Jump In To The Ultimate Aerial Yoga Training

Ready to learn and teach aerial yoga but don't know where to start?

This course is for you.

Already know a little bit about aerial yoga (like watching Instagram) but, you are not seeing the results you want?

Frustrated that your favorite studio is closed? You don't have a studio close to where you live? Or you don't have the time to go to a local training?

This training is definitely FOR YOU!

My name is TMac and I feel your pain.

I have been hosting aerial yoga teacher trainings globally for 10 years and just had our studio closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Noticing that it is harder for us to connect in person with all of these changes...

I was so frustrated!!!

I realized it's time to evolve and help form a new wave of connection. So I am proud to share with you this valuable and fun knowledge.

I Have Created A Solution

Course Contents (What You Will Learn):

- Rigging equipment & safety techniques for studios & outdoor

- The benefits Aerial Yoga gives to yogis/clients in a safe environment with an emphasis on freedom

- How to structure your classes (opening, warm-up, peak pose, creativity and closing)

- How to read your clients and gauge your class level based on students attending

- How to safely guide fellow yogis/clients in and out of poses

- The ability to assist all body types, give modifications & hands-on adjustments

- Incorporate yogic breathing techniques to aerial asana

- Restorative class sequencing

- Modifications and Spotting

- Cueing tips and teacher tricks

- How to infuse your classes with your own personality and flair

Table of Contents

Getting Started
Responsibilities as an AY Teacher
Health Information and Contraindications
Rigging, Safety, Props & Equipment
How to Tie Your Aerial Yoga Knot
Keeping Your Hammock(s) Clean & Safe
How to Dye Your Hammock
Aerial Yoga Fabric Placement Essentials
Basic Cues
Hands-on Adjustments
Anatomical Terms for Movement
Basic Poses and Stretches
Seated Series with Wrist Wrap
Cat/Cow With Suspended Arms
Sitting in the Loop
Standing on the Loop
Chair w/ Back Sling
Chair Arch w/ Back Sling
Shoulder Stretch I
Hip Hang
Transition: Hip Hang to Sitting in the Loop
Leg Swing Series I
Leg Swing Series II
Forward Hinge
Forward Fold
Cat/Cow with Suspended Back Leg
Wide Leg Bend
Sequencing Shorthand, Pre-Class, Intros, & Warm-Ups
Surya Namaskar B (Aerial Yoga Sun Salutation B)
Full Sequence
Class Observation
Discover Your Style: Recognizing Your Strengths
Flying Pose Directory
Flying Mountain Pose
Flying Tree
Flying Big Toe Grab
Flying Locust
Front Hip Balance
Flying Chair
Flying Coffin
Flying Swordfish & Manta Ray
Flying Vitruvian Man
Flying Seal to Navasana
Inverted Pose Directory
Inverted Straddle
Inverted Chandelier
Inverted Pike
Downward Dog
Inverted Eagle
Inverted Dove Pose
Inverted Bow
Floating and Restorative Pose Directory
Floating Cradle
Floating Straddle
Relaxed Sitting
Waterfall (Low)
Yogi Angel / Vampire
Restorative Ground Poses
Aerial Savasana
Discover Your Style: Lava Flow Challenge
Mama's To Be
Twist to Pigeon Transition
Somersault Transition
Sound Healing
Sound Healing with Aerial Yoga Hammock
TEST Practicum
Written Test
Final Full Sequence upload

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need my own aerial rig to complete this training course?

Yes, you will need your own hammock set up (either single or double pointed will be great) and a place to safely hang it. If you have any questions about setting up a rig for yourself, feel free to reach out for support!

How long do I have access to the course?

Forever! Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!

What if I'm unhappy with my purchase?

Well, I would be sad. But if you're really unhappy with the course, just email me within 10 days to get a full refund.

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable clothes that breath and allow you to move freely. For women we recommend stretchy pants or shorts and a sports bra or tank top. For men we recommend shorts or trunks and a T shirt. And don’t worry about shoes (but be sure to take them off upon entering the studio). Yoga is practiced barefoot. No socks (unless they are sticky). *NO JEWELRY **

Are you sure the hammock will hold me?

Every hammock is rated for well over 2000 lbs. 9 Kn)(908kgs) The points in the ceiling in an GL approved center have been placed by a professional contractor and certified by an engineer and are rated to hold at least 1000 lbs(4.5kn)(454kgs) per set up).

What if I’m not flexible?

No problem! Most new yoga students are not flexible, and while increased flexibility is one of the many benefits of practicing yoga it’s not the goal. If you find yourself struggling with or unable to do a pose back off, modify the posture (instructors will always give modifications) or use a prop such as a block or strap. A gentle stretch is good but you should NEVER experience pain in yoga.

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at