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*Please note that our classes are for ages 15 and up unless otherwise specified.
We require a minimum of three students to run a class. If the class does not meet this requirement, it will be canceled. Notifications will be sent out four hours before class time and sent via email or text message. If your class gets canceled, you will be rescheduled for the next one or you can choose to receive a class credit. If you have a class pack, the credit will return to your class pack.
New to circus arts? This is the class for you!
In this beginner level intro class, we will focus on the basics: getting strong, learning the lingo, and trying out the various apparatuses. This is a great introduction to the world of aerial performance by teaching you how to apply the new dimension of vertical space. This is a great introduction to the world of aerial performance by teaching you how to apply the new dimension of vertical space. Let’s play with the X, Y, and Z axes!
Come try the aerial silks! In this beginner class, you’ll learn foundational skills to build strength and confidence on silks. No experience necessary!
Come try the aerial silks and sling! In this beginner class, you’ll learn foundational skills to build strength and confidence on both silks and sling. No experience necessary!
Come try the lyra and dance trapeze! In this beginner class, you’ll learn foundational skills to build strength and confidence on both lyra and trapeze. No experience necessary!
This class is designed for people who are interested in handstanding but don’t know where to begin. In this weekly class, we will focus on drills to strengthen our core, shoulders, and stabilizer muscles needed for finding that perfect handstand line. These drills will be interspersed with breaks for stretching and technique discussions.
Have you dabbled with fabric? Do you feel comfortable with basics like tying single and double foot knots and inverting from the ground? Well, this is the perfect class for you! We will focus on learning new poses and sequencing tricks together to create short 2-3 minute phrases. Increasing time spent airborne will improve your endurance!
***This class is NOT for total beginners***
This class will focus on sequences and polishing them up with performance readiness in mind for form, technique, flow, and presentation. Students would, as a group, come up with a beginning and end for the sequence as we then put it to music. The sequence would change every other week. This class is a fun, creative drop in class for int/adv aerial silks folks.
This class will focus on vertical theory with emphasis in refining technique, split fabric sequencing, and conditioning for higher level skills. Students should already have the prior experience on rope or fabric and feel comfortable executing longer sequences in the air.
Learn new wraps, moves, tricks, and all things sling! In this class, there will be time to practice and refine foundational movements to build strength and endurance to create sequences. Sling Sequences is great for those with aerial experience.
Each week the class structure is similar – we work all the beats – hollow, pike, flares, dynamic rolls and drops and building technique for those skills. We will also work spinning technique in this practice class.
Learn new wraps, moves, tricks, and all things sling! In this class, there will be time to practice and refine foundational movements to build strength and endurance. Mixed Level Sling is great for those with aerial experience.
Aerial yoga incorporates the asanas (postures) of yoga while using the aerial sling. This class is suited for the regularly practicing aerialist or acrobat as a rejuvenating, gentle conditioning practice. It is also suited for a beginner aerialist looking for a light approach to aerial or for anyone interested in a yoga practice. This is not a tricks-based class. An introduction to inversions in the sling or on another aerial apparatus is helpful, but not required.
A class for all levels that focuses on building strength in basic techniques as well as building and learning sequences.
This class will focus on vertical theory with emphasis on refining technique and practicing dynamic transitions/beats all while building stamina through practicing sequences. Students should already have the prior experience on rope or fabric and feel comfortable executing longer sequences in the air.
All levels – Is there a better way to start the day than on a Lyra? Bring your morning coffee or tea and learning some fun skills before starting your day.
Intermediate/Advance – Learn to use and enjoy the spanset on a Lyra! This class will focus on developing spanset skills through conditioning, building comfort with vertical movements, and learning new skills or sequences. Students should be comfortable sitting on top of the Lyra and be able to invert easily. Vertical apparatus experience recommended but not necessary.
Intermediate/Advance – Make shapes and link them into intricate patterns! This class will focus on how to transition in intentional ways. What’s the best hand position for moving from point ‘a’ to ‘b’? How many regrips are necessary? What’s the best direction to spin? What’s the most efficient pathway that is both simple and elegant? Explore these concepts and work with your coach to create unique pathways that work for your body. Intermediate Level – must be comfortable fully inverting off the ground without a spot.
Students will increase their knowledge of lyra skills, tricks, and transitions. We will be incorporating ground and on-apparatus conditioning drills to build strength and body awareness. This is not a class for beginners. Students should already have the prior experience on lyra and feel comfortable executing longer sequences in the air.
In this class students will progress their vocabulary of skills by exploring transitions on a single point trapeze bar. Students should have prior aerial experience on any apparatus.
Each week the class structure is similar – we work all the beats – hollow, pike flares, dynamic rolls and drops and building technique for those skills. We will also work spinning technique in this practice class.
In this class, you’ll build and refine foundational movements including inverts, meathooks and flags. We’ll work to build strength to do moves like back lever, front lever and nutcracker lift. Time permitting, we’ll work on spins, flares, and beats. No experience required!
Duo aerial is one of the most fun and challenging things we do in aerial arts. Join Lynn and Kristen and learn unique partnering moves on a variety of apparatus. Each month we will focus on different apparatus. Come with a partner or work with others in the class. *Should have some aerial experience.
In handstands class, we will focus on learning the correct form for a straight handstand as well as gain strength and flexibility needed for more advanced training. The progressions and drills are for beginners through advanced students. We will talk about proper alignment, hand placement, and body/mind connection while upside down. We will also explore various leg positions in handstands and periodically work in headstands.
In Handstand Shapes, continue on the long road to greatness with leg shape explorations, press work, and side bends. The progressions and drills are for folks who have been working on their handstands and can hold a freestanding handstand for 10 seconds in any leg shape. We will talk about proper alignment, hand placement, and body/mind connection while upside down.
This all levels class combines floor acrobatic movements (basic tumbling, acrobatic dance, handstands, etc) and partner acrobatics (dance lifts, body balancing) so students can begin putting together sequences.
A full body workout designed to increase active flexibility, strengthen and stabilize your core and increase mind body connection to keep you safe and aware in the air. This class will be ground based with occasional use of apparatus for drills. No aerial experience is necessary for this class, it is open to all levels, beginner or advanced. Modifications are provided for every drill, whether it be to make it more accessible, or increase intensity.
This is a club opportunity for black and brown youth, ages 10-20, who are interested in exploring the world of circus arts with a wellness and career concentration. For club days, we will work on skills, learn theory, play with foundations in various areas of circus arts, and there will also be peer-to-peer mentorships, and future performance and volunteer opportunities. We will talk about health, community, self-care, self-advocacy, exploration, creativity, and of course circus arts.
Join open gym times to practice material you learned in class.
This skillshare is for folks who are comfy training partner acrobatics without instruction. Folks who practice acroyoga, cheer, hand to hand or other styles of partner acro are welcome. Come utilize our belt to help with those scarier moves!
Training Handstands can be such a solitary endeavor, so come join Lynn in the studio to hang out and train handstands. It’s not a class, but a time to practice with other folks who love to be upside down on their hands. There just might be games… All levels welcome.
Learn more about our membership! Get access to the studio for more training time. Memberships include all open gyms, acro jams, handstand happy hours, as well as specific member training time.