Aerial Yoga

All Levels/Active (Healthy Beginners Welcome!)

Take your yoga to the next level, literally! We offer this therapeutic yoga class that combines acrobatic arts and anti-gravity asana, but it’s also an accessible practice that can help you find more length in your spine and safe alignment in your poses.

The physical benefits of this practice include spinal decompression, pain relief, and ease in inversions and other challenging poses, and it’s a potent teaching tool for finding better alignment for your yoga practice.

An aerial yoga “silk,” or hammock—suspended from the ceiling—that can support your weight, ease pressure, create space in your joints, decrease compression in your spine, and help you find more mobility. Hanging upside down may seem risky, but you can invert in the hammock without putting pressure on your head or spine as you would in classic inversions, which can lead to back and neck pain and injury over time.


*With our Aerial Yoga classes, we require advanced registration (typically 4 hours or more prior to the class start time) and we also require a minimum of 4 hours cancellation notice.   If you cancel or simply do not show up for the class, you will likely be charged.

**If you are attempting to register for a class LESS THAN 4 hours before the class, please call us at (818)679-4384 to confirm.


  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
tuesday 5:30 pm 6:45 pm Jenn Lucene Smith Advance Registration
wednesday 6:30 pm 7:45 pm Stephen Kaleda Advance Registration
thursday 5:30 pm 6:45 pm Jenn Lucene Smith Advance Registration
saturday 12:00 pm 1:15 pm Stephen Kaleda Advance Registration

Jenn Lucene Smith (eRYT-500, YACEP) Jenn Lucene Smith’s mission is to teach life-enhancing yoga that is accessible to each individual student. Her style, based on the teachings of Noah Maze and Yogamaze, is an alignment-focused hatha yoga practice.  Welcoming and supporting all forms of yoga, Jenn concentrates on guiding you in either an active practice or a modified, gentle practice tailored


Stephen took his first yoga class in May 1999 with the intention of finding a method of exercise that was enjoyable.  What he got was a lesson, not only in physical exercise, but also in intention, self inspection and what it’s like to be in the absolute moment.  The lesson has never ended. In 2003 Stephen completed his first yoga