Online Classes

We are offering both Live-stream and online classes. Please see our timetable to view our Live stream classes each week.

Live-stream session run for an hour and you will have the opportunity to receive virtual one on one tuition with our friendly iSpin instructors as well as safely communicate with other students (if you choose too) from the comfort of your home.

Our online classes are 30 minute recorded choreography based on our live-stream material. They will be accessible to those who cannot make the timetabled sessions or would just like to learn iSpin choreography in their own time.

For instance, if you were to enrol in ‘Chair trix’ the class would be aired at Wednesday at 5:30pm as per the timetable. The class would then be available for viewing after the live-stream had ended.

ONLINE CLASSES:

Body & Mind
Be prepared to take your stretching to a whole new level! Enjoy a core and strengthening yoga-based class with Michelle!
This class will follow the iSpin format of a fluid warm up with some stretching. Core will be a priority to keep you in tone as well as keep your aerial body in tact! The end of the class will focus on your mind to keep you in a good head-space while physically distancing from others. Suitable for all levels.

What you will need:
* Theraband – If you do not have a theraband an old pair of leggings to stretch will do!
* Yoga blocks – If you do not have any blocks that’s fine, some firm pillows, tins, or rolled up towels will be fine!
* Yoga mat or a large towel
* Sweat towel and water bottle

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out.

Honey Flexibility
Each session will focus on a particular area of the body. There will be a mix of passive stretches as well as strengthening mobility drills all designed to help you increase your range of motion. Suitable for all levels.

What you will need:
* Thera band – If you do not have a theraband then an old pair of leggings to stretch will do!
* Yoga blocks – If you do not have any blocks that’s fine, some firm pillows, tins, or rolled up towels will be do!
* Foam roller/spiky ball – If these are not available to you, a tennis ball and a towel firmly rolled will do!
* Small cushion
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
*Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out.

Intermediate/Advanced Pole at home
Learn intermediate to advanced pole moves and combinations. We will also include some pole conditioning. Students should be comfortable with inverting, aerially transitioning between moves, and holding inside / outside leg hangs.

What to bring:
* A gripping agent of your choice… eg dry hands, shaving cream, Envirogrip, candle wax, iTac, pole gloves etc.
* Your preferred pole cleaning solution (metho) and wiping cloth
* Sweat towel and bottle of water
* A pole! Spinning preferred

What to wear:
* Short shorts and a top suitable for a workout!

Let’s Work!
Are you feeling bored and unmotivated to work out while at home? Fear not! This class will give you a full body workout right from the comfort of your own home. All you will need is space to move around and a yoga mat. The class will include a warm up and cardio and strengthening tracks. Work Out Time is suitable for all fitness levels and is a fun way to keep active. Let’s get moving!

What to bring:
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out.

Beginner/Bridging Pole at home
If you’re lucky enough to have a pole at home but are missing your pole friends or lacking the motivation to use your pole without an instructor, then come join iSpin’s cyber spin class! For beginners and bridging level, we’ll get you moving with our usual iSpin flair, covering pole tricks, putting them into a sequence, building those muscles and making sure we don’t lose our calluses! So whip out your brightest pole shorts, and we look forward to seeing you “in” class!

What to bring:
* Any gripping products of your choice (if needed)… eg dry hands, shaving cream, Envirogrip, candle wax, iTac, pole gloves etc.
* Your preferred pole cleaning solution (metho) and wiping cloth
* Sweat towel and bottle of water
* A pole!

What to wear:
* Short shorts so your legs are fully exposed, and a top suitable for a work out!
Chair Trix
Did you know chairs aren’t just for sitting on! Chair trix will teach you some tricks using a chair as a prop and also a routine where you can learn choreography which can be used as part of your floor work when creating routines for any apparatus. It is a fun lighthearted class which will consist of warm-ups, stretching, tricks, floorwork, strength and a routine. Super fun!

What you will need:
* A stable chair – preferably one where the back is too high, cushion that attaches would be great.
* Knee protection – If you do not own a pair of knee pads, you could also use a thick pair of leg warmers over your knees.
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out. Leggings preferably.

Handcraft – Art of balance
This class will consist of a specialised warm-up specifically for handstands, stretching, and core strengthening! If you wanting to learn how to do handstands or even just improve your balance this is the class for you! Join us with a variety of balanced based moves such as hand/elbow balancing, baby freeze balancing, set ups for walk overs and more. It is designed for all levels starting at the basic level.

