Class Descriptions

Static Trapeze is a steel bar suspended by a thick rope on each side that kind of looks like a swing. In this super fun beginner friendly class students will learn basic trapeze skills and build strength, stamina, and technique. Students will be encouraged to work at their own pace and coaches will work with them where they are at. No prerequisites. Come prepared to work hard and have fun in a unique and supportive environment.
In this class we will introduce new and exciting trapeze skills and the necessary strength and technique building drills to accomplish them. Students should expect to take this class multiple times before being ready to take Trapeze 2. Instructors will keep continuing students challenged by offering harder variations and help mastering things they already know throughout class. Check out the prereqs and talk to your coach to see if this class is right for you.
Prerequisites
  • Must have Instructor permission
  • Minimum 12 weeks of Intro to Trapeze
  • Safe bent arm straddle mount with chest through at top (small jump is ok but cannot grab with foot)
  • Safe form on baby knee beats with heels consistently pressed down
  • Safely and cleanly get to sit on bar
  • Bent arm tuck hang from bar 5 seconds with chin above bar
  • Bent arm tuck hang on ropes 5 seconds with hands at shoulders
  • Safe, clean, slide to stand on their own
  • Mastery of most if not all Trapeze Intro skills
For students who have mastered the most if not all skills taught in Trapeze 1 class, met the prerequisites, and received instructor permission, come join us in Trapeze 2! Students will begin learning rope skills, combinations, and staying up in the air longer. Students can expect to learn skills such as seahorse, front balance, straddle back balance, forward roll, and ankle hang. Students should expect to repeat this level several times since it takes a while to master these skills and 6 weeks is barely enough time to introduce them all. Coaches will keep continuing students challenged by giving harder drills and guidance with mastering the skills they already know.
Prerequisites
  • Must have Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all skills in Trapeze 1
  • Level 1 bent arm up down with good form
  • Angel from ankle hook both sides belly up and belly down with good form

This class is for students who have mastered most if not all Trapeze 2 skills and have instructor permission and meet the prerequisites. Level 3 dives into more complicated wraps, rolls, and swings, and introduces some basic strength moves. Some skills that we will work on in this class include: 1 knee roll up, crows nest, wrapped angel, and shoulder stand. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!

Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission

  • Mastery of most is not all level 2 skills
  • Level 2 bent arm up down with good form (includes forward roll) (Must pull all the way up out of ball)
  • Crucifix with good form
  • Ankle hang with good form 10 seconds (piked or hollow is acceptable)
  • Demonstrate consistent leg engagement throughout all skills

    Solid front balance with legs lifted and together

For level 3 trapeze folks who do not yet meet the prerequisites for Trapeze 4 but are quite familiar with Trapeze 3 skills and want to work hard, push themselves, and be challenged.
Prerequisites
  • Students must be very familiar with all level 3 trapeze curriculum

Students who have mastered most if not all skills in Trapeze 3, met the prerequisites, and have instructor permission can delve into the exciting world of Trapeze 4! Some skills that we will work on in this class include: Pike throughs, straight arm work, mixed grip rolls, arm flags, toe hang, back balance, double wrapped angel, and much more. Creativity exercises will also be a part of this class. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!

Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission

  • Mastery of most if not all level 3 skills
  • Straight leg straddle inversion on ropes with chest through at top (hold 5 seconds)
  • Single wrapped angel with good form
  • 2 inversions on ropes connected
  • Ankle hang with good control and no sliding fully extended (hold 10 seconds)
  • Pullover (small jump is ok)
  • Good 1 knee roll up both sides
  • Must be able to do both mighty mouse and wonder woman forward rolls
  • Shoulder extension 1/2 way (shins parallel with ground while in a tight tuck) and return on both bar and ropes

This class intermediate level Trapeze class is for Bumbershoot coaches. Must be a Bumbershoot coach or assistant coach to take this class.

This Intermediate level class will work on experimentation, improvisation, and creative transitions as well as straight arm work and more difficult moves. Instructor permission required. As always, come prepared to work hard and have fun!

Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
Prerequisites
  • Instructor Permission

This class is a fun, beginner friendly introduction to Aerial fabric or "Silks" which is a very strong fabric that we climb on. If you are excited about climbing, wrapping, and playing in the air while supported by a fabric, this is the class for you! There are no prerequisites to take this class and it is designed to help you build a solid foundation in aerial strength and technique. This takes time, however, so students should expect to take this class multiple times before being ready to take Silks 1. With each time they repeat the Silks Intro class, instructors will keep continuing students challenged by giving more variations and help mastering what they have learned. Be patient and enjoy the process! Come prepared to work hard, and have fun!

Have you taken Silks Intro before? Are you familiar with all the skills taught in Silks Intro but still need more strength to meet the Silks 1 prerequisites? Are you familiar and comfortable spotting and being spotted? Do you like working hard, pushing yourself and being pushed by the instructor? Then this class is for you! All the same skills you know from Silks Intro will be taught but with less explaining, fewer breaks, more reps, and more POWER! Designed to help you bump your strength to the next level, this action packed class is fun and empowering. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Must have taken minimum of 6 weeks of Silks Intro and Strength building.
In this class, students will begin low to the ground and work their way higher as they build strength, stamina, and familiarity with basic climbs, wraps, and body positions. Students can expect to learn leg lock AKA same side lock and figure 8 foot lock sequences as well as basic climbs and descents. Students should expect to repeat this 6 week class several times before they will be ready to take Silks 2. Coaches will keep continuing students challenged by giving them opportunity to work towards mastery of skills they already know as well as harder variations when appropriate. Come prepared to work hard, have fun, and enjoy the process!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Minimum 12 weeks of Intro level Silks or Rope classes.
  • Solid understanding and ability to execute most if not all Silks Intro skills
  • Classic climb to top and inchworm down with good form
  • Must be able to invert in a straddle from the ground with fabric apart AND fabric together and hold 3 seconds at top. NO KNOT and without help. Perfect form is not necessary.
  • 10-second bent-arm hang in hollow body.
In this exciting class, students will increase their strength and stamina as they work higher, stay in the air longer, and learn skills like bat, X back straddle, superman drop, ankle hang, catchers sequence and more. There is more packed into level 2 silks than anyone could master in 6 weeks so students should expect to hang out (pun intended ;-) in this level for a while before being ready to move up to level 3. Come prepared to have fun and be challenged in a supportive environment!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all level 1 skills
  • Must be able to invert in a straddle FROM THE AIR (fabrics together AND apart) without help. Perfect form not necessary.
  • Solid leg lock sequence, on both sides
  • Classic climb to the top, hand-under-hand descent 2 consecutive times, without touching ground in between
  • Solid 6 hangs (10 seconds each)
  • Verbal explanation of leg lock sequence
In this class we will learn new ways to get into crossback straddle while working on the core strength you need to meet the prerequisites for level 3 silks. Come play with us and learn new tricks and transitions!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • One session of level 2
  • Must be able to do a crossback straddle (perfect form not necessary)
In this class, students will work on skills such as hip key, same side stand up, big L, Rebecca Split seq, trapeze drop and more. Strength, stamina, and good form will be a focus in this class. Come prepared to work hard and have fun. An emphasis will also be placed on fabric theory and understanding "what's holding you up?" Be prepared to hang out in this class for a while before being ready to move up to level 4.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all level 2 skills
  • Crossback straddle with good form and verbal explanation (straight legs and no arching)
  • Superman drop with good form, straight legs, and not grabbing with the feet in the pullover, and verbal explanation
  • Hold 10-second bent arm hang then invert with good form
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • one session of level 3 silks
  • Rebecca split sequence with good form
In this class we will focus on dives such as 360, tick tock, and salto, as well as belay, single star, bottle opener and more. Students are expected to have a solid understanding of foundational skills and positions and be able to execute them with proper form and technique. A strong focus will be placed on over all understanding of good form, "what's holding you up and why does it work?" and the ability to give verbal explanations. Creativity and performance exercises will also be a part of the class.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all level 3 silks skills
  • 3 knee climbs, starting on the less-dominant side and switching sides with good form
  • Execute Rebecca Split sequence with good form on both sides and a verbal explanation
  • 3 connected straddles with straight legs
  • Fankick to hip key in the air both sides with reasonably good form
  • 2-minute sequence to demonstrate endurance
Prerequisites
  • Instructor Permission
  • One 6 week session of Split Tissue Brigade Parts 1 & 2
Prerequisites
  • Instructor Permission
  • One session of Intermediate-Split Tissue Brigade Part 1
In this class we will be learning new climbs and a veriety of wheeldowns including split tissue and single leg wheeldowns and beat work to begin putting on wraps.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all silks 4 material
  • Show enough control in a wheel down to hold in each of the four facings and exit cleanly
  • Verbal explanation of Salto and Single Star and be able to sequence the two together
  • Must be able to put on the ending wrap of a Single Star from the ground
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Silks 4 skills
  • Show enough control in a wheel down to be able to hold good form in each of the four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to verbally explain Salto and Single Star and sequence the two together
  • Must be able to put on the ending wrap for a Single Star from the ground
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Intermediate Stars and Dives Vol. 1
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Silks 4 material
  • Show enough control in a wheel-down to be able to hold good form in all four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to connect Salto to Single Star as a sequence and give a verbal explanation of the two as a sequence
  • Must be able to put a Single Star ending wrap on from the ground and be able to re-create on another body
This class is designed to bring awareness to sequencing within the basic skills like star wraps and Salto wraps as well as belays. Students will learn new transitions and work on some of the theory that makes these transitions safe.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Silks 4 skills
  • Show enough control in a wheel down to be able to hold good form in each of the four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to verbally explain Salto and Single Star and sequence the two together
  • Must be able to put on the ending wrap for a Single Star from the ground
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Be at or above Silks level 2
  • Must be willing to take this class in the Spring A session culminating in a showcase performance
Instructor permission Be at or above Silks level 3 Must be willing to take this class in the Spring A session culminating in a showcase performance
Prerequisites

