How do you cultivate a community spirit in aerial yoga classes? Check out our easy but effective tips and techniques that will help you gain the trust of your students, build their self-confidence and most importantly, form lasting friendships in your classes.
Aerial arts are a relatively new art form, but its skills and knowledge are passed just like all the performing arts: from person to person over time. This blog focuses on what you can expect in the process of finding someone with the right expertise and skill set to help you grow as an aerialist.
Life is full of ironies. In the midst of the global pandemic, many of us may somehow be finding ourselves even busier than we were before. This blog highlights the importance of taking a break to be your best self and your very best aerialist.
As aerial yogis and aerial artists, we all want to do our very best in performing our craft. How exactly do we set these personal standards and what do they look like? This blog delves into a few ideas for setting a gold standard for your aerial practice.
Many people may assume that only the “ablest” of bodies and minds could participate in the aerial world, let alone succeed in it. Clearly, this idea depends on how you define ability. We all have varied talents and challenges, but these are just a matter of perception. We learned that with the right attitude, the impossible becomes possible, regardless of physical and/or mental ability.
It’s said that aerial arts tend to attract the independent type. The idea of personal autonomy is emphasized in our unique world, cultivated over centuries to arrive at the present moment. But the ability to work as a team is also highly valued, particularly when it comes to performative work.
Are crash pads or mats always required? The thicker the mat, the safer it is, right? Maybe, maybe not. The answer may be less clear than one might expect. We examine common schools of thought regarding mats to help you choose the right option for your needs.
For many aerialists and aerial yogis, an outdoor setup is ideal for the practice. It’s true that a portable rig makes aerial arts accessible in virtually any location. It can open doors to opportunities and offer rigging solutions to that familiar dilemma: where to find space to work.
What better way to celebrate these values than to fly free out in the open air?
Whether times are good or extremely challenging, many of us need a community to embrace -- even if our only way to connect has been virtual for much of 2020. Now that some aerial studios are allowed to start to open up again, many aerialists and aerial yogis will be breathing a sigh of relief as they anticipate getting back to the practice.
The thrill and the allure of flying is nothing less than magical. Now is the perfect time to start conditioning if you have aspirations of performing in the future, or aspirations of reaching the best shape of your life. These tips will bring you the push you need to improve your practice.
The Lyra (also called the aerial hoop) is one of the most beautiful and alluring of the aerial arts. To preserve the beauty of the hoop, it should be properly taken care of. There are several ways of maintaining the quality of the product which we will discuss on this blog.
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