We're sorry, but this class is over. The last meeting was Monday, December 5, 2016.
Learn to climb, hip-key, foot lock, and perform fun aerial tricks! Plan to stretch, strengthen, and have a great work-out! Appropriate for students new or experienced in Aerial.
Dress Code for Aerial and Circus Dance (silks, Lyra, Trapeze, etc.) All Dancers in aerial must comply with the dress code. This is prevent injury such a burns, and to keep dancers safe and secure. Dancers will often be upside down, and must dress accordingly. Ladies must wear a sports bra or leotard with a secure shelf bra. Leggings or tight fitting pants that cover the leg to the ankle. No bare legs or stomachs. Dance tights with shorts is okay. Tank tops are fine, but must be able to be tucked in securely. Keep a long sleeve shirt in your bag to wear for ticks that involve the silk being wrapped over arms. Hair must be pulled up and out of the face. Bring an extra hair tie to pull hair into a bun as needed. Pack a Water bottle! See our information on dress code, policies, etc. for more information.
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