Adult Aerial Classes

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We have an aerial class for everyone! If you’re new to aerial arts, try Aerial Fitness, Aerial Yoga or any Level 1 class.  If you have previous experience, we have higher level classes in Lyra, Trapeze, Silks and Rope. To sign up, please go to the Homepage and click on a category of classes underneath the Sign Up: New Students Welcome section.

We currently have one class for teenagers,and one for kids ages 8-12.

PRICES:

Drop-in Class: $18

New Student Special: 3 classes $40

3 Class Pass: $50

6 Class Pass: $95

10 Class Pass: $150

Youth Aerial – $15/ 5 class card $65

Feel free to email us at buffaloaerialdance716@gmail.com with any questions.

8 Comments on Adult Aerial Classes

  1. Will someone who is 17 be able to join the 18 and up class or will they have to join the kids class

    • Buffalo Aerial Dance // July 6, 2015 at 2:32 pm // Reply

      They can take the adult classes as long as we have a parent’s signature on our waiver.

  2. Hi..My 9 yr old boy has interest in
    This and would like to join. What is the cost and when does it start?
    Thanks, Karen West

    • Buffalo Aerial Dance // July 7, 2015 at 1:33 pm // Reply

      Hi, thanks for the interest. We have kids classes starting this week, every Thursday at 4:30. It’s $15 for an hour class, or $50 for the month. If you go to the class information tab, there is a description of the kids classes, or you can always call me if you have questions 716-432-8074. Thanks, Erica Cope/Buffalo Aerial Dance

  3. Hello,
    I wanted to ask a few questions. I see you have a ten class pass, but do you have any membership or yearly fees? Also, if you prove to be decent are there any performing classes?

    Best,
    Leanne Schad

    • Buffalo Aerial Dance // October 13, 2016 at 6:04 pm // Reply

      Hi Leanne, We do not have yearly fees. We may at some point offer a “monthly membership” price, but that won’t be until 2016. Any yes, many of our students have performed with us. Reaching a performance level is mostly about coming to class and practice regularly, it’s an attainable goal for most people with a bit of commitment!

  4. My daughter is eleven she has silks at home I believe she would be advanced beginner would she be able to take the regular class or have to take the kids class?

    • Buffalo Aerial Dance // October 31, 2016 at 7:15 pm // Reply

      The teen class on Thursdays has some pretty advanced students in it, so even if she has some experience, that could be a good fit for her. If the adult classes are the only possible option for her schedule-wise, we can probably make that work, but I do prefer to keep the kids in a separate class because the environment is a bit different with kids than it is with adults. The separation has much more to do with the environment than it has do do with skill level! Kids often learn just as quickly, if not more quickly than the adults. Thanks for asking!

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