To see our full timetable and schedule please download the app called Gymcatch, then search for and follow Aerial Allsorts Plymouth. You can then see our calendar and book classes.
Like you see at the circus Aerial Hoop or Lyra is a metal hoop suspended from the ceiling.
Once on the hoops we will learn cool tricks, combos, routines and much more.
This beautiful art form is sure to make you strong all while having fun.
We have both Chrome Poles & Silicone Poles.
You will learn cool tricks, flexibility moves, small routines, spins and fun moves.
Love all things Aerial?
We mix it up each week learning a mixture of Hoop, Sling, Trapeze, Silks, Cloud Swing.
This is the perfect class if you love all the Aerial equipment or wanting to try it all.
A gentle class to improve flexibility and core strength.
Suspended just off the floor in a hammock you will perform yoga moves in this relaxing, gentle class.
Like you see at the circus static trapeze is a bar attached to the ceiling by 2 ropes, a super fun class.
Pole Silks combine Chrome Pole with Silks tied to the top.
They are great for Beginners as the Silk element supports you while on the pole.
Lollipop is a Pole with a Hoop on top, combining the best of both worlds.
Flying Pole is a pole rigged to an aerial rigging point but not to the floor.
Wearing a harness attached to a bungee cord from the ceiling this class is a HIIT cardio workout.
You will burn calories in the most fun way.
We also allow time at the end of the class to learn cool flips, handstands etc.
We hold special one off workshops on a regular basis which include Doubles work, Dance, Gymnastics, Routines, etc.
Aerial Sling is a great piece of equipment as its so diverse.
Its great for beginners as you can create beautiful flow. For those more advanced you can do big drops and more complex sequences.
Your own time to practice what you have learnt in class.
An instructor will be on hand to make sure you are safe but no teaching takes place
A personal lesson at a time to suit you on any equipment. Can be shared between 1-3 people.
Please see our Instructor page for who teaches which pieces of equipment and how to contact them to arrange a session.