Thérèse Bailey
Founder & CEO

Step out of what's comfortable and realize your strengths.

Howard University Alumna, Winner in Project Pitch It 2018, certified in Bungee Dance, Aerial Yoga , Yoga Tune Up®; Registered Yoga Teacher, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, and a Member of the Worldwide Federation of Female Professionals.


In 2010, Thérèse made a decision to release the ideas that for a long time felt confining and restrictive, binding her to a career that was never hers.  She chose to follow another pathway leading toward something deeper and spiritual.  Her yoga training was the pathway that would bring her to launching an aerial yoga and aerial arts studio in Milwaukee--vowing to share her enthusiasm for movement arts with a community of curiosity-seekers and dedicated practitioners who also wanted something more, something different.


"My purpose is to connect with and inspire people to use this practice to explore a deeper part of themselves that consists of pure light."

What guides her are the principles of forgiveness, being honest with yourself, love for God, and authentic expression of your innate gifts.  She believes the power of  movement stirs your natural creative juices and has a way of sparking personal growth.

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Serving our community through regular donations to these organizations:

Wisconsin Humane Society

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

American Cancer Society

Neighborhood House

Cystic Fibrosis


Arthritis Foundation of Wisconsin

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin


American Diabetes Association

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation

Boys & Girls Club of Wisconsin

Blood Center of Wisconsin

Concordia University

Marquette Law School

St. Francis of Assisi Parish

Journey House Center for Family Learning


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Black excellence Awards 2020

Minority Owned Business in the City of Milwaukee


Therese Bailey, Founder

Women , Exercise and Longevity


Women who can exercise vigorously are at significantly lower risk of dying from heart disease, cancer and other causes. The research is presented at EuroEcho 2019, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
"Good exercise capacity predicted lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other causes,” said Dr. Peteiro.
“Exercise as much as you can. Fitness protects against death from any cause."
---Dr. Jesús Peteiro, of University Hospital A Coruña