Aerial Fabric (also called aerial tissue, tissu, aerial silks, etc) is a specialty fabric students use to climb, wrap, twist, bend, and drop in a variety of positions and movements. Fabrics can spin, swing, or remain static depending on how the student manipulates the silks.
This class is for the absolute beginner. Students will learn basic silks conditioning, how to climb and descend the silks safely, single foot locks with beginner poses. Students will also explore some aerial hammock drops and poses as well.
This class will expand on technique, poses, and conditioning from the previous level. Emphasis will be given to ideal form, double foot locks, crossbacks, and hip keys. Basic choreography will also be taught to help students lean how to start linking different moves together.
Prerequisite: Aerial Fabric Level 1 and approval of instructor.
This class will expand on techniques learned in Level 2. Students will work on perfecting basic drops, inversions, and S-Wraps. Students at this level should be able to climb and descend with ease, and focus will be given to intermediate conditioning for fluidity in movement.
Prerequisite: Aerial Fabric Level 2 and approval of instructor.