I want to start this post by thanking the dozens of girls who’ve asked me about aerial yoga because you’ve inspired me to start blogging again. While I was living in Chicago I discovered Air and pretty much became obsessed. I’ve never enjoyed working out.
I don’t even want to admit that I once signed up for a gym (that was directly next door to my apartment) and I never once stepped foot in it. NOT ONCE. #Shameful. I know. But there’s something about aerial yoga that just works for me. I’m not a yogi. In fact, I’ve only done yoga once in my life and that was one week ago. So basically, if I can do it YOU can do it!
Air is FUCKING AWESOME and I highly recommend trying it out if you’re ever in Chicago, Charlotte, Denver, LA or even Anchorage, Alaska. Seriously though, how does ANCHORAGE have a studio and Miami doesn’t?!
Anyway, their classes are incredible, the teachers are the absolute best & the entire brand is just amazing. I’m obsessed with everything Shama Patel has created, including Mud – which is my absolute favorite place to get facials. They have incredible organic products & the best employees.
Since I moved back, I’ve been missing the adrenaline rush & the after effects I would feel from taking an Air class, but I was determined to find something to fill the void. Luckily, my #silksister Sandy also just relocated to Miami from Chicago and found The Zen Spot. Here is my honest review:
Maybe it’s the overall genuine “niceness” that I got used to in the Midwest, but my initial first impression of my teacher was well, #RUDE and I left there with the same thought.
However, being the zen master that I am, I got over it and enjoyed the class. It was a lot more relaxing than I was expecting, but it was a nice way to transition back into it. I haven’t done aerial since April! Overall, the class was much different from Air in the sense that the music was not upbeat and there wasn’t a cardio component. I didn’t break a sweat and didn’t need a sip of water and somehow this disappointed me. Who am I?! The class consisted of mostly yoga positions and a few inversions which I was happy about cause tbh I didn’t think the silks in that room were sturdy enough for tricks, but they were! I felt super loose and relaxed afterward and can’t wait for my next class!
- Your first class is FREE. Just create an account and sign up!
- There’s currently a Groupon with a pretty sweet deal on multiple classes. You’re welcome!
- If you want to sign up with friends, keep in mind that there are only 8 spots so sign up early.
- Bring your own yoga mat. No one tells you, but they charge you $2 to borrow a mat. #wack