50 Hour Aerial Specialty

Learn to teach the specialist modality of aerial yoga

The aerial course is an intensive 7 day immersion style learning to deepen the specific teachings at our Windsor studio. This aerial training is designed to train teachers to the highest standards in the specialist modality of aerial yoga technique and teaching in a fun and inspirational way.


Upon completion qualified yoga teachers will be supplied with a certificate of specialty training in aerial yoga teaching. Other non-yoga teacher graduates will be supplied with a certificate of completion in aerial yoga pose study. This course counts towards continual professional development points for existing members of Yoga Australia.


Graduate Testimonials

“Body flow’s approach to Aerial Yoga is so much more from the Yoga side than any other provider I’ve checked out. The course was very well structured and gave a brilliant and broad foundation to Aerial Yoga, leaving me confident to teach beginner and advanced while giving heaps of alignment and hands on assisting for students. Being able to participate, observe and teach part of a class was extremely helpful.”
– 2016 graduate


“The Body Flow Aerial Yoga Teacher Training was the highest standard and I believe teaches the best practice principles in the industry. Teachers, Sarah and Sophie, are extremely knowledgable, personable and dedicated to ensuring their trainees receive comprehensive information. I can confidently say I now feel prepared to teach Aerial Yoga at a quality, professional and safe standard. I developed the awareness of holding a safe place including hands-on adjustment and dealing with difficult students is wonderful.  I enjoyed the observation of each class and the feedback discussion to polish teaching language and posture adjustments.”
– 2018 graduate


“The Training was my highlight this year so far, learn to focus, to teach, to develop, to discover so many new things about Aerial Teaching, Yoga, Sequencing…all this and so much more was part of my transformation and brought clarity in my mind. Sophie and Sarah did such a great job to support us in every stage. I’m very grateful and thankful that I have taken this opportunity to develop my teaching path and to grow.”
– 2019 graduate


“I really enjoyed it all. I think Sarah and Sophie worked fantastically together and both offered a wealth of knowledge and experience. I also enjoyed bonding with the other students and am grateful for the friendships that have arisen from the training.”
– 2019 graduate


Training modules include:

Aerial yoga poses; Benefits, precautions, contraindications and variations of aerial asanas; Sequencing; Anatomy and physiology specific to aerial yoga; Traction, inversion therapy and fascial tissue massage; Aerial yoga teaching methodology; Class management and safety; Interpersonal skills; Yoga philosophy; Breathing and mindfulness; Practicum; Professional mentoring; and Assisting and adjusting in classes.

2021 Dates


The training runs from Sunday, August 8th to Saturday, August 14th. The week-long course runs over the following schedule.

Sunday 8th of August : 11:30am – 7pm

Monday 9th of August : 9am – 6pm

Tuesday 10th of August : 10:30am – 4:30pm

Wednesday 11th of August : 9am – 6pm

Thursday 12th of August : 11:30am – 7:30pm

Friday 13th of August : 11:30am – 7:30pm

Saturday 14th of August : 12pm – 4pm assessment classes


This consists of 44 contact hours with 6 non-contact hours of homework. 95% attendance is required to receive a certificate of completion.


Training overview

Contact hours will be made up of a mixture of Aerial teaching practicum and methodology, assisting in real-time classes involving observation, student adjustment and individual feedback and tuition on class learnings. In addition to the above hours, trainees must complete 5 hours of non contact reading, class planning and written assessment through the course. Optional monthly mentoring via email, in person or phone is available at a reduced cost after graduating. A one hour lunch break will be given each day.

Final assessment times on Saturday will be confirmed during course.

To successfully complete the course, trainees must successfully: complete all preliminary reading and assignment prior to each lecture, participate in aerial flow yoga classes and observation, participate in assisting and adjustment training in body flow yoga studio classes and deliver an aerial intro yoga class as a practical assessment with a class plan.


Prior learning

This course is ideal for yoga teachers or studio owners who want to be qualified to teach aerial yoga but any teaching experience that you have will be an advantage, especially if it is movement based (e.g. yoga, dance, fitness instructor, pilates) for this training. However, it is not vital and we will consider each application on a case by case basis. Please fill in the application forms to the best of your ability with intentions for pursuing the training.



Our 50 hour teacher training is $1,800. Full payment needs to be made to secure your place. Body flow yoga members receive 15% off the full course fees.  All trainees are encouraged to register as members prior to course commencement if it suits their practice needs.


Application Process

To apply for the course please download and complete the application form and send to hello@bodyflowyoga.com. We’ll be in touch to chat about your application after which you can purchase the course online or pay your $500 deposit to reserve your place. Payment plans are arranged over the phone or by email once your deposit has been received.


Applications close one month before the course starts without exception as prerequisite course work needs to be sent out and completed.


Pay your deposit or full course fees here

Frequently asked questions

Download and complete your 50hr Aerial YTT Application Form

Meet your teacher trainers

Sophie Le Fevre – Lead teacher trainer


asana, relaxation, pranayama, yoga philosophy, teaching methodology, sequencing, practicum, energetics, assessment


Sophie is a highly experienced yoga teacher and the director of education at body flow yoga. She grew up with a yoga teacher mother and was interested in yoga from an early age. Sophie qualified as a teacher through the Australian Yoga Teachers Network in 2000 and completed Donna Farhi’s Advanced Teacher Training in 2004. She has taught yoga for over 18 years in classes, workshops, retreats and teacher training.

Sophie has been Level 3 certified by Yoga Australia since 2013, holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Psychology, has a Certificate IV in training and assessment as well as business management qualifications and experience.

She is passionate about connecting the universal principles of movement with breath and establishing strong foundations in poses. Sophie is known to incorporate yoga philosophy in classes with a modern and intuitive grace. She encourages her students’ ability for self observation and mindfullness. She posesses an natural ability to guide students to find listen deeply to aims for authentic experience in her classes.

Sarah Hammond – Lead teacher trainer


anatomy and physiology, asana, teaching methodology, mentoring, sequencing


Sarah is a fun and knowledgable yoga teacher and studio manager with more than 9 years of experience in the industry. Beginning yoga as a teen, she fell in love with the practice and trained as a teacher at just 21 and has been leading classes, workshops and trainings ever since.


Sarah has a background in event management and oversees the day to day running of the studio and the administration of the teacher training program. She is passionate about building community amongst students and teacher trainees and facilitates the mentoring and methodology lectures.


Sarah has trained with Lesley Kaminoff and guides the anatomy and physiology lectures with a focus on the biomechanics of the body combined with a breath centred approach to the way we move. Her classes encourage self awareness and a thorough exploration of movement combined with modern anatomy. She is passionate about guiding students to use their Yoga practice as a means for accepting themselves and acceptance of others.