Learn to ‘read sling’ in this 2-hour workshop for aerial teachers and students alike.
For anyone fascinated by sling acrobatics who would like to have a better grasp of sling theory and technique. In this workshop you will sharpen your understanding of skills, fabric crossings and underlying aerial theory as we explore this popular, relatively new and rapidly evolving fitness and art form.
- Identify the key elements that differentiate aerial yoga from sling acrobatics from warm-up to cool down.
- Establish a common vocabulary to describe various actions and base positions used in sling acrobatics.
- Learn two base wraps of sling.
- Time on the sling to explore concepts, positions, wraps, pathways.
- Opportunities for creativity/artistry exploration.
While some skills will be taught, this workshop is primarily concept and theory based. We will transfer knowledge learned into action on the sling. Building the capacity to ‘read’ sling will advance your aerial practice immensely. Seven spaces are available for participants to have a dedicated fabric for the duration of the workshop (masked, physically distanced yet socially connected in our 1100 square foot studio). For more information email email@example.com
Pre-Requisite: Open to all levels of experience. Previous experience with aerial yoga or aerial silks/sling/hammock is encouraged but not required.
Instructor: Jayne Dean
Location: The 224 EcoSpace
Date: Sunday, Mar. 14
Time: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Spaces remaining for booking: 0
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