What you will need:
* Some classes may require a wall (a couch or pole) to be used in learning techniques as well as additional floor space.
* Knee protection – If you do not own a pair of knee pads, you could also use a thick pair of socks over your knees.
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out. Leggings preferably.

Sling at home
Join Amanda every week, from the comfort of your home, in a sling class for all levels! We will do some relaxing stretching in the hammock, as well strength-building. You will also learn some moves, with harder variations available, that piece together into a sling-flow every week. Let’s get moving again!

What to bring:
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.
* A sling!

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable (Leggings are preferred, baggy pants can catch in the apparatus) and a top suitable for a work out.
* Some people like to wear a bolero or a skivvy to cover their elbows/armpits but this is a personal preference. I would bring something along those lines anyway so you have a choice.
Please remove any jewellery that can snag on fabric (earnings are fine to keep in.) Barefoot or socks is the norm.
Slings are available for rent, please email info@ispin.com.au to view our hire rates.

Floor-Play
First things first! Knee protection is essential!
Join is for a cheeky floor-based dance class. Floor-play involves basic acro, contemporary movements, break-dancing movements, balance techniques and a bit of sass! In this class you will also experience flexibility conditioning, strengthening, body awareness and coordination building skills. No experience, flexibility or fitness level required…. We’ll teach you all that!

What to bring:
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
* Knee protection – If you do not own a pair of knee pads, you could also use a thick pair of thigh high socks or tube socks with the toe cut off over your knees.
* High heels are optional… but encouraged! You can wear whatever footwear, or none, if you like.
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable and a top suitable for a workout. Leggings preferred but feel free to dress up in whatever you like!

Can I get a hoop! hoop!
This classes is designed for those who have had basic experience with aerials or have tried lyra in the past. Includes tricks and transitions, cardio, stretching, balancing, flexibility conditioning, inverting, hanging, strengthening, a sequence with basic dance components and aerial acrobatic tricks; Lyra is designed for people with minimal aerial experience. If you currently attend bridging level pole at iSpin or have done a few of our sling classes then lyra is suitable for you!

What to bring:
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.
* A Lyra!

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable (Leggings is preferred, baggy pants can catch in the apparatus) and a top suitable for a work out.
* Some people like to wear a bolero or a skivvy to cover their elbows/armpits but this is a personal preference. I would bring something along those lines anyway so you have a choice.

Lyras are available for rent, please email info@ispin.com.au to view our hire rates.

Dance! Dance! Dance!
This class will get you pumped! Each week you will experience a different style of dance from all kinds of genres! Hip hip, contemporary, Latin, formal, Zumba, jazzercize, Bollywood, country, exotic, bootie, crump, twerking, jazz, old school and just plain weird! The list is endless!
This class is designed to work both body and mind coordination, build self-confidence, musicality, flexibility techniques, cardio and more while experiencing an awesome all over body workout!
Completely open to people of all ages and backgrounds, no dance or experience needed!

What to bring:
* Yoga mat or a large towel.
* Sweat towel and water bottle.

What to wear:
* Bare foot or sneakers. Have a pair of low heels on the side just in case (depending on the style of dance being taught that day.)
* Allow for full body movement such as leggings and a comfortable top suitable for a workout. Feel free to dress up in whatever costume you like!

Strength n’ Stretch
All levels welcome! No experience required and open to everyone, strength n’ stretch a fun class is aimed to increase your strength and flexibility whilst gettin’ down do some jiggy tunes! We begin with a warm up, followed by 40 minutes of cardio and strengthening tracks that will work the whole body. For the last 20 minutes of class you can expect various stretches designed to increase your flexibility. Learn some helpful tips and techniques used for flexibility conditioning such as dynamic, active splits, isolated movement, yoga, and much more!

What you will need:
* Theraband – If you do not have a theraband an old pair of leggings to stretch will do!
* Yoga blocks – If you do not have any blocks that’s fine, some firm pillows, tins, or rolled up towels will be fine!
* Yoga mat or a large towel
* Sweat towel and water bottle

What to wear:
* Clothing that allows full body movement and is comfortable / suitable for a work out.

 

In-Studio Classes (currently unavailable)

Beginners Pole

Beginners includes flexibility conditioning, pole tricks, cardio fitness, strengthening and a routine. No previous experience or fitness level is required.  This is basic 101 introduction to pole! We will condition your body to adapt to pole! The attire for pole is not a fashion statement we assure you! Skin sticks to the pole so the more exposed the better you’ll grip! Wear short shorts, as you will need your legs and knees exposed. A top that is comfortable, say something you might wear for the gym and bring a towel! Bare foot or sneakers is the usual footwear, however your welcome to bring something a little bit more exotic!

