Aerials

Open Aerials

Open Aerials

(Ages 12+) Learn how to climb ropes, get on a trapeze, build core strength and upper body strength and increase flexibility. Suitable for all fitness and ability levels this class has various drills and skills for everyone. You will walk away accomplished and feeling great after you achieve many amazing tricks with varying in difficulties.

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Kids Aerials

Kids Aerials

With qualified aerials instructor Eden Pendleton, your children learn various aerials skills In a safe, fun and encouraging environment. Accomplishing new drills and skills every week these cases provide a great basis for leaning core and upper body strength and achieving new heights each week.

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Lyra

Lyra

Aerial Hoop, also known as Lyra is a circular apparatus, resembling a hoola hoop, suspended from the ceiling, on which you can perform aerial acrobatics. It can be used static, spinning or swinging. It combines strength and body awareness to make beautiful shapes whilst twirling above the ground. Our classes work off a program designed to build strength and flexibility to perform on the Lyra and begin with some warm up stretching and conditioning. Students will learn the basis for various movements, ideal form and technique and safety on the apparatus.

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Silks

Silks

Aerials silks, also known as aerial tissue is a circus apparatus and a type of performance in which an artists perform aerial acrobatics while hanging from a fabric. The fabric consists of polyester lycra that hangs from the ceiling and is used to wrap, suspend, drop, swing, and spiral their bodies into and out of various positions. An aerial silks class consists of a proper cardiovascular warm-up and flexibility training and is followed by guided technique instruction.

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Trapeze

Trapeze

Static trapeze is a bar suspended from two ropes. With similar shapes being able to be performed then on lyra, the trapeze also has the ability to swing. Static trapeze refers to a trapeze act in which the performer moves around the bar and ropes, performing a wide range of movements including balances, drops, hangs while the bar itself stays generally static.

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