Mar 26 – June 4 = 10 weeks. No class on Easter, April
Sundays 9:30-10:30 am.
Monday, May 29th will be Dress Rehearsal at the drop-in class. Performance will be on Sunday, June 4th, late afternoon / evening.
In this 10 week series, experienced keiki aerialists will learn choreography and routine progression. We will introduce more advanced skills using hammock and straight silks. Sequencing and move progression in preparation for the June Bloom Performance on Sunday, June 4th, late afternoon / evening.
Drop-ins not permitted, and series payment applies to this series only, not rolled forward.
Also: Kids Aerial Performance Rehearsal Drop-in Class
Mondays – 4 – 5 pm
This drop-in aerial class is for students enrolled in an aerial series to practice for their performances. No beginner students, please.
with Ki Mary Wagar
Apr 2 – 30, 2014 – 5 class series/ drop-in OK
Since Still & Moving is not otherwise open during this class time, parents are asked to drop the children off with the teacher 3:25 – 3:30pm and return to pick them up when the Center re-opens at 4:30 pm.Sign Up Now!
This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 7 – 12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.
Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.
Ki Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.