Three or Six Aerial-Fitness Classes with Registration Fee at Aerial Dance Over Denver (Up to 53% Off)

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In a Nutshell

As they dangle from hoops, fabrics, and trapezes, aerial-fitness students of all experience levels build strength and flexibility

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person. May buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 14 or older. Must sign waiver. Classes must be attended by one person. Must email to reserve a class time. Subject to availability, class size is limited. Valid only for option purchased. Punch card must be completed by expiration date. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

There are few freedoms as liberating as being able to fly, which is why humans spent millennia inventing the airplane and why penguins are so very, very bitter. Exceed evolutionary shortcomings with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $48 for three aerial-fitness classes with registration fee (a $97 value)
  • $80 for six aerial-fitness classes with registration fee (a $169 value)

Seasoned instructors lead 45-minute aerial-fitness and aerial-flexibility classes for up to 24 people. The two classes are open to all experience levels and may cover a variety of aerial techniques, such as trapeze, fabric, and hoops. Aerial-fitness classes take place Wednesday from 6:15–7 p.m., and aerial-flexibility classes are held Tuesday from 6:15–7:15 p.m. No experience necessary.

Aerial Dance Over Denver

Gayle Lynne first took to the sky when she was 53, and was instantly hooked. Her dancing and ice-skating experience hadn’t prepared her for the joys of careening through the air on silks and hoops, but she quickly picked up on the skills, and was inspired to create a studio in which adults and children of all ages could also explore the sky. So Aerial Dance Over Denver was born, hosting air-borne maneuvers with 35 rigging points and seven aerial stations.

Gayle handpicked a fleet of experienced instructors, each primed with a background in dance, to lead students through classes and camps that introduce them to silk fabrics, trapeze work, and contortions—in which patrons increase their flexibility and learn to cram into small spaces, such as an unsuspecting family member's lunch box. Dangling from their material of choice, students perform a routine that builds strength and flexibility, scaled to suit beginners with slow and low maneuvers or veteran airborne artists with high-flying choreography.

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