Last month we had the privilege of having aerialist Brandon Scott visit our studio and teach private workshops for our clients. If you are an aerialist then you must know who I’m talking about
Our lovely Aerial instructor Taylor – @tayrose925 – took some time to teach youtube sensation Markiplier some basic Aerial silks moves.
Warmup Routine For Splits Training Flexibility, some have it others don’t, right? Well, that’s what most people think. We always get clients at the studio who dread having to deal with certain poses because they don’t have the flexibility to hit the pose, or if they are able to hit that pose, it just does […]
In this video, our instructor Ashleigh – @native_aerial – breaks down the basic silk climb into simple movements. She covers how important it is to use your legs and hips as you climb.
Deanna has been practicing Aerial Arts with us for a while now and every day is more committed to improving her life quality. We asked Deanna to share with us some aspects of her aerial journey. We hope you enjoy it.
Our instructor Mando shares his favorite ab exercises for improving core strength. Mando is known for his intense warm-ups, oh, and for his 8 pack
Straight Leg Inverts Alex here with another quick conditioning tip, this time for all Lyra beginners out there. One of the essential moves for hoop practitioners is the straddle invert. This move develops your core, upper-body strength and it feels great on your back.
One of the biggest concerns new students have is their belief that they don’t have, and will never have the upper-body strength to be able to practice aerial arts. Especially for us women, upper-body strength seems to be one of our biggest struggles.