6800 Gulfport Boulevard, Suite 205
South Pasadena, FL 33707

Aerial Basics


This class is taught by:

Jill Perry

 
Jill Perry, Founder, E-RYT500, YACEP, Lead Teacher RYT200, Lead Teacher RYT500

Jill Perry is the founder of Tree of Life Yoga. After spending 25+ years in the insurance and financial services fields, Jill opened ToLY as a result of experiencing personal transformation from a yoga practice that provided relief from chronic back pain as well as managing stress. Jill has years of teaching experience during her years in a corporate environment and also studied and taught group fitness classes, spiritual texts and studies, as well as providing insurance education and Continuing Education to colleges.

As a result of her belief that yoga and holistic fitness is for every body and everybody, she set about building a center that offers classes suitable for all levels of yoga, beginner to advanced, as well as meditation, barre, Pilates, Ayurveda, personal training, private and small-group instruction. Coming from a place of her years of experience in corporate training and as an adjunct instructor she developed and teaches, along with a staff of six experienced and well-educated yogis, both 200 and 500 Hour Yoga Alliance certification programs, as well as developing and teaching continuing education for yoga teachers, workshops, series classes, and master classes.

Jill’s public classes offer a blend of flow, meditation, pranayama, and a connection to Self. She loves teaching students who are seeking to go deeper into their practice.

Take your practice from the ground to the air! This 2-week class is designed for those who are new to Aerial Yoga but may feel overwhelmed at the idea of jumping into a class. You will learn how to stay safe in the hammock, how the hammock moves with you, and the basic moves that you will encounter in many of our Aerial/Flying Yoga classes. Vignettes of Flying Yoga – Series A will be introduced and practiced with each class featuring a different section of A. As we work our way towards savasana, you’ll wonder what kept you from doing Aerial Yoga sooner.

Clients must wear t-shirts with sleeves and pants below the knee. For the protection of the fabric and the student, no jewelry or zippers may be worn.