Sometime last year, I tried it, but then I started to teach a conflicting class and was unable to continue. I found it quite different from yoga as I know ~ of course this would depend on the teacher, and yoga is after all a life practice, so everything is yoga whether you realize it or not. :) What I mean is that the class was more playful than meditative or philosophical.
Having said that, I loved it. I think it has several benefits for a yogi. First, lots of inversions and partial inversions with rope support. You get upside down and can experience the benefits of inversions, but in a somewhat restorative way. Not that it is purely restorative. I would say the other big benefit is that it strengthens muscle groups that are helpful for traditional asana but don’t necessarily get enough strengthening in my regular practice. It’s good for challenging fears, introducing play and breaking out of habits of doing things.
I would like to continue with it as a complement to my regular practice. The schedule doesn’t work well for me, but things should be easier now that we’re getting to the end of the semester and my schedule is shifting. I’ll update and say if class is how I remember it. :)