By invitation only

Want to learn the basics of Rope? This class is for you! No prerequisites! Come learn foundational aerial technique and build strength, agility, and coordination in a really fun and exciting way! This takes time, however, so students should expect to take this class several times before being ready to take Rope 1. Come prepared to work hard and have fun in a supportive environment!

Corde Lisse is a long, thick, rope that just begs to be climbed, swung, and played on! In this class you will learn a variety of climbs and wraps while staying close to the ground. We will cover skills such as Crucifix, Leg lock, Footlock to Arabesque, front balance, and more. Time will also be spent working on dynamic moves like beats and bounding. Students are encouraged to wear layers including a tight fitting under layer on thighs and waist and thicker layers on top for their own comfort and protection. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!

Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Minimum 12 weeks Intro level Rope or Silks classes
  • Must be able to classic climb to the top, and inchworm down with good form.
  • Must be able to invert without help and hold 3 seconds. Perfect form not necessary.
  • Must have a 10 second bent arm hollow hang.
In Rope 2 we will learn Double ankle hang, Catchers sequence, Fankick to hip key, Same side stand up and much more. We will also begin to work on more dynamic tricks such as beat to front balance.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Minimum of 18 weeks of Rope 1 or private lessons
  • Must be able to Invert in a straddle from the air with decent form
  • Must have solid same side hook transition to crucifix on both sides
  • Solid footlock and front balance sequences from rope 1
  • Mastery of most if not all level 1 skills

In this class we will be working on skills like Wheel downs, Two Knee Hangs, Same Side Stand Up, Bug climb, Straddle climb from an opp. side hook and from Center hook, and S wrap dive just o name a few!

Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • minimum of 12 weeks of Rope 2
  • 3 connected straddles with straight legs
  • same side hook transition into crucifix on both sides
  • fankick into hipkey on both sides with good form
  • solid Catchers hang sequence on both sides
In Rope 3 students will dive into momentum and swinging work including scissor beats, as well as skills like s-wraps, S-wrap Dives, wheel downs, One Legged Back Dive AkA Nivek, and cartwheel AKA bullwhip. Students will also be guided in the process of gaining a better understanding and recognition of the wraps they are in and what makes them safe. As always, come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Minimum of 18 weeks of Rope 2 or private lessons AND instructor permission
  • Must be able to complete Same Side Stand Up and give verbal explanation from beginning to end
  • Must have smooth beat into front balance
  • Mastery of most if not all Rope 2 material
In this class, students will continue to be challenged and inspired by the incredible adventure that is Aerial rope. Students must have permission of the instructor to participate in this class and can expect to work on creative sequences to build flow and endurance as well as skills like Jukka Bubble, trout, beat sequences and more! As always, come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • minimum of 18 weeks of Rope 3 or private lessons
  • same side hook to back balance or crucifix with control on both sides
  • Must be able to Sequence Same Side Stand Up into Bullwhip and give clear verbal explanation of sequence from beginning to end
  • Must be able to complete Know your Wraps Sequence with reasonable form (not sitting up, minimal pole touching) on both sides
  • Mastery of most if not all Rope 3 material
We will be exploring transitions and learning new things together on the rope! Come prepared to be challenged by the rope in your brain and body!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Minimum of 18 weeks of Rope 2
  • Solid transition from 2 knee hang into crucifix on both sides
  • Solid bottle opener sequence and Salto on both sides
  • Must be able to wheel down with frog legs
  • Must be able to give clear verbal explanation of Salto single Star and Bottle opener sequence
In this class we will Look skills such as back balance and front balance as well as some old favorites like Spool drop and the Liz Cooper inspired Split drop. We will also look at Sequences like the Lajanna Sequence inspired by Niff Nickoles as well as momentum moves like the Hipkey rollup! Come ready to Swing, Twist and have Fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Rope 4 material
  • Show enough control in a wheel-down to be able to hold good form in all four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to connect Salto to Single Star as a sequence and give a verbal explanation of the two as a sequence
  • Must be able to put a Single Star ending wrap on from the ground and be able to re-create on another body
In this class we will be exploring Salto variations like the Ginger salto and the Terry Crane entrance into Salto. we will continue to work Rolls like the hipkey roll up and one arm preps and hangs. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Intermediate Rope: Sequences and Drops Pt. 1
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Rope 4 material
  • Show enough control in a wheel-down to be able to hold good form in all four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to connect Salto to Single Star as a sequence and give a verbal explanation of the two as a sequence
  • Must be able to put a Single Star ending wrap on from the ground and be able to re-create on another body
The Aerial Hoop, sometimes called Lyra, is a large metal hoop that is hung on a swivel and suspended from either one or two hang points. In this class students will build strength and get comfortable moving on, underneath, and above the hoop. Students will also have the opportunity to learn the basics of swinging, spinning, and orbiting. This beautiful apparatus will challenge and delight students as they learn to move confidently through space with the hoop as their partner. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
In Hoop 1 student will add to skills they learned in Intro. Students can expect to learn new skills, mounts, dismounts, and transitions while getting stronger and also having the option to incorporate spinning in more ways. Students will also be encouraged to experiment and explore on the Hoop. Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Must have taken minimum 12 weeks of Intro to Hoop
  • Must have safe Bent arm Straddle mount with chest through at top
  • Must have safe, stable, hands free Man on the Moon
  • Must have safe baby knee beats with good form
  • Must be able to safely and cleanly get to sit in Hoop without help
  • Must be able to hold 5 second bent arm tuck hang
  • Must demonstrate consistent leg engagement throughout
  • Must be able to demonstrate spin control
  • Mastery of most if not all Intro to Hoop skills
In Hoop 2, students will work on more challenging concepts and techniques while learning new skills and sequences. This class is for students with instructor permission who have mastered most or all of the skills taught in Hoop 1. Check out the prerequisites and talk to your instructor to see if this class is right for you! Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Pull up on side of Hoop, hold 5 seconds, and then finish with side hook mount
  • Bent arm tuck inversion on top of hoop unassisted with pull to sit
  • Beat to sit without help
  • Side hook mount to sit while rotating
  • Mastery of most if not all Hoop 1 skills
In hoop 3 students will begin working on more challenging concepts and techniques and applying them to new moves and sequences. Students can expect to learn some skills that require a little more strength and precision as well as help building stamina and creativity. Instructor permission required. Check out the prerequisites and talk to your instructor to see if this class is right for you! Come prepared to work hard and have fun!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Solid hands free walking man
  • Comfortably demo 3 different shapes on top of hoop from level 2 with 1 version being hands free
  • Must be able to demo 2 ways into and out of straddle back balance with good form
  • Pullover with no jump and roll to sit
  • Mastery of most if not all level 2 skills
In this class we will be working on material from level 3 and 4 including skills above the bar and in the span set. Come ready to beat, swing and move through the Hoop as we play our way into graceful movement.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission

