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This Louisville studio offers aerial arts and circus fitness classes – WLKY Louisville

Posted: May 13, 2021 at 1:50 am


Students are back flying high at Suspend Louisville.The aerial arts and circus fitness studio's classes are filling back up after a lull during the pandemic. The owner, Anne Miller, said after shutting down in 2020, she's finally seeing business pick back up.More than 200 people take circus classes at Suspend on East Washington Street.Safety guidelines include mandatory mask use, air circulation, thorough cleaning following each session and mandatory hand sanitizing during lessons.Miller said class sizes have also been reduced to allow for social distancing.Alisha Espinosa is thrilled to be back training at Suspend. She's an actress from New York who said Suspend classes are the best she's taken. Espinosa is happy to be back."It was like my nightmare that things would shut down again and we wouldn't be able to keep training," said Espinosa. "So being able to be here with masks on and it's a very easy thing to distance doing, you know, when you're five, ten feet in the air." To learn more about Suspend classes, click here.

Students are back flying high at Suspend Louisville.

The aerial arts and circus fitness studio's classes are filling back up after a lull during the pandemic. The owner, Anne Miller, said after shutting down in 2020, she's finally seeing business pick back up.

More than 200 people take circus classes at Suspend on East Washington Street.

Safety guidelines include mandatory mask use, air circulation, thorough cleaning following each session and mandatory hand sanitizing during lessons.

Miller said class sizes have also been reduced to allow for social distancing.

Alisha Espinosa is thrilled to be back training at Suspend. She's an actress from New York who said Suspend classes are the best she's taken. Espinosa is happy to be back.

"It was like my nightmare that things would shut down again and we wouldn't be able to keep training," said Espinosa. "So being able to be here with masks on and it's a very easy thing to distance doing, you know, when you're five, ten feet in the air."

To learn more about Suspend classes, click here.

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