Classes and Training
Code of Conduct
Resuming training after time off, by Caitlin Mader.
What to Expect After Your First Silks Class by Laura Morton
We asked Amanda if she'd share a little bit about her flexibility work. She became interested in contortion 5 years ago and has been dedicat
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We found a killer physical theatre show that features corde lisse (aerial rope) so of course we had to reach out to co-creator Esther de Mon
Kadri Hansen is a fearless and beautiful aerialist from Estonia. She has graciously agreed to be interviewed about her life as an aerial
Throughout the course of my pregnancy I remained active. I ran, I biked, I trained in body weights, and in aerials.
Rock rosin is crystallized tree sap that is used to make things sticky...and most aerialists use it to enhance their grip.
Rope burn sucks – and silks burn can be even worse! Memorize these steps for initial treatment, preventing infection, and minimizing scarrin
A few years ago, I met the tremendously talented Kristi Wade. Kristi is a Lyra (aka Aerial Hoop) artist from Australia. While she's been bus