Aerial Days Term Dates
19 April - 14 July 2018
(half term 31 May-2 June)
13 September - 8 December 2018
12 Class Term – £144
(19 April - 14 July 2018)
Single Class £15
First Class £7.50
(Redeem code 1stclass)
530pm – 630pm, 7 - 11 years old
630pm – 730pm, 10 - 16 years old
19 April – 12 July
Trapeze with Clare
Silks with Danny
Hoop with Jo/Ruby
1pm – 2pm, 7 - 16 years old
21 April – 14 July
Trapeze with Fiona
Silks with Clare
Hoop with Sam
Kids classes for 7 - 16 Years old. They are suitable for all levels of ability. The students choose which skill they want to focus on between trapeze, hoop or silks and where there is a space. It is better to stay with one skill for the term, so as to develop skills and understanding of the apparatus. As skills develop, in the later classes, students will learn to create and link moves together. They may learn harder moves, including drops, and how to put together all the small sequences to create their own routines.
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Single Class – £24
1st Class – £12
(Redeem Code 1stclass)
4 Class Carnet – £84
11 Class Carnet – £210
715pm – 845pm
Trapeze Intermediate/ General with Clare
Rope/Silks General/ Beginners with Danny
Straps General Level with with Addis
Flexibility Beginners/ General Level with Jo/ Ruby
145pm – 315pm
Trapeze Beginners/ General with Fiona
Rope/Silks Intermediate with Clare
Straps Intermediate Level with with Addis
Hoop Beginners/ General Level with Sam
Adult classes are suitable for all levels of ability and ages 17 up. Two People are needed to run each class with a maximum of 6 people in each class, 4 people in Straps class.
Single Session – £9
715pm – 845pm
145pm – 345pm
Places for Practice Time will be released on the day as classes have priority for the use of the equipment.
The practice time session is for our students who are competent to work unsupervised. That includes warm up and practicing only moves they have been taught. As it is an unsupervised session we ask you not to practice unknown skills or to teach others. We would like to know that you are suitable to practice alone. We may want you come to a class so we can assess your level before clearing you for practice time. The practice time is space and time to practice when we are running our own classes.
Check with us that there is room for you before coming.
The classes start with the group led warm up, including core and body conditioning. We warm the body, mobilise the joints and get ready for aerial work. Bodyweight conditioning is used at the end of the warm up to strengthen and support the body for aerial work. Repeating the shapes during conditioning, first on the floor as a group and then onto the aerial equipment, will help students become familiar with the shapes needed to be performed in the air.
During the skills part of class, students first learn basic moves using the body shapes they practiced on the floor. In later classes, as skills develop, students will learn how to add more complexity to progress these first moves into more challenging skills. Eventually the students will link some of these skills and moves to create sequences and routines that may be shown to the whole class.
We conclude all classes with a cool down, focusing on flexibility and release.
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