Aerial Silks & Circus Arts
It is an exciting time for the Aerial Silks art form. It is rapidly gaining popularity and continues to explode with exciting new developments. This type of training used to be limited to Olympic level gymnasts and circus performers, but now it is being offered to the public all around the world in gymnastics, dance and fitness programs. The growth from the performance arena to the fitness industry is proving the fantastic benefits of increased strength, flexibility and muscular endurance in a low impact activity.
Beginner Workshop – Sunday 4/23 from 7:00-8:15pm! Click HERE to register.
Frequently Asked Questions
When watching an advanced aerialist, the suspense builds as an they wrap complex, multi-dimensional sequences, then drop into free-falls until the last second when they catch themselves mere feet from the ground. Poses and sequences are inspired by older aerial arts forms like trapeze or rope, but new ones are constantly being discovered, including dynamic movements like drops, slides and rolls. The fabric is elegant, supple and pliable and is wrapped and unwrapped around various parts of the body.
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