Aerial Arts I 6:00-7:00pm
(Mixed Hammock and Silks)
Intro to Aerial 11:00am-12:00pm
Open Gym 12:00-1:00pm
Aerial Yoga 2:00-3:15pm
Kids Class 11:00-12:00pm
Hammock I/II 12:00-1:00pm
Open Gym 1:00-2:00pm
Lyra/Aerial Hoop 6:30-7:30pm
Advanced Aerial II/Choreo 7:30-8:30 pm
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Please prepare for class by wearing leggings, tights or other form fitting pants without zippers, or rivets and be free of jewelry (they may rip the silks.)
Also as a courtesy to other classmates please be free of oils, lotions and other odors that will adhere to the silks. Thank you for your cooperation!
Private instruction, Semi-Private (2-4 students) lessons, and aerial "parties" perfect for bachelorette events, birthdays, etc. also available.
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Intro to Aerial Arts:
Is an introductory class for students who are new to aerial arts. This class provides an introduction to the various apparatus, safety precautions, and basic body alignment, core strength, grips, and techniques required for aerial arts. Students are strongly encouraged to take our intro class before progressing to other aerial classes.
Intro to Aerial Arts:
Aerial Conditioning provides aerial and circus specific circuit training using aerial apparatus, floor work and flexibility training tools. All training is designed to increase strength, endurance and flexibility to further progress in the air and help meet your personal fitness goals.
Aerial Arts I:
Provides the basics of aerial silks and tails. This is a mixed level class catering to beginner to intermediate aerialists. Beginners will work mostly in the sling and learn basic silks techniques such as footlocks, proper body alignment, safety, and sequences. Intermediate students will learn progressive sequences, drops in the sling and sequences in tails and will begin to prepare for more complex drops and sequences. All students begin close to the ground and progress as their aerial language and strength expands.
Provides an introductory to aerial fundamentals utilizing a combination of balance, strength, flexibility, and endurance to challenge each student's fitness level. Each class begins with a warm up on the floor and then in the apparatus. Students are navigated through modules of progressive poses and transitions focusing on technique, proper form, core strength, and endurance. While classes are taught in a group setting, individualized assistance is provided to each student to ensure safety and progression. Students may be given alternate poses/transitions to accommodate individual physical ability. Classes conclude with a 10-15 minute conditioning session to develop strength and muscle memory needed for progression.
Aerial Sling/Hammock II:
Is the progressive class after Hammock I Mastery. Hammock II begins to explore more complicated aerial poses and transitions and focuses more intensively on technique. This class will also explore drops and more complicated sequences. This class is designed for those who have increased strength (primarily upper body and core) and can easily move through Hammock I class instruction. Classes begin with a more rigorous warm-up that incorporates more concentration on flexibility and concludes with a 10-15 minute conditioning session to develop strength and muscle memory needed for progression.
Is a practice developed for an aerial sling that is hung low to the ground. Despite its name, many of the poses will be performed with feet or hands on the ground allowing the sling to take some of the pressure off of the weight bearing parts of the body. Because the fabric holds you up, there is a greater freedom to explore the proper alignment of the physical postures without suffering the strain or fatigue of holding yourself in position. Aerial Yoga can be a restorative practice, a good way to rehab an injury or as a low risk introduction to the aerial arts.
This class focuses on aerial artistry in the Aerial Hoop. Students will learn various ways to mount the apparatus, learn basic to more complex poses, and transitions. This class is includes safety precautions, and basic body alignment, core strength, grips, and techniques required for aerial arts. Students are strongly encouraged to take our intro class before progressing to this class unless they have aerial/pole/gymnastics experience. This class is suitable for all levels.
Is a mixed level class that focuses on creative movement in multiple apparatuses. Students will incorporate aerial hammock, aerial silks, lyra, and floor work to translate their passion for aerial into a sampler of many of the classes we offer. This class is great for routine development, general practice, personal training or just fun.
Advanced Aerial II/Choreo:
Is a sequencing and performance motivated class in the silks. Students will learn new tricks, drops, climbs, and poses and incorporate them into more complex progressions. Students must be able to invert in the air with ease, achieve crossback straddle, and be able to maintain a 20 second or longer bent arm hang.
Aerial Jam 11:00-12:00pm
Intro to Aerial 5:30-6:30pm
Dance Trapeze II 6:30-7:30pm
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