  • Extend half way into shoulder extension and return with good form (above bar).
  • Roll up and down from hip hang with bar touches with control.
  • Inside knee hook on span set, slide to cradle both sides.
  • 3 connected tuck inversions on top of hoop.
  • 1 Knee hang with Rounde jambe both sides.
  • Single hip hang, transition to other single hip hang both ways.
  • Sit, roll to hips 1 handed both directions.
  • Mastery of most if not all Hoop 3 skills

Do you want to play on and inside the aerial slings? Do you want to get strong and build grace and confidence while doing something fun and unique? Then this class is for you! Intro to slings is designed to help you build the necessary strength, technique, and body control to eventually take Slings 1. Students will learn and train inversions, pullovers, Gazelle, Star, and much more! This class is great for beginners. No prerequisites. However, aerial work is challenging and students should expect to repeat this class several times before being ready to take Slings 1. Come prepared to work hard, have fun, and enjoy the journey!
Come play in the air while supported by aerial sling! The aerial sling is a beautiful form of suspended movement made of fabric hung in a loop or "hammock" attached at the same hang point. In this class, students will be guided through some basic aerial skills on the sling as well as ways to use the sling for stretching and strengthening exercises. Come prepared to have fun and try something new!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor Permission.
  • Must have taken a minimum of 6 weeks of Intro level aerial class
  • Mastery of most is not all Intro to Slings skills
  • Must be able to get to a straddle and hold 5 seconds at top (perfect form not necessary. No pull up at end required.)
  • Must be able to do a pullover (perfect form not necessary)
In this class you will be building on the skills learned in aerial slings 1 and together we will explore more sling options such as inversions, drops, spins and more complex wraps. Students can expect to spend more time off the ground with an emphasis on strength building as well as stretching for increased range of motion. Students will also be encouraged to play with the creative ways to move within the sling.
Prerequisites
  • Straddle up from the ground with good form including full pull up at end
  • Clean pullover onto sling.
  • Full leg lock sequence on both sides
  • 5 second bent arm hang between the fabrics.
  • Instructor permission.
  • MantaRay sequence both sides
  • Mastery of most is not all level 1 skills
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission.
  • Mastery of most if not all level 2 skills.
  • Straddle up from ground with straight legs and good form.
  • Straddle up from the air with good form.
  • Superman drop and full gator sequence both sides.
  • Marionette rolls forward and backward with control.
  • Gator flow with control both sides.
In this class we will be exploring wraps, building creativity, musicality and working on variations.
Prerequisites
  • Must have taken slings 2 and have instructor permission.
  • Must be comfortable with leg lock variations, flying angel variations, 4 sequence and gator roll.
Fight off the boredom of routine with us in this unique and upbeat class! By supporting and manipulating your own body on our Trapeze Bars, Ropes, and Fabrics, you will find that fitness can be new and fun again! Burn calories, gain flexibility, build muscle, and develop increased stamina in a creative and supportive environment. Students should be prepared to work hard, have fun, get stronger, and make friends while doing it!
Take your straddle inversions to the next level in this exciting inversion focused, action packed, conditioning class! Whether you are struggling to get your straddle from the ground, from the air, or just wanting a fabulous workout to improve your already strong straddle, this class is for you! This class is especially helpful for students in Silks Intro, Silks 1, Intro to Hoop, Hoop 1, Intro to Trapeze, and Trapeze 1 who are working towards the next level. This class is also open for drop ins and as makeups for students who have already taken a 6 week intro class or have been approved by their instructor.
Prerequisites
  • Must have taken at least 6 weeks of Silks intro and strength building, Aerial Fitness, Sings Intro, or another beginner level class OR have instructor permission.
This is a more advanced version of our ever popular Aerial Fitness class. In this class you can expect to get an intense workout for your upper body, abs, and lower body using the aerial silks, trapeze, and rope. Come prepared for a fun and engaging workout!
Prerequisites
  • Must be level 2 or higher in at least 1 apparatus.
Open Aerial

