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Aerial Kids and Aerial Teen/Tween classes run in an 8 week session. These classes are a unique chance for kids to learn important skills like concentration, coordination, teamwork, and confidence in a fun environment. Kids and teens will learn a variety of circus skills including aerial silks, trapeze, tumbling, balancing, and more. Circus is empowering, fun, non-judgmental, and non-competitive. Classes run in an 8-week session, with a mini-photo-op at the end of each 8 week session. Upcoming sessions start Monday 2/27/17 and Wednesday 3/1/17. Pre-registration is required.Read more →
Aerial Sling Teacher Training, Fall 2017 We love teaching because we get to share our passion with others, we get to nerd out on progressions, and we get to spend our days with awesome people who inspire us to be our best. Teaching aerial is an incredibly rewarding experience, but that’s not to say it doesn’t have its own challenges as well. This is the first year we are opening up our Aerial Fit teacher training program to aerialists from outside our own studio. We waited this long because we firmly believe that becoming a great teacher takes time, practice, patience, and mentorship, and we were reluctant to offer a course in teacher training. After much reflection, we decided that if we design the course correctly, it can help new and experienced aerial instructors to be more effective, and can be a great starting point on the journey to becoming a great instructor. We’re excited to offer this course to aerialists ready to take that step in their journey! Our course involves 4 full days, in which you’ll learn a lot about teaching methodology, creating progressions, teaching to different types of learners and different body types, and of course, plenty […]Read more →
We’re celebrating our students and staff with a holiday party. Join us! Join us for a holiday party to celebrate community and friends. It will be a casual gathering of our current students and staff, and we’ll be collecting items to donate to My Sister’s House, a non-profit organization founded in 1980 that provides services, programs, and resources to empower domestic violence victims and their children to live free from abuse. Click here to see My Sister’s House’s Holiday Wish List. Please rsvp to email@example.com to let us know you are coming.Read more →