Introduction to

AERIAL DANCE FOR YOUNG ADULTS

  

No previous aerial experience required, ages 16+

 

SPRING 2017

 

BEGINNERS INTRO WORKSHOP

Saturday, April 1 - May 22

3pm - 4:30pm

$30 pre-pay

$40 day of event

Space is limited to 12 students, 16yrs+

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

or call 919-933-9642 to sign-up.

 

BEGINNERS SERIES

Saturdays, April 8- Mayr 2

8 classes for $160

3pm - 4:15pm

Space is limited to 12 students, 16yrs+

REGISTER ONLINE HERE

or call 919-933-9642 to sign-up

 

This INTRO WORKSHOP will be a lighthearted Saturday afternoon event for adults to

participate in alone, with a friend, or a family member (and also something fun to

cross off your bucket list!). This workshop is specifically for individuals who are

curious about the aerial silks but are not sure if they are physically

ready to sign up for an entire session of classes.

You will get a taste of what Aerial Dance is in an entertaining,

safe and supportive environment. Find out what it takes to handle the silks,

fly in the air (low to the ground, of course, since it's an INTRO class) and build

upper body and core strength. Students will be led thru warm up and

conditioning exercises before having a chance to play with the silks,

and then learn some basic skills and moves. If you love the workshop, you

can sign up for the series!

DISCLAIMER: this class might make your arms sore from conditioning

exercises and your abs and face sore from laughter. There is also a

chance of getting addicted to Aerial Dance.

Please wear a t-shirt and any type of workout or dance clothes

(must cover your belly, back, backs of the knees and arm pits).

Please leave all jewelry at home so sharp gems won't rip

the silks and in-turn, the silks wont tug at your ear lobes!

No shoes please.

Feel free to bring your water bottle and your

cellphone's camera if you want photos!

 

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT OUR AERIAL DANCE CLASSES

   

   

 

INSTRUCTOR

Jill Menard

Jill Menard trained in dance at the University of Arizona in Tucson and the Wellington Performing Arts Centre in New Zealand. She ran her own dance studio and non-profit dance company in New Zealand for 5 years before moving back to the States. Jill began her aerial training at the Asheville Aerial Arts in 2008 and did her teacher training at the New England Center for Circus Arts. Jill now teaches and performs aerial arts in the Triangle Area. In her free time, she writes novels, creates healthy desserts, knits, goes on hikes, and has fun exploring life with her physicist husband.