Beginning Aerial Fabric 1.0
These classes are a great introduction to aerial arts and to starting your own aerial practice. In class you will build upper body and core strength as well as leg and shoulder flexibility. These classes focus on learning fundamental moves and the aerial vocabulary that is necessary to progress into wider aerial skill sets. Skills include basic wrap climb, single and double footlock, cross-back straddle, and flying dutchman to name a few.
Students will start their practice on Aerial Sling before moving onto Aerial Silks
Intermediate Aerial Fabric Skills 2.0 & 2.5 (Instructor approval)
Advanced Aerial Skills or Dynamic Aerial (Instructor approval)
Includes skills that require more strength, coordination, and/or body awareness than intermediate. Most dynamic skills are at this level.
Skills include but are not limited to: Bicycle Climb, Straddle Climb, Fancy catcher’s, Simple Planche, Flag, Scissor hip lock, Windmill, Double star, Cartwheel.
Lyra Level 1 & 2 (Aerial Hoop)
A great place to practice your skills and sequences at your own pace under the watchful eyes of a coach.
Act Creation (3 Week Session) Not Offered this Session
Circus Sampler (4 Week Session)
Sling Level 1 & 2
Beginning Aerial Fabric 1.5
These classes are a continuation to 1.0. We'll focus expanding on fundamental moves, and building strength for inverts in the air. Skills include Eggbeater, Dancer's Lock, Variety of Russian climbs, Half Monty, and many others
Students will be working soley on Aerial Silks
Intro to Dance Trapeze
$5 Flexibility Class
In this short but sweet class we'll focus on active flexibility training for a specific goal. Each week the goal will change, options include: Splits, Straddle, Back and Shoulders, Pike, and Hip Extension.
Aerial Technique, Strength Training, & Injury Recovery
Technique is an important aspect of aerial training, and the longer you pursue the aerial arts the more important proper technique becomes. It is best to develop good technique habits from the start rather than undo bad habits. Good technique and strength training go hand and hand; as you develop better technique you can train harder and more efficiently, and as your strength improves you can focus more on proper technique in the air.
Intro to Lyra
The Lyrical Hoop is a great place to start your circus journey. Learn basic mounts, create shapes, learn aerial terminology and technique without the constriction of fabric.
The Circus Arts are a beautiful, creative, and challenging art form that builds unparalleled upper body and core strength, kinesthetic awareness, coordination, and confidence.
What Should I Wear to Class?
Clothing must be flexible and connot inhibit range of motion.
Clothing cannot have zippers, buttons or anything that might catch or snag
Clothing must not be loose enough to get caught or snagged on the apparatus being used (silk, sling, ect.)
No shoes on mats or equipment
No long fingernails or toenails
Long hair must be pulled back
Nothing may be worn around the neck