Air Lincoln Park

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If you've been to a Pink concert, you've seen her flying over the arena in silk hammocks while she sings. You can learn those moves (singing optional) at this fitness center, which teaches suspension training classes that fuse ballet barre work, yoga and Pilates with aerial silk hammocks. The pros at Air encourage you to take a 50-minute Foundation class before jumping right in. Class reservations are required and you should wear yoga-like attire for the workout.

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Venue name: Air Lincoln Park
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Address: 2217 N Clybourn Ave
Chicago

Cross street: between Webster and Greenview Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Sun 6am–9pm
Transport: Bus: 74.
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Chelsie L
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I tried my first aerial fitness class at the new South Loop location (1317 S. Michigan Ave.) and I'm still sore, days later. This 50 minute workout is a great option if you're looking for something different to work muscles you rarely use. Our instructor was thorough and offered modifications for every exercise. It's harder than you think, because you're supporting your body weight the entire time. Most of the exercises were fairly traditional (planks, crunches, stretching, etc) except using silk hammocks hanging from the ceiling. At the end of class, you're able to show off the "air pose of the week" to enter in their instagram contest for a prize. I hear every instructor teaches very differently, so I'll be back soon to try another class. And master a cool pose.