Frequently Asked Questions


How do I register for classes?

To register for classes, please fill in the form and sign the waiver here. This will create a MindBody account for you.

Once registered, you can log into MindBody to view classes or you can sign up directly on the ForeverAerial Website.

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What does it mean if I'm on the waitlist?

If you are on a waitlist, it means the class is full, and your place is on hold. If someone cancels their booking, your position on the waitlist will move up. You will receive a notification email if you are added to class. At that point, the cancellation policy will come into effect.

What happens if I'm late to the class?

We ask that you arrive at least 5 minutes before your class's scheduled start time. We understand that circumstances may cause tardiness. If you are late, please enter quietly and with minimal interruption.

What is the age requirement?

You need to be over 18 years old to register for classes. If you are under 18 years old, a legal guardian is required to register with you in order to schedule classes.

What is the cancellation policy?

Forever Aerial requests that you cancel at least three hours before your scheduled class. This provides the studio with the opportunity to fill your vacated spot. Cancellations can be made either by phone or online. If you cancel the class at least 3 hours before its scheduled start time, the class will be returned to your package.

However, if you cancel within 3 hours before the start of your scheduled class, you will lose the class, and it will not be returned to your package.

Return/Refund Policy?

Forever Aerial classes or product items are non-refundable and non-transferable. Once a package has expired and you have remaining classes, these classes may be "rolled over" with the purchase of another package (offer expires one month after the original expiration date). For legitimate medical conditions, your package can be placed on hold for up to 6 months.

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Why can't I reach the studio?

Our instructors may be in the middle of class at the time of your call or message. If you can't reach us, please feel free to send us a text. We will call you back or respond to your message within 24 hours.

Dress Code Policy?

Students are expected to dress in athletic wear during scheduled classes. All students are expected to be well-groomed and in clean clothes.


  • Pole 1 students are recommended to wear anything above the calves for ankle/calf spins.
  • Pole 2 students are recommended to wear short shorts to facilitate climbing the pole and using their legs for tricks.
  • Students in Pole 3 and above are recommended to wear pole bottoms (bikini-style) to improve grip on the pole.


  • Students taking silks are required to wear long sleeves, and both silks and lyra students are recommended to wear leggings to prevent rug/tape burns.


Classroom Etiquette

Please arrive 5 minutes before class and check in with the instructors prior to your class start time. All personal belongings should be placed in the cubbies. Cell phones must be placed on vibrate or in silent mode. Forever Aerial is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Respect managers, instructors, and students. Forever Aerial does not tolerate disrespect among the manager, instructors, or students. Failure to comply with this policy will result in the loss of privileges/classes for instructors and students.



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What is the teaching style at Forever Aerial?

We embrace the various teaching styles of our instructors, but our first priority is to teach the foundation of each Aerial Dance.

How will I know I'm ready to transition to the next level?

Students are expected to work at their own individual pace and should not compare themselves to other students’ progress or regression. For students enrolled in Pole classes, instructor approval is necessary before they can advance to higher-level classes.

Why are conditioning and strengthening classes important?

There are many benefits to taking conditioning and strengthening classes. The primary benefits include:

  • Strengthening Supporting Muscles: Aerial dance places unique demands on the body, requiring strong and balanced muscle groups to execute movements gracefully and safely. Conditioning and strengthening classes target these specific muscles, helping participants build the strength needed to perform aerial maneuvers.
  • Balancing Muscle Imbalances: Many people have muscle imbalances due to their daily activities or sports. Aerial dancers often rely on symmetrical strength and flexibility, so these classes can help correct any imbalances, ensuring both sides of the body are equally prepared for the demands of aerial dance.
  • Increasing Mobility: Aerial dance often involves a wide range of motion and flexibility. Conditioning classes can improve overall flexibility and mobility, allowing dancers to execute movements with greater ease and grace.
  • Stabilizing Joints: The stress placed on joints during aerial dance can be significant. Strengthening exercises help stabilize joints, reducing the risk of injuries like sprains or strains.
  • Enhancing Coordination: Aerial dance requires exceptional coordination, as it involves performing movements in mid-air. Strengthening and conditioning classes can improve overall body control and coordination, helping dancers execute routines more precisely.
  • Injury Prevention: Perhaps the most important benefit is injury prevention. By building strength, improving flexibility, and ensuring balanced muscle development, participants are less likely to experience injuries during their aerial dance practice.

Forever Aerial's recommendation to take these classes is a proactive approach to ensure the safety and success of their students.

Why is it recommended not to use grip assistance?

We recommend that you avoid using grip assistance, especially in introductory classes. Utilizing aids such as dry hands prevents you from developing the necessary strength required to advance to higher class levels.

Additionally, it's crucial to minimize the spread of bacteria for the health of other students, which can occur when using any form of grip assistance.

How can I stop my hands from sweating?

Everyone has different skin types. If your skin appears shiny throughout, you likely have oily skin. If it feels tight and is flaky or scaly, you likely have dry skin.

Sweating on your hands will reduce over time as you build confidence and with consistent practice. As you become more confident, you may notice less sweat as you enjoy the sport more.

We recommend washing your hands with regular soap and water to reduce oil and/or lotion. There is an easily accessible bathroom in the studio to do so.

What is the difference between Pole Sports and Pole Choreography?

Whether you choose to participate in Pole Sport or Choreography, both forms of exercise will engage your entire body. Pole Sport originated from Pole Dance but places less emphasis on the dance and sensual aspects. Instead, it incorporates acrobatics and strength exercises to help you build strength, flexibility, and endurance.


Why are socks recommended for Pole 1?

We recommend wearing socks when starting pole sports to help you learn the basics of hand placement and spinning around the pole without getting used to the friction of your foot on the floor.

Why should I wait to wear high heels when beginning Pole Choreo?

Bare feet are a great way to begin pole dancing. We recommend waiting until you advance to Pole 2/3 before adding heels, as this will allow you to learn moves on the pole without worrying about balancing or the extra strain.

Why do I need to learn inside and outside terminology?

At Forever Aerial, we incorporate 'inside' and 'outside' into our regular class terminology.

Inside: This refers to the leg and arm closest to the pole. Outside: This refers to the leg and arm on the other side of the pole.

You'll also encounter these terms if you decide to take Aerial Silks or Lyra.

Why is it recommended to work/train both sides?

We all have a side of our body that is stronger than the other side, but it is important to train both sides to avoid issues such as:

  1. Musculoskeletal imbalances: If you only work on one side of the body, those muscles will develop more than the other side, causing imbalances and increasing the risk of injuries.
  2. Lack of skill: Training both sides will enhance your fluidity in your chosen aerial sport, enabling you to perform different combinations with ease. This will make you more proficient on the pole and allow you to execute a wider range of combinations.

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