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Aerial Hoop

Build strength and flexibility while improving balance and coordination with an Uplift Active aerial hoop. The Aerial Hoop, also known as a Lyra hoop, is a circus apparatus used to perform beautiful movements, tricks and shapes in the air. Our aerial Lyra hoops are perfect for everyone, from beginners following an instructor in a class to professionals perfoming in large settings. Our aerial rings are made with hollow stainless steel, available in Single Point, Double Point, and Tabless configurations.

If you’re an aerial performer and love hammocks, silks, or poles, you’ll love an aerial ring. Browse our variety of aerial hoops for your aerial business or in-home studio and enhance your aerial fitness or dance skills.

Which is better, a Single Point, Double Point, or Tabless aerial lyra hoop?

Whether you select a Single Point, Double Point, or Tabless (zero point) hoop depends on how you are going to use your aerial hoop. Keep in mind:

  • Single Point hoops tend to rotate a lot more, they can be rigged in smaller spaces, and there is more open space at the top of the hoop.
  • The rotation of Single Point hoops allow for additional moves and the tab provides stability.
  • Double Point hoops allow you to perform moves that tip forward and back with a smaller amount of lateral movement (more like a trapeze).
  • Double Point hoops generally allow less overall movement. They also allow for an extra range of poses to be performed on the top bar. However, due to the method of rigging, they do take up more vertical space.
  • Double Point hoops can be rigged from a single point instead of both points, effectively meaning they can act as a Single, or a Double Point hoop!
  • Tabless hoops also can be rigged as either a Single or Double Point hoop, and they can be more comfortable in some moves.
  • Tabless hoops have the most movement and can be tippier than hoops with tabs.

What is the difference between your aerial ring grip sizes?

The thickness difference between the two grip sizes of hoops is 9mm. If you are used to practicing on a dance pole or other bar gymnastics equipment, or if you have larger hands, you may have a preference for a wider grip. The 25mm is the industry standard size, and the 34mm is a little thicker.


Our equipment is top quality, independently engineer load tested and certified, and comes with a 1-Year Warranty. It's built to last for many, many years!


We can ship to almost every corner of the world! Plus, it's fast. We work with the best supply chains to get you your order as quickly as possible!


From finding the right gear for your space, to providing the best tips on how to use it, our aerial equipment experts are here to help. We also provide training tutorials to help in your journey!