Interested in taking classes? We'd love to teach you!

Our Fall 2018 semester is 15 weeks long (August 27th - December 16th) with a break for Thanksgiving week. We teach all of our leveled classes (i.e. silks 1, trapeze 2, etc.) based on our progressive curriculum, therefore, we close all leveled classes to drop ins on September 24th. Safety and basic technique will be taught in the first few classes; after that, classes become too advanced for new students. We hope you join us for all 15 weeks! All conditioning and aerial sampler classes are open to drop ins all semester long.


Aerial Classes

Silks (Levels 1-4,flow)

Gain body awareness, strength and confidence while learning tricks, wraps and dance elements on the silks. Made of a nylon based fabric, silks are an incredibly strong and versatile apparatus. 

Trapeze (Levels 1-4)

Experience true momentum as you explore the dynamic art of static trapeze. Weave your way around the bar and through the ropes as you learn skills, transitions and dynamic poses.

Lyra (Levels 1-4, flow)

Also known as the aerial hoop, lyra focuses on working around a solid, spinning shape. Learn grace, poses and the dynamics of spinning as you work on sequencing and strength.

Pole (Levels 1-3, Flow)

Focused on fitness, dance and agility, pole explores working yourself around the apparatus, rather than the apparatus wrapping around you. Using your skin as a hold, work on body awareness, sequencing and inversions. 

Youth Classes 

We offer all levels youth classes (ages 7-12) in aerial silks, trapeze, lyra and pole. Youth classes focus on strength, grace and comraderie between young students.


For ages 5-6, little flyers is a 45 minute sampler of all apparatuses, focusing on sensation, body awareness, strength and fun. A perfect aerial introduction for a little acrobat!


Interested in a birthday party, bachelorette party or work party at Momentum? We offer all sorts of lessons to accomodate your needs.

Private Lessons

You can book a private lesson with our qualified instructors in the following apparatuses:

  • silks
  • trapeze
  • lyra
  • pole
  • corde lisse (rope)