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AERIAL SILKS

with Taryn ScottHillary Flesher
May + June Session

Max capacity: 8 people/class   |  Age: check registration form   Room: Hall

What to Wear:

Please wear leggings with no zippers and a top that can be tucked in. It is also advised to bring a long-sleeved shirt.

* All jewelry must be removed before you begin for your protection and the protection of the silks.

* Socks can be worn during the warm-up, but they will need to be removed in order to work on the equipment.

Rates: 

-$184.00 for a session of 7 weeks ($25 per class + GST)

Pay by e-transfer to kimanncraig@gmail.com 

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Kid's Beginning Aerial Silks ages 7-11  (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Saturdays: 10:00-11:00 am

March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (No class on March 30th)
April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

This class, designed for kids aged 7-11 with little to no aerial silks experience, is a perfect blend of fundamentals and fun skills. Participants will be introduced to basic hangs, knots, and an array of captivating skills and poses. Over the session, children will develop increased core and upper body strength while building a solid foundation in aerial technique. The mix of fundamentals and fun skills ensures an engaging and comprehensive approach to learning, making it the fastest and safest way for kids to discover and master new skills.

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Kid's Beginning Aerial Silks ages 11-14  (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Saturdays: 11:15-12:15 pm

March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (No class on March 30th)

April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

Tailored for older students aged 11-14, this class is perfect for those with little to no aerial silks experience. You will be introduced to basic hangs, knots, climbs, and a variety of skills and poses. Over the course of the session, you will develop increased core and upper body strength and a solid foundation in aerial technique. Mastering the fundamentals is the fastest and safest way to keep learning new skills!

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Kid's Aerial Silk 1 (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Sundays:  11:00 - 12:00 pm *NEW TIME*

March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th (No classes March 31st)

April 7th 14th, 21st, 28th

This class is for kids with some aerial silks experience. You will focus on learning basic “footlock” poses, being able to climb the silks, and more advanced moves in the aerial knot. You will be introduced to aerial silks conditioning to prepare the students for more challenging skills.  The focus on refining techniques and expanding skill sets adds a new layer of excitement to the aerial silks journey.

Prerequisites: You have taken at least 1 session of silks, can do 5 basic positions in an aerial knot. 

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Kid's Aerial Silk 2 (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Sundays:  12:15 - 1:30 pm  * NEW TIME*

March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th (No classes March 31st)

April 7th 14th, 21st, 28th

This class is for kids with aerial silks experience. You will focus on learning a variety of “footlock” poses, being able to climb to the top of the silks, and working up to open fabric wraps. You will be introduced to levels of conditioning to prepare the students for more challenging skills. Emphasis is on the maintenance and improvement of
strength, ensuring that participants keep pace with the evolving skill levels. Using the foundation we created over the last sessions the focus will be on learning to feel confident in skills outside of a knot.

Prerequisites: You have taken pervious sessions of aerial silks, you can do a footlock on both sides, can put together 6 aerial knot moves in a sequence, and can comfortably climb the silk. 

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Kid's Aerial Silk 3 - Sequences & Silhouettes
(8 weeks)

with Taryn Scott

Sundays:  1:45 - 2:45 pm *NEW TIME*

March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th (No classes March 31st)

April 7th 14th, 21st, 28th

Sequences & Silhouettes focuses on advancing open wraps, mastering the subtleties of creating moments of pause within each skill. As we progress, the commitment to conditioning and stretching continues, progressively preparing students for the complexities of more challenging maneuvers. Emphasis is on the maintenance and improvement of strength, ensuring that participants keep pace with the evolving skill levels. Expanding on the skills learned from the previous sessions we will be learning how to combine fundamentals and finding new shapes within our skills.

Prerequisites: Previous aerial silks experience.  You are able to climb the silks and perform footlocks, inversions, hiplocks, and beginner open wraps. You will be working on more advanced open wraps and learning to build sequences.

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Kid's Aerial Silk 3 - Drops! (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Sundays:  3:00-4:00 pm * NEW TIME*

March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th (No classes March 31st)

April 7th 14th, 21st, 28th

Drops focuses on the exploration of advanced open wraps and the art of constructing sequences that seamlessly flow into dynamic aerial movements and different drops. As we progress, the commitment to conditioning and stretching continues, progressively preparing students for the complexities of more challenging maneuvers. Emphasis is on the maintenance and improvement of strength, ensuring that participants keep pace with the evolving skill levels. Expanding on the skills learned from the previous sessions we will be learning how to use our fundamentals to find dynamic movements and connecting entrances and exits.

Prerequisites: Previous aerial silks experience.  You will be working on more advanced open wraps, different types of drops and learning to build sequences that lead to a drop.

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Adult Beginners Aerial Silks (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Saturdays: 12:30-1:30 pm

March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (No class on March 30th)

April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

This class is for complete beginners or people getting back into the air. You will be introduced to basic hangs, knots, climb wraps and a variety of skills and poses. Whether you are looking for a fun way to workout or to further explore the world of circus arts, this class offers something for everyone. The skills we learn will work on your core and upper body strength while introducing the fundamentals to continuing. Each session is designed to blend fun and fitness seamlessly, providing a holistic approach to aerial training.

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Adult Aerial Silks 1 (8 weeks)
with Taryn Scott

Saturdays: 1:45-2:45pm

March 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (No class on March 30th)

April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

Aerial Silks 1 is focused on learning a variety of “footlock” poses, being able to climb to the top of the silks, and working up to simple inversions and hipkeys. You will be introduced to levels of conditioning and stretching to prepare the students for more
challenging skills.  Emphasis is on the maintenance and improvement of strength, ensuring that participants keep pace with the evolving skill levels. Using the foundation we created over the last sessions the focus will be on learning to feel confident in skills outside of a knot.

Prerequisites: You have taken at least 1 session of an aerial silks class and can do 5 basic positions in an aerial knot, footlocks on both sides, and can invert in an aerial knot.

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Adult Aerial Silks 2 (9 weeks)
with Hillary Flesher

Tuesdays: 6:25-7:25 pm

March 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

April 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Aerial Silks 2 focuses on improving inverts in the air, linking skills together in footlocks, basic drops and aerial endurance. Over the course of the session you will develop increased core and upper body strength and a solid foundation in aerial technique. Mastering the fundamentals is the fastest and safest way to keep learning new skills!

 

Prerequisites: Pervious aerial silks experience. Able to invert in the air, can do a hipkey from the ground, knows footlock moves and sequences, can climb the silks.


 

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Adults Advanced Aerial Silks (9 weeks)
with Hillary Flesher

Tuesdays: 7:30-8:30 pm

March 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th

April 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

This class is for advanced aerial silk students. Students should be comfortable climbing, being in the air for several minutes, be able to invert in the air and be comfortable with several different types of drops.  This class will focus on a variety of drops and a wide variety of skills and poses and linking sequences together, as well as plenty of conditioning to make it all easier in the long run! As an advanced class the direction of the class will be partly based on the goals of the students.

Prerequisites: This class is by invitation. If you think this is right level for you, or are travelling through Winnipeg and would like to Drop-in, please send an email to kimanncraig@gmail.com

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