, not suitable for complete beginners. A range of moves taught for different levels.

Private lessons can be booked for 1:1 instruction or shared with friends. Focus on areas you want to improve, iron out technique, or try something new together!

Please note that the studio is not set up for learning advanced drops and rolls. For those looking at this level of aerial hoop, we recommend attending Circus Hub.


Q: Is there a weight limit on the hoop?

Unfortunately due to building restrictions there is a 14 stone weight limit in place.

Q: How high is the hoop?

The bottom of the hoops range from approximately 2-4 feet from the floor and we do have mats underneath. There are 3 hoops in the studio at slightly varying heights to cater for all levels.

Q: What should I wear?

Leggings are ideal, with socks and a t-shirt or long sleeves. If you bruise easily or have sensitive skin, leg warmers or long socks are also recommended for extra padding and support over the knees. Weight-lifting gloves are also optional if the hands get sore.

Q: How many people are in a class?

Classes are limited to 3 people per hoop