Experience the Aerial Difference





Aerial is an amazing session filled with playful poses, stretching, strengthening, and relaxation.  It is a workout unlike any other and most individuals love the change in pace from the typical workout as it conditions the entire body.

Aerial Fit Classes

Experience the therapeutic, strength, and relaxation that aerial fitness has to offer.

Stretch, fly, breathe, strengthen, and relax using an aerial hammock harness suspended from the ceiling while doing yoga-esque poses, Pilates, Calisthenics. All forms are integrated together for a workout that is like no other.


The aerial fitness sessions at EverFit are not your typical workout.   Many of our poses are yoga-esque in nature and are therapeutic while creating strength in the abdominal and core muscles, as well as provide flexibility, and relaxation. Inverted poses create length that creates space in the spine decreasing compression. You will bring out your playful side as your entire body will be challenged and nurtured with every session ending with a meditation in a pose called Cocoon.


Located in downtown Brighton and just minutes off the express way (Spencer Rd). The studio is in the upper level of an old renovated and historic building that has a lot of natural light, good energy, brick walls, and charm. Located in downtown Brighton where there is plenty to do before and after classes to make your day complete. Saturday farmers market is a nice treat to shop fresh produce after classes on Saturday or to go out with your girlfriends after class in the eves.


These sessions are limited to 6-7 individuals for individualized attention and safety.



The pose featured above is a wonderful inverted pose that our students are inspired to build toward.  Not everyone chooses to do inverted poses, many poses are challenging, and as many types of yoga classes teach, participants honor their own bodies in their own practice, often working to these type of poses as they develop their skill.


Increased flexibility, balance, and body alignment

Conditioning and increased muscle tone

Build strength and body awareness

Decompress the spine through inversions

Sense of fun, playfulness, freedom, and confidence

Complete relaxation

Many clients have commented on decrease of headaches, neck pain, and body stiffness.

Is Aerial Fitness the right session for me??

There are some considerations, as with many fitness classes, to make before joining aerial. Below is all you need to know to make your fly experience the best.

Qualifying for aerial sessions:

At No But’s Too Big Studio, one must be able to hold a full plank for 30 seconds, have little to no shoulder limitations (lack of range of motion is ok, pain should be addressed by physical therapist prior to starting), spinal stenosis, arthritis in the bones of the spine, or glaucoma.

Motion Sickness: 

There is swinging that happens in our sessions.  We take some fly time which involves movements where we swing back and forth on the swing so individuals with a history of  motion sickness tend to have issues with this type of workout.  Some of our clients do take a ginger chew and avoid eating before session to avoid being nauseous during workouts.

Inversion Euphoria:   

Some individuals experience nauseousness the first couple times when they invert because of the body being upside down.  Blood will move from the legs to the abdomen and to the head and can cause a feeling of sickness, pressure, and euphoria.  Most people love the feeling, for others it has some getting used to.  This goes away typically within the first couple sessions as the body adapts.  We recommend not eating within 45 minutes of session.

Increase Range of Motion of the Spine:  

Aerial typically is gentle on the body and the inversions help to lengthen the spinal muscles and create decompression.  Many of our clients chiropractors said their patients had better movement in areas that were compressed and “locked down” and had better chiropractic adjustments after joining our sessions.  If you have a history of glaucoma, pregnancy (yin okay), herniated disc, spinal stinosis, and/or arthritis in the joints of the spine this could be aggravated during these movements. We typically tell people to exercise caution and listen to the body during each session.

Arthritis in the hands:  

Aerial Fitness uses a lot of hand strength and gripping throughout the entire workout.   Aggravation to joints can occur due to arthritis. We recommend garden gloves with rubber grips for this workout to keep the hands from over gripping the silk and it helps in building confidence.

Uncomfortable being in enclosed spaces: 

There are a couple of points in which you might be enclosed in the silk during the session especially Cocoon meditation.  If you have extreme fear of encloses spaces this might be a tough session for you.  If it is mild most individuals do just fine.  There are ways of managing this anxiousness during the session.  We recommend keeping your head out of the silk and always seeing an opening during these sessions so you can see the world around you.


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