Aerial Hoop (Lyra)

AERIAL HOOP, also known as Lyra, is an exciting fun challenge to add to your workout routine. Lyra is a metal hoop suspended from the ceiling that is used to perform various acrobatic and circus-like tricks. We offer beginner and intermediate level classes that will help build strength and increase flexibility. This class is perfect cross training for pole or aerial silks students, but no experience is necessary to attend your first class. Each student progresses at a different level and classes are individually tailored to each student.

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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Beginner Lyra 1

Lyra uses an aerial hoop suspended from the ceiling to do acrobatic tricks that strengthen and tone the body while creating better body awareness and control. This is a beginner level class focusing on moves on the bottom bar and spins. No prior pole or aerial experience needed.

Beginner Lyra 2

Lyra uses an aerial hoop suspended from the ceiling to do acrobatic tricks that strengthen and tone the body while creating better body awareness and control. This is a beginner to beginner intermediate level class progressing more to top bar hands and beginner level drops. This class is suitable for clients who have taken a few lyra classes.

Intermediate Lyra

Lyra uses an aerial hoop suspended from the ceiling to do acrobatic tricks that strengthen and tone the body while creating better body awareness and control. This is an intermediate level class progressing into drops and more tricks on the top bar. Previous experience is recommended.

All Levels Lyra

Lyra uses an aerial hoop suspended from the ceiling to do acrobatic tricks that strengthen and tone the body while creating better body awareness and control. This is a mixed level class that can range from beginner to intermediate. The instructor will modify to fit each students level and students will progress at their own pace.

Open Practice Time

Open studio time to come and work on your tricks on your own time. Someone will be around to monitor, but there will be no instruction at this time. This is a time to work on the moves you have already learned during class time. Must be a member of Be Fitness for open practice. If you are not a member or are from out of town, please call us for approval to attend open practice. Open practice rate is free for members and $10 per hour for non-members once approved.

**LATE CANCELLATION POLICY**

Due to our limited class size, Be Fitness has a strict late cancellation policy. A $12 fee will automatically be charged for any no shows or cancellations that occur later than 6 hours prior to scheduled class time. This policy applies to all students, no exceptions. A $22 fee will automatically be charged for any no shows or cancellations that occur an hour before class time. Students are required to have a credit card on file in case of a late cancellation or no show. The late fee is charged in lieu of your class pass. You will not lose one of your passes if you cancel with less than 24 hour notice; you will only be charged the late fee.

If you are waitlisted for a class, the late cancellation fee still applies. If you are added to the class and can no longer attend, please give us a 12 hour notice to avoid the late cancellation fee. If you have not yet been added to the class, please make sure to remove yourself from the waitlist. Thank you for your cooperation!

Please call us (216) 227-9710 if you are running late for class. If you are more than 5 minutes late for class, you risk giving up your spot for someone on the waitlist. If you are more than 15 minutes late for class, you will not be permitted into the class.

Our Team

Maribel

TAbatha

Jessica

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MAribel

Maribel has been doing aerial and pole since September 2018. She got into aerials for fitness, because she hates the gym. She started with a Groupon to take a lyra class at Be Fitness and became hooked!

Her favorite part about aerials and pole has been discovering how strong and disciplined she is. She has never been able to do a pull up in her life and now can lift her body up and down all over the place. She put so much effort in learning and improving at the apparatuses, which reminds her of how much she can accomplish when motivated enough. She saw progress right away and that kept me coming back.

She teaches her classes in the way that she trains herself. Classes include lots of conditioning and repetition, to achieve that desired move or routine. Maribel’s favorite aerial moves are dynamics all the way, baby! She loves moves like Rolls, drops, and transitions.
 
Outside of aerials, Maribel is a plant and cat mother. Seems like a juxtaposition, but they’re learning to get along. Her 70+ plants, Lyra, Bellatrix, and herself are doing great!

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