 

Bridging Pole

Take the leap to bridging! Includes flexibility conditioning, pole tricks, cardio fitness, strengthening and a routine. This is the level where you become comfortable upside down on the pole and learn to hold weight bearing moves. If you are unsure if you are ready to move up to bridging have a talk with your instructor, send an inquiry to info@ispin.com.au or swing us a line on 0434621546 for a chat!

 

Intermediate Pole

Includes flexibility conditioning, pole tricks, transitions, handstand breakdowns, cardio fitness, strengthening, and a routine. In Intermediate you will develop confidence with upside down moves and progress to more complex combinations and transitions. This level is a challenging strength and cardio workout. If you are unsure if you are ready to move up to Intermediate have a talk with your instructor, send an inquiry to info@ispin.com.au or swing us a line on 0434621546 for a chat!

 

Advanced Pole

This class is aimed at an high intermediate – Advanced level. It is not assumed that everyone in the class will be able to attempt every move (there are different levels for most moves). The class focuses on a range of pole tricks (western and Chinese pole), combinations, floor-work, technique, acrobatics, doubles tricks, tumbling and transitions.  There is a routine aimed at intermediate level with the option of harder extensions. If you are unsure if you are ready to move up to Advanced have a talk with your instructor, send an inquiry to info@ispin.com.au or swing us a line on 0434621546 for a chat!

 

 

Sling

Open to men and women. Sling classes include yoga, stretching, balancing, flexibility conditioning, inverting, hanging, strengthening, dance, aerial acrobatic tricks and transitioning sequences; The sling can be held together and used as a singular entity, split into two like a big horseshoe or opened up into an enormous hammock. Sling is a Beginner level class so very accessible to those completely new to aerial fitness – the softest/simplest of the aerial styles but with enough challenge for the stronger and more confident students. Attire is leggings or 3/4 pants, clothes that are not loose (the sling can catch on baggy clothes). On top, again, wear nothing too loose. Give yourself the option of long sleeve or short sleeve tops. Bare foot or socks is the norm!

 

Lyra

Open to both men and women, Lyra is a metal ring suspended from an anchor point. It swings like sling and spins like pole!
This classes includes tricks and transitions, cardio, stretching, balancing, flexibility conditioning, inverting, hanging, strengthening, a sequence with basic dance components and aerial acrobatic tricks; Lyra is designed for people with minimal aerial experience. If you currently attend bridging level pole at iSpin or have done a few of our sling classes lyra is suitable for you! Attire is leggings or 3/4 pants, clothes that are not loose (you want to be able to slide over/through the lyra). On top, wear nothing too loose. Give yourself the option of long sleeve or short sleeve tops. Bare foot or sneakers in the norm.

 

 

Strength n’ Stretch

All levels welcome! No experience required and open to everyone, strength n’ stretch a fun class is aimed to increase your strength and flexibility whilst gettin’ down do some jiggy tunes! We begin with a warm up, followed by 40 minutes of cardio and strengthening tracks that will work the whole body. Each week you will work with different equipment such as Pole fitness, swiss ball, therabands, weights etc. For the last 20 minutes you can expect various stretches designed to increase your flexibility. Learn some helpful tips and techniques used for flexibility conditioning such as dynamic, active splits, isolated movement, yoga, and much more!

 

iSpin AM Boot-camp

Start the day with some good tunes and exercise. This is a fitness focused class in the morning that encourages a solid workout before the working day begins. Who needs the gym when you can get a full cardio workout and learn a trick or two!

 

iSpin Aerial Time

When enrolling at iSpin you get 3x free Aerial Times to practice your latest skills!

Wednesday 12:30pm, Saturdays at 11:30am and Sundays at 2:30pm.

Aerial time is a supervised practice session designed to revise the current material. You can attend as many as you like during your enrollment! You can use Aerial Time as a free-styling session and/or ‘catch-up’ lessons. There is a mix of levels, aerial types, open to men and women.  They are also a great opportunity to get some one-on-one PT time with your instructor.  Note occasionally Aerial Time sessions may involve sharing aerial apparatus.

 

Private Lessons

These cater to individual or small group fitness needs.