Valentina’s Aerial Chains Workshops

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Beginner Aerial Chains Ever thought about swinging in the air with chains? Well here is your chance with the chain’s Queen herself!! Here you will learn the basic spins, poses, somewhat painless chain wraps, 3-4 split variations, including supported splits for doubles and basing positions, and general rules for experimenting with chains. What to wear! Very importiant! Wear at least more »

Spring Protege Show – Aerial Auditions

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Are you ready to perform?! We are excited to announce our Spring Protege Show audition schedule! Twice a year, Emerald City Trapeze Arts puts together a show featuring the best of the best! Our top Flying Trapeze, Aerial, and Circus students will dazzle you with their epic tricks, flips, and artful choreography!  Aerial Audition Information: The Protégé Show is open to more »

NEW Workshops with Julia Limoges

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Hoop Spins and Mounts (Level 2/3) Saturday 11/30 | 1:00-2:30 This class is for those hoop students who either love to spin or would like to become more comfortable. Mastery of beginner skills and sold intermediate skills recommended. The class will cover different spin techniques and ways to start spins. Spinning is not required to learn hoop mounts. Ginger chews provided. more »

NEW Mixed Intermediate / Advanced Aerial – Level 3/4 With Katie Herndon

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  In love with multiple apparatuses and want to learn more? Build on the vocabulary and skills learned in your level 3 and level 4 classes – all in one place! This class will increase your stamina, strength, and spatial awareness in the air. We will introduce drops, longer sequencing, and smooth transitions on Silks, Rope, Hoop and Static Trapeze! more »

NEW – Juggling Workshop with Jacob Hinga!

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Beginner Juggling Workshop  October 4th 6pm-7pm $30.00 per person In our Beginner Juggling workshop we will be going through some basic juggling patterns. One of which named “3 ball cascade” is the first pattern that will be learned. After that, we’ll work towards learning some 3 ball variations like “the shower”, “mills mess”, and “the box”. If there is time, we’ll more »

New Catching Workshop with Carl Sanman! Starts on August 22, 2019!

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About Catching with Carl Sanman! Created for the flying trapeze student who wants to see what things are like from the other side of the rig, our Catching Class will teach students the fundamentals of catching. You’ll start off with the basics of a catch lock, including static strength and conditioning exercises before going up on the catchers’ trapeze itself. more »

New Catching Workshop with Carl Sanman!

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About Catching with Carl Sanman! Created for the flying trapeze student who wants to see what things are like from the other side of the rig, our Catching Class will teach students the fundamentals of catching. You’ll start off with the basics of a catch lock, including static strength and conditioning exercises before going up on the catchers’ trapeze itself. more »

NEW Just the Swing Workshop with Lisa Jackson! Starts July 9th!

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Get back to the basics as we focus on breaking down the fundamentals of the swing in this workshop. Each class will begin with 30 minutes of stretching and light conditioning exercises to help warm-up the back and shoulders. An hour on the rig will follow, where we will focus on form, and analyzing the dynamic movements to help build more »

NEW Tramp Wall and Trampoline Workshop With Mo!

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Have you ever wanted to better your skills of understanding Tramp Wall or Trampoline? Have you ever been training by yourself, and ended up stuck, or stumped. Stagnant in progress because something just won’t click? Let’s begin to change that. Come check out the trampwall workshop with emphasis on not only practicing trampwall… but understanding each step of every trick. more »