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Monday 9:00-10:30 pm Regular Open Aerial Jim Pearson
Tuesday 4:00-6:00 pm Regular Open Aerial Amy Schumaker
Thursday 4:30-6:00 pm Regular Open Aerial Amy Schumaker
Saturday 1:00-2:30 pm Regular Open Aerial Jim Pearson
Saturday 4:00-5:30 pm Regular Open Aerial Tena Berry
Sunday 3:00-4:30 pm Regular Open Aerial Emily Soderberg
This class will consist of longer sequences on both the Fabric and the Rope. We will also focus on momentum to create a more effortless feel and quality of movement within tricks. Come ready to build both vocabulary of tricks and stamina in sequences.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Mastery of most if not all Rope 4 material
  • Show enough control in a wheel-down to be able to hold good form in all four facing orientations and exit cleanly
  • Must be able to connect Salto to Single Star as a sequence and give a verbal explanation of the two as a sequence
  • Must be able to put a Single Star ending wrap on from the ground and be able to re-create on another body
Learn ways to climb underneath on and above a partner on silks and rope. We will explore multiple ways to mount and find poses and clever positions as well as wraps to safely base weight from.
Prerequisites
  • Must have taken at least two sessions of silks 4
  • Must have learned the basics of a wheel down
  • Must have learned two ways into belay
We will be working on level 1 and 2 silks material as well as exploring the slings and how the two apparatuses complement and vary from each other.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Level 2 silks or slings
  • must be able to invert comfortably and repeatedly
In this class we will be exploring and learning longer choreography on fabric and rope. You will come away with two sequences long enough to use as a complete act. Both sequences will keep your body and brain in good good shape!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • Level 4 fabric and level 2 rope
Aerial fabrics are a beautiful aerial apparatus that consists of two pieces of strong fabric that are hung together on a swivel and used to make beautiful shapes and poses. Corde Lisse is a long, thick, rope that just begs to be climbed, swung, and played on! This class is a fun, beginner friendly introduction to Aerial fabric or "Silks" and Corde Lisse or "Rope." There are no prerequisites to take this class and it is designed to help you build strength and technique and learn how they differ on these two apparatus. Come prepared to work hard and have fun trying something new!
This class will explore strength building and introductory tricks on the Trapeze and Silks.
This class will be choreographed by instructors utilizing the skills that students have to build a showcase performance piece for April 5-8 showcase. Students will need to attend all class sessions in Winter session and Spring A and be prepared to perform in costume at dress rehearsal and the nights of April 4-8
Prerequisites
  • Level 2 or higher.
Did you know that a hipkey is the same as a Russia climb but on another part of your body? Do you know how to put on a leglock without inverting? Delve into to the intricacies of what's actually happening with those wraps your body knows how to make but your mind doesn't...yet!
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • at least level 4 Silks or level 2 Rope
  • working on clean scissored hipkey and leglock
Is your child part monkey? Do they love being upside down? Then this class is perfect for them! Kids will develop body awareness, focus, and perseverance in this fun and non-competitive class. Students will be taught trapeze, rope, silks, and much much more! This class can accommodate ages 5-8 Sign your little monkey up today!
This class is designed to give kids ages 9-12 an aerial experience in a fun and supportive environment that the circus community loves to provide! Learn the basics of climbing, foot knots and conditioning. This class introduces Tween bodies and minds to the building blocks of shapes and strength they will need to progress in aerial arts.
Prerequisites
  • No prerequisites
Building on skills the student learned in Tweens intro this class will use multiple apparatuses to explore aerial arts. Come ready to learn tricks and transitions with a focus on form. As always we will condition throughout class to build endurance and mental toughness.
Prerequisites
  • Instructor permission
  • 3 sessions of intro classes
  • classic climb half way up and inchworm down with good form
  • must be able to invert in a straddle NO KNOT and without help, fabrics together and apart. Perfect form is not necessary
  • hold a 10 second bent arm hang in hollow body