Kids Aerial Dance

KIDS AERIAL DANCE classes are offered as a weekly class or multi-week workshop. Kids can learn various aerial apparatuses including the aerial hammock, aerial silks, lyra and lollipop lyra. These classes offer your child the opportunity to explore fitness in new, exciting ways. All of our classes focus on helping kids learn better balance, coordination, body awareness, flexibility and strength in a safe and structured atmosphere. Our classes are for kids ages 6-13. Teens 13 and up are welcome to join our adult aerial classes with parental supervision. Kids who are in our workshop series have the chance to perform in our seasonal performance showcases.


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Class Pricing


$ 15


$ 50
  • Packages expire within 90 days.
  • Packages can be shared with immediate family.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.
  •  First class discount only available for brand new students.


Due to our limited class size, Be Fitness has a strict late cancellation policy. All students are required to have a credit card on file in case of a late cancellation or no show. A $15 fee will automatically be charged for any no shows or cancellations that occur later than 12 hours prior to scheduled class time. 

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Emily G

Emily loves all aspects of aerial dance but, when it comes to choreography, she prefers to keep it slightly more aggressive. She likes fast paced, high silk climbing with dramatic drops. She loves aerial silks because of the endless possibilities that they provide to express yourself. You can be great at floor work and incorporate a lot of it in your routines. Or you can be awful at floor work and focus more on aerial tricks. Your dance style can be graceful or aggressive, or a mix of both. The creativity is endless!

Emily started doing aerial silks as a fun, easy way to work out because she hated going to the gym. She had no idea how much it would become a part of her life! She has been doing aerial silks since 2012 and teaching since 2015. She hopes that her students gain the tools they need to find their own style of dance, while also pushing their limits to conquer routines and transitions that they may not master right away.

Outside of aerial silks, Emily loves her pets and rescuing fur babies. She likes to ride her motorcycle and she also has three kids who take up most of her time. They spend their weekends camping, fishing, and boating. She has a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Cleveland State University and really just loves anything science related.