Kendell has been a dancer for over twenty years and has taught dance to youth and adults in Fairbanks for over a decade. She trains in all styles of dance from tap to ballet, breakdancing to contemporary and so many more. Kendell teaches Dance in the Fairbanks Area and is the creator and Director for the successful Dance REVolution Crew. Her experience and knowledge of dance styles makes her the go to instructor for technique, choreography, and performance. She has been training on aerial silks, hammock, and Lyra since 2011 and began teaching private lessons in 2014. She continues to train full time and takes classes whenever the opportunity arises. She has completed many hours of Aerial Teacher Training focusing on Silks and Lyra from Jenn Bruyer of Versatile Arts, Level 1 and 2 Lyra Teacher Training with Hoop Artist T Lawrence, and completed Aerial Rigging Workshops taught by Fight or Flight Ent. Kendell’s teaching style focuses on having fun while learning and building strong foundations in safety, technique, and musicality. Her passion and dedication will have you flying in no time!
Check out her Instagram here @Kendell.Mac
Before I started Aerial silks my primary activities were rock climbing, biking, and hiking. At the UAF indoor rock wall a group of aerialists would set up their silks sometimes; this was my first encounter with fabric. In the Spring of 2016 I joined the Aurora Aerial Arts club.
After gaining some experience in the fabric, I began taking lessons around Fairbanks. In December of 2018 I went to Seattle during Aerial Apogee and took six days of workshops. In the Winter of 2019 I attended and recieved my Level 1 Silks Teacher Certification from Paper Doll Militia, Born to fly curriculum.
During the Summer I work as an arborist for Golden Valley Electric cutting trees and brush on power line right-of-ways
Audrey is a lifelong performer who has dabbled in acting, dancing, and tumbling since she could walk. She joined a circus club at the University of Chicago in 2012, and discovered that the circus arts were the perfect medium of self-expression for her. She moved to Fairbanks in 2016 for graduate school and was ecstatic to find a vibrant silks community here. She loves introducing people to the joys of silks and helping them overcome challenges to grow in strength and skill. A goal of hers as a teacher is to encourage students to use performance as an outlet to express their personalities without fear and allow their alter egos to take control.