Aerial Dance combines strength & elegance, bringing more grace & creativity to your aerial practice.

New to aerial DANCE?

 

In Aerial Dance students learn to use aerial fabric to create elegant shapes and beautiful inversions from yoga-inspired poses to choreographed dance sequencing. 

 

Each class starts with a warm-up emphasizing strength, flexibility & alignment, and will continue by introducing elements of progressive choreography with the hammock.

 

Appropriate for students looking to increase strength by working in & out of the fabric, for dancers looking to incorporate new skills into their repertoire, and seasoned aerialists wishing to add more grace into their craft. 

 

Try something new!

 


level 1

Level 1 classes are perfect for beginners and anyone who wants to move a little slower — and a little closer to the ground. No dance experience is required, but you need to take at least two Aerial Yoga classes, first.

 

Pre-Requisites: 

At least 2 prior Aerial Yoga or Cirque classes required to attend Aerial Dance 1.

 

Level 2

Level 2 students should feel comfortable with basic dance choreography and are now ready to build advanced strength while exploring more challenging movements both in + out of the hammock.

 

Pre-Requisites:

•  At least 5+ Aerial Yoga classes

    (recently).
•  Practice aerial acrobatics and have   

   experience with hammock / cloud swing

 

Level 3

Students in Level 3 feel very confident dancing on the ground and in the sky and are now ready to add lengthy aerial flows with complicated drops, flips and winds. These classes also expand your ground-based dance repertoire and experiment with different styles of dance.

 

Pre-Requisites:

•  At least 7 Aerial Yoga 2

    or Aerial Dance classes (recently).
•  Complete an unassisted in-air inversion

    and at least 5 consecutive pull-ups. 

 

Aerial Dance 3 is not currently offered.


*Instructor permission is needed to waive these requirements.

meet the teachers

Brenna Bradbury
Brenna Bradbury
Kristin Corayer
Kristin Corayer