Kids Classes (8)
This is a class for 4-7 year olds who have been doing classes with us as the IACC for a while and progressed from the explorer class. In this class we will be working on higher level skills on Cocoon, Trapeze, Hoop, Fabric and Wall Running and learning how to link skills together into sequences to improve strength and stamina.
This is a class for 4-7 year olds who have been doing classes at the IACC and have gained enough skills to move on from beginners. In this class we will be learning higher level skills on all of the different apparatus we have including Trapeze, Cocoon, Fabric, Hoop and Wall running.
This is a class for 4-7 year olds who have never tried aerial before. We will focus on exploring the different apparatus in a fun and creative way. In this class we will be working on Cocoon, Trapeze, Hoop, Fabric and Wall Running and learning how to link skills together into sequences.
Drop In 12-1pm: This is a class for 4-12 year olds who want a taster aerial class. Due to the nature of this class, we will only cover the basics of cocoon and trapeze.
Drop In 1-2pm: This is a class for 12+ who want a taster aerial class. Due to the nature of this class, we will only cover the basics of cocoon and trapeze.
This is a class for 8-12 year olds who have been doing classes at the IACC for a while and have reached a certain skill level. In this class we take aerial skills to the next level and start linking them into sequences.
This is a class for 8-12 year olds who have progressed from the beginners aerial class. In this class we will be learning higher level skills on all of the different apparatus and beginning to link moves together. In this class we will be working on Trapeze, Cocoon, Fabric, Hoop and Wall running.
This is a class for 8-12 year olds who have never tried aerial before. We will start to build strength and flexibility to be able to explore the apparatus with a higher focus on technique. In this class we will be working on Cocoon, Trapeze, Hoop, Fabric and Wall Running and learning how to link skills together into sequences.
This is a class for 12-17 year olds with mixed level experience. We will focus on building the necessary strength and flexibility for creating more complex sequences in aerial. In this class we will cover all the different apparatus, with a focus on Trapeze and Silks to help build strength.
Adults FAQs (12)
You should wear clothes which are comfortable and reasonably tight fitted. Leggings, joggers, t-shirts and jumpers are perfect. We don’t allow zips on clothes as they can damage our equipment. Please check your clothes for zips before attending class, especially on layers which you cannot take off such as zips on the back of leggings or joggers.
You should bring along some water to class as it is a very physical class so you will need to stay hydrated. Bring layers as the space can be cool in winter. To accommodate the height requirement we are located in a huge warehouse and it is good to stay warm during teachers demonstrations.
Workshops and Drop-In classes must be paid for in advance. There are no refunds once a booking is made through bookeo.
A text is appreciated to let us know if you’re going to be late. We will ask you to do a warm up when you arrive if you have missed the warm up, to make sure you are ready to go into the air.
All classes and terms must be paid for in advance. This can be done by paying online through Bookeo, or by dropping in cash in the centre in advance. We keep our classes small, with a max ratio of 1 tutor to 9 students. Because of this we cannot facilitate swapping classes around. Similarly, if you miss a week, we cannot give you a swap class the week you’re back.
If you have a free evening and you’d like to join in with a class or you are free on a Saturday you can do a drop in class for €20, for Sat please just call Annette to book for weekly drop in class these are subject to availability and are only filled 48hrs before class commences e.g on Sat evening for Mondays classes etc, so email Annette and she can put you on the waiting list.
Yes. Although aerial uses a lot of upper body strength it is not necessary to be strong before you start as our classes are created for people to build strength to get into the air.
Yes. We have a mixed apparatus class which is the next level up from beginners on Tuesdays 6:30-8. We also have a fabric class (Mondays 6:30-8) and a trapeze class (Wednesday 6:30-8) which are for students who have been doing aerial for a while and are competent on trapeze or fabric.
IACC offers membership for advanced and professional aerialists to come train themselves.
The studio works on a 5/6 week term for adults.
No. Beginners Aerial classes are suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels and you don’t need to have any previous experience in anything before attending. It is of course helpful if you have this background as some skills transfer over to the air well but aerial is a form in itself and will be taught in a beginners class to suit the absolute beginner.
Yes, we also do bespoke workshops for different groups of 6 or more. Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to start organising a workshop.
Kids FAQs (4)
For children the term is Sept – Dec , Jan – easter holidays , end of easter holidays to June. Then Summer camps will start for 3-5weeks depends on demand.
Your child can start at any time of the term if there is space and a reduced payment will be agreed. If there is no space we will put you on a waiting list for the next term. If that class is full next term and if we have enough children on a waiting list ( at least 9) we will start a new class the next term. So tell your friends.
We take children from 4, but usually suggest they have started school first as aerial does carry some instruction, so some level of attention skills are necessary.
We do kids parties for up to 25 children age 4+. The focus is on an ‘activity party’. Children get to try out all the apparatus and do more fun based activities such as harness and free mat diving. To arrange a party please email email@example.com
We have 1 unisex changing area that children can get changed in and we do have a no shoes policy in the aerial training space , no food policy in the aerial training space – so children can eat food in the waiting area or in the changing room. We are not beside any shops so best to take snacks and water with you.