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Open Practice

Open to current students or those with aerial experience by approval. Practice skills you have learned in class and can safely perform on your own. An instructor will be present to supervise and aid in safety, but this class does not provide structured instruction.

Refer to www.gravityalternativemovement.com/studio-policies.html for studio polices surrounding Open Practice time (including Aerial Point Rentals). By registering for this class you agree to these terms.

Please try to let us know in advance which apparatus you would like to use during your training time.

Note: Aerial Point Rental and Aerial Open Practice are very similar services, though do differ in the following ways.

Aerial Point Rental
-Focused training time for self-guided practice on aerial apparatuses.
-Qualified coach(es) will be present in the space to ensure safety, but will be teaching another class during that time.
-Online enrollment maximum of 1, one aerial point available, first-registered, first-served.
-Second student can share aerial point rental with a friend (only one student needs to register online, both pay fee or use a class card visit).
-Registered students will work on a single apparatus during the entire rental (studio equipment or student's equipment).

Open Practice
-Focused or social training time for self-guided practice on aerial apparatuses.
-Qualified coach(es) will be present in the space to ensure safety, and may or may not be teaching another class during that time.
-Online enrollment maximum of 8, four aerial points available, first-registered, first-served.
-Registered students can share and train on all available studio apparatuses during open practice.

TERMS FOR AERIALS CLASSES
Proper attire must be worn to classes. For aerial classes, clothing that provides free, unrestricted range of motion that will not displace when upside-down and are not easily pulled out of place. Clothing must also remain opaque when stretched. Clothing must also provide coverage for midsection, armpits, and backs of knees.

​A sports bra or dance belt, as appropriate, is strongly recommended as a supportive undergarment. Any foot coverings must be removable (socks are great, footed tights are not). Jewelry must be removable. Piercings must be either removable, covered by clothing, able to be covered by athletic tape (we have some at the studio) to prevent damage to the apparatus.

Clothing with zippers, buttons, or other hard pieces that may damage aerial apparatuses is strictly forbidden. Any student who arrives to class without proper attire may be denied participation in class without refund. ​Any cost of damages to aerial apparatuses due to improper attire will be passed onto the student who rendered it unusable (this costs upwards of $200).


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