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Your knowledge and understanding of the body is very inspiring. . .my journey in this chosen field will flourish as a result of the techniques you taught. S. Mcdonagh, Ireland
Serenity and her Elsie are pioneers in the teaching of aerial arts, and are consummate artists and coaches. L. Witwer, New York City
The course exceeded my expectations – fantastic. I feel inspired and have gained a lot of knowledge for continued development beyond the course. S. Baltusyte, Great Britain
The tutors experience is vast and I’ve learnt so much that I now want to do the next level of the teacher training. K. Middler, England
Brilliant course - I learned so much and am still thriving on everything I got to take away from it. Richly educational, fabulous teaching, greatly relevant material, and incredibly welcoming and encouraging. Anja Meinhardt, Justice in Motion, England
You have opened my eyes to the many considerations that running (or even just supporting) aerial classes involves . . .it is abundantly clear that the quality and content of your courses is second to none. Natasha Mille, Scotland
USA (Vermont): February 20-21, Lyra Teacher Training Foundation Level
This workshop will guide you though the curriculum created by Nimble Arts™ to provide clear and effective progressions and spotting techniques for beginner & improving lyra/hoop students. We'll focus on body mechanics, conditioning & stretching techniques while creating a foundation of body awareness and safety. Participants will learn new 'tricks' while gaining deeper ability to read how the body moves and the how and why of what makes skills work. We'll explore adaptations for strength and movement capacity to bring success to your student's experience as well as tools for creativity.
Prerequisite: Intro to Teaching Aerials
Register at NECCA at www.necenterforcircusarts.org
USA (Vermont): June 8-12, 2020 Introduction to Teaching Aerials
This is a 5 day overview to the art of teaching trapeze and aerial fabric, with a focus on spotting techniques, injury prevention, psychology of teaching, basic rigging concepts and class management. This in depth and holistic approach to teaching is appropriate for new teachers and those with experience, and for those who work with youth or adults in a variety of educational environments including circus schools, gymnastics programs, summer camps, fitness studios and more.
Register at The Bird's Nest at www.necenterforcircusarts.org