Welcome, Yogis Yoga Classes
Welcome to Revive Yoga & Wellness Centre! We’re absolutely thrilled to have you join us, and we can’t wait to share our tranquil space with you. As you explore the offerings at our centre, you’ll find a variety of classes to choose from, including both heated and non-heated options. So, take a deep breath, relax, and let’s embark on this transformative journey together!
Please See Aerial Information for more in-depth information before your first class.
This class is heated to 35 degrees and will make you sweat! You will find yourself flowing through postures with strength, fluidity and grace, allowing the breath to take you in and out of each posture. This class is suitable for students of all levels, however the heat adds a challenging element.
Heated Power Vinyasa
New to our studio or even yoga classes in general? We are here to answer any questions you have!
All our classes are beginner friendly, gentle yoga and yin are a nice option if you are looking for a slower pace to begin with. Our friendly instructors are here to help, so let them know you are starting out and they can provide options for you.
Yes, but don’t worry we have one you can borrow to help you get started.
Not at all, we have a beginner course available if you want to have a deeper understanding of postures and yoga training. Our classes are open to all levels.
Here are some important tips for a successful aerial yoga session:
Avoid eating before class: It’s best not to eat right before your aerial yoga class to prevent discomfort during your practice.
Wear appropriate attire: Wear socks, a shirt with sleeves, and tights without zippers. Avoid jewelry and hair clips to protect the hammocks.
Consider your health: If you are pregnant or have conditions like glaucoma, hypertension, very high/low blood pressure, anemia, vertigo, brain injury, recent surgery, musculoskeletal degeneration, osteoporosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, recent stroke, hernia, or have had a botox injection within the last six hours, it’s advisable to avoid Aerial Yoga at hip-hang height.
Hearing aid or anxiety history: If you use a hearing aid or have a history of anxiety attacks, it’s important to be aware of your comfort levels and discuss any concerns with your instructor.
For those who cannot participate in Aerial Yoga at hip-hang height due to health reasons, an excellent alternative is Aerial Restorative Yoga using a low-height hammock. This variation offers a gentler experience while still reaping the benefits of aerial yoga.
Enjoy your aerial yoga practice and prioritize your safety and comfort throughout the session!