Where to Go For Aerial Fitness Classes in Singapore

by Estelle Low
FITNESS  |  June 15, 2018
  • Get a lift - and burn big calories - by signing up for an aerial fitness class
    1 / 8 Get a lift - and burn big calories - by signing up for an aerial fitness class

    The benefits of exercising on the hammock, hoop and trapeze are well documented. Besides giving you an adrenalin boost – because hey, how often can you be suspended in the air and call it exercise? – being in an inverted position has been found to relieve stress, improve mental function, and strengthen the immune system, all thanks to the increase in blood flow to your brain and lymphatic movement which helps flush out toxins and bacteria from your body.

    Over the last few years, the availability of aerial fitness in Singapore has spread. Check out these studios to experience a range of classes, from aerial yoga to the more artistic aerial silk. There’s bound to be a style that appeals to you!

    Photo: Trium Fitness

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  • Trium Fitness
    2 / 8 Trium Fitness


    #03-01/02, Aperia Mall, tel:8782-8633

    Offering seven types of aerial classes, Trium Fitness is a must-go especially if you live in the central or east area. Aerial Basics is designed for beginners; Aerial Flow caters to intermediate level as it goes at a faster pace that focuses on fluidity of movement, stamina, strength and flexibility; Aerial Core is an intermediate to advanced class that targets the core muscles including the abs, back, hips, glutes and thighs; Aerial Pilates lets you do pilates while challenging your balance; Aerial Stretch is a beginner-friendly class designed to help you stretch your muscles more easily and effectively; Aerial Advanced introduces difficult poses and techniques that require built-up strength; Aerial Yin uses the hammock to let you meditate in a conducive environment while targeting the connective tissues in your body.

    Price: From $35 for a single session

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  • Aerial Fitness Studio
    3 / 8 Aerial Fitness Studio


    #01-42 CT Hub 2

    Specialising in aerial workouts, this studio offers a good range of classes that cater to different fitness levels. Aerial Yoga combines the benefits of traditional yoga, dance and aerial fitness as you do stretching and strengthening poses in a hammock. Aerial Arts, an eight-week course for beginners, will teach you to do tricks using silks, the lyra (hoop) and the static trapeze. You can also choose to specialise in an aerial apparatus by joining the Lyra, Silks or Trapeze (as shown above) classes. To progress faster, join the Aerial Conditioning class at the same time: it will help you build the strength you need to master your dream poses, while reducing your risk of injuries as you learn to activate the right muscles.

    Price: From $300 for eight sessions

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  • Acro Polates
    4 / 8 Acro Polates


    #02-29 Waterloo Centre, tel: 6334-2382

    At this pole dance school, you’ll learn the basics of aerial fitness from the Beginner Silk and Beginner Hoop (as shown above) courses, plus how to do daredevil poses with finesse.

    Price: $205 for an eight-week course

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  • Groove
    5 / 8 Groove


    #03-21, 100 Tras Street, tel: 6223-4813

    This women-only dance school has courses that guide you to spin, swing and strike beautiful poses using a silk fabric (Aerial Silk) or metallic hoop (Aerial Hoop) suspended from the ceiling.

    Price: $200 for six lessons

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  • Pure Yoga
    6 / 8 Pure Yoga


    Level 18 Tower A, Ngee Ann City, tel: 6733-8863
    #06-02 Asia Square Tower 2, tel: 6100-8866
    Level 4, Chevron House, tel: 6304-2268
    #01-501, Suntec City North Atrium, tel: 6100-8818

    Suitable for experienced yogis, Aerial Yoga 1 involves doing asanas with the use of a hammock, reducing the stress on joints and the back while helping you build a stronger core and upper body. Expect some supported inversions and intermediate postures. Breathing exercises, chanting and meditation may be included.

    Price: From $164 per month for a 12-month membership

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  • Upside Motion
    7 / 8 Upside Motion


    #02-03, 36 Armenian Street, tel: 6636-6859
    #04-05 Orchard Shopping Centre, tel: 6737-2979
    #B1-01/02 OUE Downtown, tel: 6221 0578

    Join the Aerial Beginners class to learn how to stretch, strengthen and tone your body using a silk hammock. Then, consider going for the Aerial Power Stretch class, which lets you go deeper into stretching poses, and relax your mind.

    Price: $42 per class

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  • Virgin Active
    8 / 8 Virgin Active


    #06-00 Tower 2, 1 Raffles Place, tel: 6908-7878

    Offered in level one and two, Anti-gravity Yoga lets you execute yoga moves gracefully while being suspended on a hammock. The hammock provides support that helps you stretch further, as well as master inversions and advanced poses. Those familiar with using pilates machines will enjoy Anti-gravity Pilates (as shown above), where you will do classical and contemporary pilates exercises on the hammock. With zero compression on the joints, you can stretch and hold challenging postures for longer.

    Price: From $41.50 per week for a 12-month membership (excludes activation fee)

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    (Also read: Singapore’s Best Lunchtime Workout Classes For Busy Office Workers)

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